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2. Add Exercise
It’s no secret that exercise improves your range of motion and muscle function, but it’s also vital for increasing energy levels – and keeping them high enough to manage a daily routine. The less activity you do, the longer your muscles are left to stiffen and the more your cardiovascular system will lag. When you’re in this “deconditioned” state, your tolerance for exercise drops and even small tasks begin to require all the energy you have to spare. However, regular aerobic activity mixed with some strength training will eventually make all the small, but unavoidable, obligations much easier to handle from dawn to dusk.