Get at least eight hours of sleep. If one of your complaints is fatigue, exhaustion or something similar your body is telling you that you need sleep. Go to bed early or sleep in if you need more than eight hours.
Eat three meals of healthy food per day, including sitting down for your (preferably hot) meals. If you avoid any foods, make sure you tell your acupuncturist this, because this can indicate a digestive weakness that can be improved upon.
Get some moderate exercise. If you are not feeling well, make the exercise mild or skip it. I recommend Qigong because I teach it. If you can’t find Qigong; yoga, cycling to work or classes at the gym will work. If you walk for exercise but still have significant challenges (such as weight issues, blood pressure or other medical issues) consider seeing an Acupuncturist or other medical professional. If you are constantly wearing yourself out with daily exercise, consider why and how you can change it.
These might seem obvious, but you’d be surprised how many people don’t have good sleep, food or exercise in their regular routine.