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Foods That Are Making You Tired

While this one seems counter-intuitive, Caffeine-rich drinks like coffee and tea might be causing your tiredness. “They give you a quick burst of alertness for maybe an hour or an hour and a half but eventually you to crash and burn when the caffeine wears off,” she says. “I tend to tell my clients to stick to 200 to 300 milligrams [of caffeine] per day, but drink it in small doses over a longer period of time—maybe until noon. It’ll keep you going until around 2 p.m. so you’re not wired by the time you get home at night. The best morning energy fix is breakfast, not just java. It’s the meal that lets you literally “break the fast” you experience at nighttime, and thus it helps power you up for the day. She suggests trying to pack in nutrients with a mix of whole grains with fiber, lean protein, and some fruit. 

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