Have you been waking up after a night’s rest still feeling tired? Do you feel your health energy lack and it is preventing you from carrying out your daily duties and favorite activities?
If that so, you may be suffering from fatigue.
Fatigue is a daily lack of energy that is not relieved by sleep. Someone who are fatigued will feel tired all the time in both mind and body and it can be caused by a number of inter-linked factors. The common causes are stress and unhealthy lifestyle choices such as adopting fad diets to lose weight. not diagnosed medical conditions could also be another reason for experiencing fatigue.
Stress as a cause fatigue
Someone who are stressed or chronically anxious keep their bodies in overdrive. The constant flooding of adrenaline exhausts the body and fatigue sets in.
A stressful work environment – whether it is excessive noise, boredom or fixed concentration on a repetitive task – can add to a person’s fatigue level. Burnout, concerns over one’s job security.
How nutrition impacts energy level
-Meet your basic calories needs
The estimated daily calorie needs for a person who weigh around 55kg is about 2,100 calories to maintain his or her weight and have sufficient energy for carry out moderate activities.
-Get sufficient protein
Protein is necessary for our bodies to rebuild and repair damaged as well as aging body tissue. A person who weighs around 60kg needs about 63kg of protein per day.
-Drink loads of fluids
Around 8 glasses of water a day prevents dehydration which is another factor that causes our energy level to fall. Fatigue is a classic symptom of mild dehydration.