There are ways to fight fatigue that go beyond getting enough sleep and eating healthy! Here are ten suggestions to increase your stamina and strength all day long.
Feel a little tired? It’s no surprise. Fatigue has become a way of life for many of us. We’re overwhelmed by responsibilities and stress, but we march on with the help of just enough caffeine and sugar to fight the brain fog temporarily. Then, once we make it home, we collapse. Although rest is one piece of the overall health puzzle that many neglect, and it may have more of an effect on your health than you realize. This year, make a conscious effort to not let constant fatigue lower the quality of your life.
Fatigue is one of the most common problems people report to their doctors. About 31% of people age 51 and older say that they always feel tired, according to a Harvard Medical School study. Why? The reasons include everything from stress, to poor diet, and sleep problems.
There are ways to fight fatigue that go beyond getting enough sleep and eating “three square meals a day.” A few changes to your daily routine may be all that you need to feel more alert and active. Here are ten suggestions to increase your stamina and strength all day long.
Fatigue is a symptom, not a disease. Different people experience it in different ways, and it usually goes away after a good night’s rest. However, persistent fatigue can be disease-related. If your fatigue will not go away, or if you have other related concerns, talk with your doctor.
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