The sun may be shining for longer and temperatures may have warmed up, but finding the energy to power through the dayÂ can still be a challenge. The fast pace of life nowadays, work stress and responsibilities may be zapping daily vigor, making it more difficult to commit to a session on your home treadmill. What's more, if you do fit in a workout, it may not be as effective when energy levels are low.
There are easy ways toÂ jump-start your engineÂ such as energy drinks, but LiveScience noted that information presented at the 2013 American Heart Association meeting foundÂ that a habit of sipping these beverages could affect your heart rhythm and increase your blood pressure. Continue reading