Humans will get tired when they work very hard or have a busy day. But sufficient rest and sleep should take care of the fatigue. However if you feel constant fatigue and tiredness most days of the week even when you are not working so hard then this may be a cause for concern.
Unexplained and prolonged tiredness is not a normal thing and you should try to treat this problem at the earliest possible time.
There may be several factors which might be causing chronic fatigue syndrome and your doctor might be the best person to diagnose the problem. However there are few easy natural home remedies for this problem.
1. Eat smaller and healthier – The first and foremost thing to do is to take control of your diet. What is you is very important and can have huge impact on various aspects of your life.
Your diet can help in skyrocketing your energy levels through the roof or making you dull and tired. If you are in the habit of gulping down big meals every time, you may need to change this habit. Eating smaller meals is said to be a very effective solution to make you feel less tired and sleepy and more active.
Smaller meals will not put much burden on your digestive system. They will keep your metabolism rate healthy and help you avoid overeating. You should also try to eat healthy, balanced diet. Do not skip essential nutrients in your diet.
Deficiency of essential nutrients may be at the back of fatigue syndrome. So opt for healthy, nutritious meals and make sure to include lots of fruits, vegetables in your diet.
2. Eat Dates: Dates are very very good energizers. Just a handful of dates are enough to provide a boost of fresh energy to you. Another amazing thing about dates is that they are packed with nutrients. So get into the habit of eating dates regularly if you want to seriously combat tiredness.
3. Grapefruit and Lemon Juice: Prepare a glass of grapefruit and lemon juice to have at the end of a tiring day. You may feel instant relaxation and a boost to your energy levels.
In addition to above tips, try to take short naps during the day (which last about 20-30 minutes), do some exercising, drink lot of water, get up early in the morning. All these can greatly help in improving your energy levels and making you more active.