For some people, getting up in the morning can be tough. If you've had a long, late night, you may end up crashing somewhere after lunch. This is a fairly common among many Americans and a lot of research has gone into studying the ways we get and maintain energy throughout the day.
For the most part, every person falls into four sleep patterns or chronotypes. The dolphin, the bear, the lion and the wolf. Each has its own set of personality traits, and energy cycles throughout the day. By paying more attention to these cycles and how they relate to you, you'll find that you can actually be more productive and feel more energized at specific times.
Apart from these chronotypes, GetVoIP has outlined several other natural ways to boost energy at work. The most important is starting the day off correctly. If you are a coffee drinker, wait a couple hours before having your first cup of coffee—otherwise you may end up hurting your circadian rhythm and getting out of sync. Other morning tips include drinking lemonade, which can boost metabolism, eating a protein-rich breakfast, and science has even shown that a cold shower boosts dopamine levels, which can boost energy.