QmxvZy0xNjU3It seems a mom’s work is never done. Cook breakfast. Pack lunch. Take kids to school. Go to work. Run errands. Pick kids up from school. Take kids to after-school activity. Clean house. Cook dinner. Fold clothes. Walk the family dog. Get the kids bathed. Go to bed. And start over again. No wonder many moms are constantly tired all the time. Fortunately for you, we’ve found your energy source!

You Got This!

As soon as that alarm goes off, and before you check your phone, drink a glass of water. This will help provide a quick boost of energy and help your body begin the day hydrated! Open up the blinds and let the sun in for an extra burst of energy.

Taking a shower first thing in the morning can also help you wake up and feel your best in order to conquer the day.

Don’t even think about leaving the house before eating breakfast. Just like a healthy meal to start the day is essential for your student, it’s crucial for you, too! Search online for a few easy, healthy breakfast ideas that don’t take too long to make in the morning—or that you can make ahead of time and grab on the go.

During the day, find time for a quick workout. Exercising is much better than a nap to recharge your batteries for the remainder of the day. If you’re a working mom, divide your lunch hour in half. Use 30 minutes to eat, and the other half hour to walk around the block of your business or even up and down the stairs. Moving can help get your blood flowing, while giving your brain a chance to rest.

As a mom, there are no sick days. As a result, it’s important to keep sickness as far away as possible. Visit our urgent care center today to obtain a flu shot and any other vaccination you may need to ward off health issues this year. We are open seven days a week so that we can fit around your schedule, not the other way around.