That’s why self-monitoring is key, but so is knowing what you can eat to lower those levels and keep them in check.

Keep your eating habits consistent

Skipping meals, especially breakfast, could lead to higher sugar levels. When you don't eat for several hours because of sleep or other reasons, your body fuels itself on glucose released from it. Skipping meals also may lead to overeating, which can cause weight gain.

Exercise to boost energy and improve sleep

It's not a good idea to skip on sleep to get more exercise or to trade in exercise to get more sleep.Sneak in at least a few minutes of daily exercise by walking on your lunch break and taking the stairs instead of the elevator.

Get More Sleep

Inadequate and poor sleep makes the body less effective. Aim to get at least seven to nine hours every night. A chronic lack of sleep can lead you to make poor food choices and cause you to have imbalanced energy levels.

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