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Feels drowsy and sleepy
I am 26 yr old, unmarried. My height is approx 5.5feet - 5.6feet and my weight is approx 83kgs. I have my exams in may-19 and nov-19 for which I need to study for approx 14 hours a day. I problem is I always feel drowsy and sleepy. I want to be energetic so that I can concentrate on my studies. How can I get over this?? Also suggest me things which I should eat to keep myself fresh and energetic. I am pure vegetarian who doesn't have egg, mushrooms, honey, bangan and cauliflower. In real need of help. Thanking you.
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Hey, with your current weight and height your BMI is 29.8. This classifies you to be in the overweight category. Being overweight and having insufficient calories or imbalance of nutrients in your meals leading to B12 or iron deficiency can be a reason for your  lethargy or drowsy feeling.
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Try to get sufficient sleep and include minimum of 30 mins of physical activity or meditation. Hydrate yourself while your studying. you could also use detox water to give you a refreshing feeling. Split your meals into 3 major meals and 2 snacks. Also check if you have any deficiencies
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In foods, you can munch on handful of nuts including almonds, walnuts, cashews etc. Snacking can include high protein foods like a cup of hung curd with cut fruits and nuts, energy bar, roasted channa, roasted makhana, grilled panneer,  seeds etc.   High energy fruits like banana/ butter fruit/ chickoo can also be considered to sustain energy throughout the day
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Check once your haemoglobin levels N take balance diet n do regular exercise
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