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Fatigue Home Remedies - How to Get Rid of Fatigue

Fatigue is also called Tiredness and Lethargy. Fatigue is a feeling of weariness. Word fatigue is used in everyday living to describe a range of afflictions. Fatigue has two known forms. First is manifests as a local, muscle-specific incapacity to do work. Second is bodily or systemic, sense of energy deprivation. Fatigue refers to a sensation of exhaustion during or after usual daily activities, or a lack of energy to begin these activities. Most people have fatigue at one time or another in their lives Fatigue can be a normal and important response to physical exertion, emotional stress, boredom, or lack of sleep. However, it can also be a nonspecific sign of a more serious psychological or physical disorder. When fatigue is not relieved by enough sleep, good nutrition, or a low-stress environment, it should be evaluated by your doctor. Because fatigue is a common complaint, sometimes a potentially serious cause may be overlooked. Fatigue is different from drowsiness. Drowsiness is feeling the need to sleep, while fatigue is a lack of energy and motivation. Drowsiness and apathy (a feeling of indifference or not caring about what happens) can be symptoms of fatigue. Fatigue is different from drowsiness. In general, drowsiness is feeling the need to sleep, while fatigue is a lack of energy and motivation. Drowsiness and apathy (a feeling of indifference or not caring about what happens) can be symptoms of fatigue. Many things can cause fatigue, physical illness, emotional stress, not getting the right diet, hormonal imbalances. Seek medical care until you find out what the problem is. People who have fatigue will often feel better with nutritional changes.

Chronic fatigue occurs when symptoms of exhaustion or lack of energy last over 6 months. Chronic fatigue often results from sleep disturbances , usually insomnia, in combination with chronic pain and depression. Fatigue can be dangerous when performing tasks that require constant concentration, such as driving a vehicle . When a person is sufficiently fatigued, he or she may experience microsleeps (loss of concentration). However, objective cognitive testing should be done to differentiate the neurocognitive deficits of brain disease from those attributable to tiredness. Common lifestyle cause of fatigue include is alcohol is a depressant drug that slows the nervous system and disturbs normal sleep patterns. Other drugs, such as cigarettes and caffeine, stimulate the nervous system and make insomnia more likely. Low carbohydrate diets or high energy foods that are nutritionally poor don't provide the body with enough fuel or nutrients to function at its best. Quick fix foods, such as chocolate bars or caffeinated drinks, only offer a temporary energy boost that quickly wears off and worsens fatigue. Depression is characterised by severe and prolonged feelings of sadness, dejection and hopelessness. People who are depressed commonly experience chronic tiredness. Individual factors - These may include personal illness or injury, illnesses or injuries in the family, too many commitments (for example, working two jobs) or financial problems.

Home Remedies for Fatigue

  • Drink some tea boiled with 1/4 teaspoon powdered cardamom.
  • Apply a hydrating mask on the face. Put a slice of cucumber on each closed eyelid. lie down and rest for 10 minutes. Remove the cucumbers and for the next 5 minutes hang your head off the side of the bed allowing the blood to circulate.
  • Drink a glass of juice that is one part grapefruit and one part lemon.
  • Ginseng is an age-old energy booster. This root has a sweet, licorice-like taste and has been used for thousands of years to treat weakness and exhaustion
  • Heaping teaspoon of kuzu powder in 2 teaspoons water and add to 1 cup cold water. Bring the mixture to a boil, reduce the heat to the simmering point, and stir constantly, until the liquid becomes a transparent gelatin. Stir in 1 teaspoon tamari soy sauce and drink while hot.
  • Grate 1/2 cup fresh lotus root, squeeze the juice into a pot, and add a small amount of water. Cook for 8-10 minutes. Add a pinch of sea salt and drink hot.
  • Nachi Green Tea- to help dissolve and discharge animal fats and reduce high cholesterol levels. Place 1/2 teaspoon tea into the serving kettle. Pour 1 cup hot water over the tea and steep for 3-5 minutes. Strain and drink 1 cup per day.



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