Does fatigue always come back like a boomerang?

Fatigue and lack of energy are serious problems most people have experienced at
some point in their lives. And, according to one study, most of us spend at least 20
hours a week feeling tired, which is almost 3 hours a day.

There can be many causes of fatigue and lack of energy. The most common of
them are the hectic pace of our everyday life and work, stress, effects of air
pollution etc.

And, in this tired state, people usually go for obvious stimulants to combat fatigue.
But they don’t know that these easy-to-hand options end up causing more problems
than they fix, ultimately making the problem worse.

Here’s what NOT to do:

Caffeine – An enemy in disguise

Caffeine is a stimulant, so it’s perfect for that kick when you need it. However,
having too much coffee can leave you feeling dehydrated and tired. Like most
things, moderation is key here.

Sugar – Rush but only temporary
When you consume a sugary drink or snack, it causes a rapid rise in your blood
sugar, which gives you a boost. However, this blood sugar spike is countered with
a fall. It’s this drop that leads you to feel tired again.

You can’t sleep it off
While it’s true that an afternoon nap can pep you up if you need a boost. However,
that’s only true if it doesn’t affect your overall sleep. Sleeping late or during the
day can impact night-time sleep, which is essential for the release of the most
important hormones the body needs to survive. Aim for better sleep at night-time.

And here’s what TO do:

ABCs of Nutrition
Maybe there is a reason why vitamins are named according to alphabets, it makes
it easy to keep track of which ones you have already added to your diet because
you need them all. The best thing would obviously be to get them all organically ie
through fresh fruits and vegetables but you can also take supplements.

Breathe easy to feel easy
gO2 therapy is one of the most effective ways of getting energy naturally. Its
regular use can help combat the ill effects of air pollution, fatigue, brain fog etc

Spend quality time with your bed
Just staying in bed long enough doesn’t mean that you are getting enough sleep.
When it comes to sleep, you need to think about quality rather than volume. Avoid
consuming alcohol or caffeine just before going to sleep as it can help you get a
good night’s sleep.

So, now you know that the obvious solutions like caffeine only throw away fatigue
like a boomerang and it will always come back. Whereas, proper solutions like
using go2 therapy can help you kick it off far away from you, so it doesn’t come

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