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How to combat fatigue

Updated on July 23, 2008

Fatigue Fighters

What many of us don't know is that fatigue is one of the most common ailments affecting us today. Fatigue can be very mild and intermittent to the very extreme cases of chronic and severe. Sometimes it can occur just because of a very demanding and stressful day or poor diet, no excercise and perhaps illness. Always contact your physician if things like mood swings,not being able to do normal daily chores, aches and pains or nausea are present.

You should be able to know if your fatigue is just temporary if it is gone rather quickly and here are some helpful tonics to help you along the way.

Ginseng is a super energy booster and are sold as Both Korean and Siberian types. Make a cup of tea by placing a teaspoon of ginseng in a cup of boiling water. Let it steep for about 5 to 10 minutes,strain and enjoy. Certain brands may give different amounts to add. Just follow those directions. Drink a cup a day for about a month to see improved results. I've done it for years and it does help very much.

Wheat grass is another helpful aid in fighting fatigue because it's abundance of B vitamins and Iron.It can be added to many types of salads or bought as a juice in health food stores. For a daily fix add about 1/2 cup of wheat grass to your salad each day or drink up to 8oz. of juice. To remove the grass taste from your mouth I eat some fresh orange slices afterwards.



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