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I’ve been feeling soooo tired lately. Maybe, it’s age or sleeplessness. All I know is that I’ve been trying to figure out how to find the energy. After reading several articles online, here is what I found. The main indicators of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), are overall general physical and mental weariness. There are many different causes of tiredness. Just because you’re frequently tired doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve got CFS. The condition must persist for more than six consecutive months and include other symptoms such as memory loss, sore throat, headaches and muscle/joint pain without swelling or redness.
Though there are several potential causes for CFS, the main reason for all fatigue is poor nutrition. Other causes could be faulty digestion, food allergies, obesity, sleep problems, tension or depression. Smoking, alcohol and drugs are also contributing factors.
CFS can be so severe that people are unable to participate fully in normal, everyday activities. Even getting plenty of rest doesn’t seem to make any difference for most sufferers. But, with basic lifestyle changes and a diet rich in whole food nutrients, almost anyone can help prevent or even reverse these symptoms.
You can switch to a more wholesome diet that consists mainly of fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Citrus fruits, berries, tomatoes, potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, red and green bell peppers, cabbage, and spinach are all full of vitamin C, which helps promote a healthy immune system. Zinc does the same. Fortified cereals, nuts (I like pistachios), Chickpeas, Lentils, Pumpkin Seed, Cocoa Powder, Cashews and Hemp Seeds and even Lamb are all good food sources of zinc.
And, for protein, focus on fish high in omega-3 oils, since they are loaded with essential fatty acids (EFAs) which help improve circulation and oxygen uptake with proper red blood cell flexibility and function. It’s imperative to get EFAs from your dietary choices, as the body cannot manufacture them. EFA deficiencies are linked to diminished mental capacities and immune function.
Other things that will help decrease stress are: getting plenty of good Quality Rest and regular moderate Exercise. Drink lots of pure, clean Water, and avoid sweets, caffeine, sodas, processed and salty foods. Set obtainable goals and think positively.
Until Next Time… Be Well!
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