Sugar gets into our bloodstream very quickly. Our body uses the sugar in our blood to work; it’s our body’s energy source. So soon after this jittery feeling subsides, you go way down. Sleepy, tired, run-down.
Why shouldn’t we take too much sugar?
Because sugar is a 100% carbohydrate and nothing else, that is to say, no inorganic salts, vitamins, trace elements, or anti-free radicals. Therefore, if you eat a lot of sugar are bound to be less hungry for other foods (especially vegetables), and more or less long term, there will inevitably be gaps. Moreover, excessive sugar consumption causes too many triglycerides in the blood, which favors cardiovascular events.
Sugar can be helpful in a competition, but it is a food with no nutritional value.
Tips on how to become hyper
Music makes you feel better
Please turn up your favorite music and sing and dance all along with it. You will feel good and alive in a short time.
Plan some activities
Call some friends and get out!! Chatting in good company will surely give you some energy and make you in a better mood.
Drink plenty of water to ensure that you stay hydrated. Being dehydrated leaves you feeling like you have no energy at all. Getting hyper and staying that way means ensuring your body is fully hydrated and ready to go.
Do some exercise
Get out for a quick jog and do a few push-ups; it will stimulate the blood flow to your brain and make
you feel healthfully hyper.
Drink a few shots of coffee and some chocolate. It’s like having a snack with a small amount of fat. It will give you a boost of energy.