Do you feel drained out long before the day ends? Is there a lack of motivation that keeps you from doing your best or is it just drowsiness and mental exhaustion? If your answer to the above questions is YES, then read on. Tiredness affects the work-life balance, performance at work as well as social relationship. Visit your medical care provider to understand if there might be an underlying cause for this tiredness. Fatigue can be quite vague: It could be propelled from depression, from thyroid, hormonal issues, fibromyalgia and many other reasons.
The good news is, that there are many ways to rectify the situation.
Vitamins play a major role in keeping your energy levels up: Vitamin B12 is responsible for forming red blood cells that transport oxygen in the blood throughout the body. Once the oxygen arrives to your body’s cells, it is utilized for energy production. Vegetarians and vegans are susceptible to be low on vitamin B12, since it is most commonly found in fish, meat, eggs, dairy, and many fortified foods. Make sure to include good amount of all round nutrition in your diet. Green leafy vegetables, fruits and check with your medical care provider for daily multivitamin supplements. You can change your lifestyle, begin a new circle of healthy living and fatigue will be left far behind. And, when fatigue is far behind you will move forward with a new enthusiasm and zeal.
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