Have you ever felt constantly tired for no reason at all? Times when you wake up in the morning and feel tired even after a whole night’s sleep can be a puzzling problem. After all, how in the world do you still wake up tired after sleeping for a number of hours?
The answer to this question lies in a person’s lifestyle. With the complicated lives that people lead nowadays, it is no wonder that more and more stress and stress triggers in all forms make chronic fatigue and feelings of being tired seem normal.
Here are a few tips to help you loosen up and avoid feeling constantly tired.
- Eat a well balanced diet. Avoid eating greasy foods and fast food items. Items containing too much sugar, processed and refined foods and those with saturated fats should also be avoided. Stick to eating vegetables, fruits and good fats (essential fatty acids).
- Develop a good sleeping habit. Ideally, you should go to bed at the same time every night and wake up at the same time every morning. Should you have problems sleeping during night time even if you have already lain down on bed, get up and something until you feel sleepy again.
- Do some stretching early in the morning after you woke up. If you and your schedule are up to it, you can do light and easy exercises like jogging or even walking. This will help those muscles and your whole body to loosen up and prepare it for the whole day’s activity.
- Try taking in ginseng. Ginseng is a highly popular herb in Asia primarily used to combat fatigue and increase energy.
I had written an article a while ago regarding How to Beat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. You might interested in reading it.