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3 Easy Tips to Overcome Fatigue

Posted: December 1, 2012 in Uncategorized

Fatigue is a very common complaint, and is usually caused by lifestyle. One feels tired because of many things: too short night of sleep, stress, work hard, etc.. Fatigue is also caused by a disease that requires further diagnosis and treatment, for example, heart disease, sleep apnea (breathing disorders during sleep), hypothyroidism, anemia, diabetes or even cancer.

In most cases, the most effective treatment for fatigue is rest and sleep well. If you still feel tired despite getting enough rest and sleep, following several lifestyle changes in your daily routine may also help:

1. Exercise in the morning light.

Exercise is a must. You may always busy or your schedule is too crowded so do not leave time for exercise. But should you at least took a half hour to exercise in the morning. Any solution can not compensate for this. Our bodies need exercise to stay fit.

You can do jogging or light cardiovascular exercise, running, playing badminton or weight training. At first you may feel a little tired but once you get used to your body will feel refreshed and full of energy. Throughout the day you will be fine. You will be energetic.

2. Sunlight.

Rather than curl up in bed until the last minute rush and preparing for work, you should take a walk for a few minutes outside the home. The morning sun will help open the pores of your body and make yourself more alert and active. You will be full of energy and vitality.

3. Breakfast.

In today’s fast paced life, we have little time to spare. We are so pressed by time, so often skip breakfast. To stay active and energetic throughout the day, you should eat a healthy breakfast in the morning.

If you skip breakfast and only eat a small snack in between your job, you are developing bad habits that will not only lead to exhaustion but also cause many health problems. Breakfast is an important meal for us all.

Adjust your daily routine so that you have enough time for breakfast. Make sure you do not eat fried foods and weight at your breakfast. Choose foods rich in carbohydrates, protein and fiber such as bread, porridge, fruits, milk, eggs etc..