Tips on dealing with fatigue

 

If you’ve ever been on a long journey, you will know how suddenly fatigue can take over your entire body. Most of us think that we can overcome the fatigue while on the road, and try to travel as far as we can without resting, which ends up being a danger to everyone around us on the road. However, there are a few easy steps (adapted from various sources) that you can follow that will help you either avoid fatigue for as long as possible, or help you overcome it at the onset.
 
It may be stating the obvious, but to avoid tiredness you should ensure you get enough sleep! Remember that your body needs sleep in order to recharge. If you are having any trouble sleeping, then aim to have a better sleep routine such as going to bed and getting up at the same time. You could also improve your sleeping environment by making sure your bedroom is quiet, dark and comfortable. Also, by using your bedroom for sleep alone, your body will come to associate it with sleeping rather than reading or watching TV.
 
There are several ways in which to tackle stress, but the most important thing to do is identify what is causing your stress in the first place. It may be work that is the main cause of your stress, perhaps because of bad work relationships, long hours, or an unfulfilling job. If that’s the case, then look at your options about how you can improve the situation. Also remember to have a clear division between work and leisure time, so when you clock out of your job at the end of the day, you have time to enjoy other things.
 
Your diet can have a big impact on how you feel. Without a proper, balanced diet you can start to feel a bit sluggish and are likely to become fatigued — so ensure that you eat healthy meals and at the correct times. Skipping breakfast will ensure you start your day on the wrong footing and force you to run on empty until lunchtime! Eating ‘little and often’ can work for some people, as it means that they’ve got something to sustain them rather than going for longer periods between meals — which will help them to avoid the feeling of being hungry and tired prior to their main meals. Keeping blood sugar levels stable is also important to avoid fatigue — so make sure you eat enough carbohydrates.
 
Don’t forget to keep hydrated throughout the day, as this can also help to prevent tiredness. The recommended daily amount is around two litres per day, but this depends on other factors such as your work environment or how much physical activity you get through in a day. Poor hydration can adversely affect your mental as well as your physical performance. The best way to stay well hydrated throughout each day is to have a water bottle within arm’s reach at all times.
 
 
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