Feeling tired on a regular basis is extremely common. I often get this question from my clients. They say they’re always tired. What can they do? This article has an answer for all your worries about common fatigue. Here’s what we’ll discuss.
What Is Fatigue?
Fatigue And Ayurveda
Causes Of Fatigue
Signs And Symptoms Of Fatigue
When To Seek Medical Attention
How Ayurveda Can Help You Get Your Energy Back
Fatigue means you feel over-tired or exhausted. When you’re fatigued, there is consistent low energy levels that might interfere with your day to day activities.
The fact is nearly everyone is overtired or overworked from time to time. These are instances of temporary fatigue mostly due to improper sleep, unhealthy or irregular food patterns or work pressure.
On the other hand, if you’re always tired and it isn’t relieved with rest it can impact your psychological and emotional well being.
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Ayurveda generally considers fatigue and tiredness a symptom of increased Kapha Dosha. Physical fatigue will most likely be caused by an imbalance in Kapha Dosha. While with mental fatigue, Vata dosha would be the culprit. When it comes to emotional fatigue it can be due to an imbalance in Pitta Dosha.
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Causes of fatigue are mostly related to an unhealthy lifestyle. A lack of exercise, lack of sleep or unhealthy dietary habits can all lead to feeling always tired.
It can also be due to depression or other underlying diseases like anemia, cancer, diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome, heart disease and sleep apnea, among others. If you think you may have any of these clinical conditions, work with your doctor and get a detailed examination.
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If your fatigue is associated with chest pain, shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, abnormal bleeding or severe headache which is not relieved by over the counter medication, seek medical attention. More importantly, if your fatigue has persisted for two or more weeks despite making an effort to rest, reduce stress, and eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of fluids, it’s time to see the doctor.
Here are ten tips for increasing energy and reducing tiredness.
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