- Do the Cold Water Splash
This technique sounds strange, but works as a wonder. When you start feeling drowsy, get up and splash some cold water on your face. Due to sudden change in temperature, it will not only wake you up, but will also increase blood circulation. This might also improve your energy level and overall mental focus. If you find trouble in waking up in morning, then take a cold burst of water durng shower will make you wake up quickly.
- Eat More Omega-3s
According to a study conducted by University of Oxford, it is found that in order to encourage a good sleep, the level of omega-3 should be higher. When you get a good and restful sleep at night, then you can guarantee that you won’t fall asleep during daytime. Omega-3 will help you keep mentally active during day and will also improve your immune system. Some good sources of omega-3 are obtained by butter, salmon, soy products, peanut, walnuts and eggs. You can even take omega-3 in supplementary.
- Green Tea
Switch to green tea after a cup or two of morning tea. Unlike other teas, green tea keeps to energetic for the whole day, additionally, it also helps to fight stress. Consume 3-4 cup of green tea daily. Make it fresh, rather than depending on vending machines or the bottles that are being sold in stores.
- Try Aromatherapy
Aromatherapy helps to get relief from certain problems such as irritability, headache, fatigue, and even from daytime sleepiness. For this technique, some of the best oils are grapefruit, rosemary, peppermint and basil.
- Lemon Water
To get rid of daytime drowsiness, drink a glass of lemon water every morning. Lemon water flush out toxins, keeps the body hydrated and revs up the metabolism. If your body is dehydrated then it might affect the oxygen level in the brain which can be the cause of tiredness and sleepiness. Squeeze the juice of lemon into one glass of water and drink it daily on an empty stomach.