First of all, springtime lethargy or fatigue is completely normal and affects many people. After four weeks it usually passes, but you can fight it with a few tricks, because you want to be able to fully enjoy spring. So let’s get straight to what will actually help you:

  1. Lots of exercise. Go jogging or participate in any other sport. The most important thing is to get your circulation back up and running.
  2. Get plenty of fresh air: As we all know, Oxygen wakes you up, and the sun also helps to fill your serotonin reservoir, which is probably depleted from the long dark winter days.
  3. Light food: Better to eat as many vitamins and fresh food as possible.
  4. Power napping: naps are a great thing, but it’s important that you don’t sleep for more than 30 minutes so your body doesn’t produce melatonin, the sleep hormone.
  5. Stay active: Meet with friends, even if you don’t feel like it. Go back out and your motivation will return soon.