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Remedies for Fatigue

In this section of Seattle Organic Restaurants I want to talk about remedies for fatigue. If you feel exhausted most of the time and have a little or no energy to go through your daily schedule your should change your eating habits, exercise more, meditate and sleep enough hours. Here are some tips on how to manage fatigue and exhaustion:


Diet: Starchy and heavy meals especially by the end of the day can cause fatigue. It’s better to have heavy meals early in the morning rather than late at night. It’s more likely to feel exhausted over a heavy dinner or launch than breakfast. Eating organic light healthy food will boost your energy level and you feel less tired and more energetic. Taking vitamins and herbs can also help to boost your energy. Vitamin B-complex and B-12 are really good for you. Often times people who are vegetarian and don’t eat red meat have B-12 deficiency and are more likely to suffer from chronic fatigue. There are also the following herbal supplements that can regulate heart beat and increase your energy level. Ginseng with tea or coffee can be a very good source of energy. Ginseng can regulate heartbeat and blood stream in the body. There is also another plant called Eleutherococcus that has amazing energizing quality and helps body to adopt to stress. Coenzyme Q-10 also helps stress and exhaustion by increasing heart beat. Here are other herbals, natural foods and supplements, herb superfoods and effective home made remedies.


Medication: Taking sleeping pills can cause hang over or exhaustion. There are other medications such as blood pressure drugs, depression pills and antihistamines that can cause fatigue.

Exercise: Lack of exercise or too much exercise can cause fatigue, but moderate exercise is an energizer. Exercise for 20 to 60 minutes three days a week and do not exercise two hours before going to bed.

Lack of Sleep: Sleepiness is another reason people feel exhausted all the time. There are few people in the world that need five to six hours of sleep, most of us need eight hours and some even need nine to ten hours of sleep. Only because you can go on with your daily schedule by six or seven hours of sleep that doesn’t mean you get enough sleep that your body needs. Make your bedroom a quiet place to rest. Keep your bedroom dark and cool at nights and do not work or watch TV two hours before going to bed. Leave your daily stress and worries outside your bedroom and meditate or focus on something positive before sleeping.

"The best bridge between despair and hope is a good night's sleep" -Joseph Cossman  



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