Kick exhaustion to the curb and regain your verve with simple nutrition, fitness, and stress management tips.
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Chronic fatigue may not seem like a particularly detrimental health concern, but a longterm loss of energy can impact more than your ability to awaken each morning without issue. If your energy levels are consistently subpar, it may be time for an intervention.
Caffeine is often touted as the antidote to exhaustion, but it can also be a cause of fatigue. Refrain from consuming coffee or other caffeinated beverages before bed, and be sure to limit your daily consumption.
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Sometimes, a simple diet tweak doesn't offer a complete solution to exhaustion. In this case, vitamins D and B12 can leap to the rescue in resolving low energy issues.
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If you're running yourself into the ground with lack of sleep, why not try running a long distance instead? Exercise for at least thirty minutes on a daily basis to get better sleep.
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Sleep may seem like an obvious anecdote to fatigue, yet actually reprogramming your body to achieve more rest is a challenge for many. Try turning off your tech, tuning your body to the natural rhythm of the day, and taking a soothing bath to relax.
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Acute, protracted tension often gives way to fatigue over the course of time. However, by combatting anxiety and stress at the first sign of trouble, you can restore your energy. Journaling when your mind is overrun with thoughts, expressing your gratitude, and meditating can all be useful tools in managing stress.
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Meditation requires little more than a safe space and several minutes of unoccupied time. Meditation can eliminate stress and ease your mind into a restful state more conducive to sleep.