7. Take a Short 20-minute Cat Nap
If you didn't get enough sleep the night before and you're feeling sluggish, try and squeeze in a 15- or 20-minute power nap. This gives your brain and body a chance to recharge, and you'll awake feeling energized and ready to complete the rest of the day. Maybe you can take a short nap in your car on your lunch break, or rest your eyes at your desk after eating lunch.
Many people deal with low-energy, but you don't need caffeine to raise your energy level. Often times, it's simply a matter of adopting better, healthier habits and changing your routine. Make the necessary changes and see if you notice a difference in your energy level. What are other natural ways to get an energy boost without caffeine or other stimulants?