Feeling Exhausted? – Manage Naturally

Feeling Exhausted? – Manage Naturally

By: Dr.Pradeep Neupane (B.A.M.S.)

At Vibrant Ayurveda, we quite often hear from many of our patients that despite their main health issues, they feel weak and fatigued all the time.

Weakness is a lack of physical or muscle strength and the feeling that extra effort is needed to perform daily activities that require you to move your arms, legs, or other muscles.

mediFatigue is a feeling of tiredness, exhaustion, or lack of energy.

Both weakness and fatigue are symptoms, not diseases. Because these symptoms can be caused by many other health problems, the importance of weakness and fatigue can only be determined when other symptoms are evaluated.
Many factors, complex and sometimes apparent, are basic contributors to the Weakness & fatigue state. Among them:

Hypovitaminosis: Severe depletion of nutrients in the body. Low levels of essential vitamins and minerals create vulnerability.

The environment: Noise is a powerful factor. The incessant bombardment of cacophony in the home, the workplace, and outdoors contributes heavily to weariness and fatigue.

Modern music, the blaring of radio and television that seems to be so overwhelming a part of everyone’s life, can be a serious source of bodily stress.

Stress: Physical and psychological tensions eventually reduce the body’s ability to ward off fatigue. The vulnerability created induces anxiety, fearfulness, and apprehension.

musliRoutine work: Housework, factory work, operating computers, and practically all other endeavours that deal with a constant flow of sameness provide the possibilities of fatigue syndrome. Rest periods and scheduled diversions are necessary.

The night person: Anyone out of synchronization with the work-a-day world is especially vulnerable to unusual fatigue. That individual, whose circadian rhythms do not match those of most people, experiences a stressful juxtaposition of day and night. The syndrome accounts for the inability of these individuals to “come to life” until evening approaches.

Sexual hostility: This can be a common instigator of fatigue. Men or women who resent or resist conjugal relations with a particular partner and who are incapable of acknowledging or resolving those emotional conflicts are often swept by fatigue. The proverbial “headache” may be more than a hackneyed excuse. Ambivalence can lead to fatigue.

Menstruation: The menses and its drain upon the female psyche and physique can be genuinely wearying. This is especially true in women whose nutritional defenses are low and who lack proper levels of B vitamins.

Nutrition: A factor in physical and mental disease, nutrition is a feature player in creating vulnerability in both sexes of all ages to the ravages of fatigue. Strong fortification against such weariness would be a truly well-balanced diet that ensures copious quantities of all essential vitamins and minerals.

Coffee and caffeine: Coffee and other caffeine drinks are major villains in the fatigue syndrome. Caffeine stimulates practically every organ in the body to respond. The “high” created is temporary and requires more of the drug to deal with frequent ups-and-downs.

Herbs which is useful:

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera):
Ashwagandha is a herb that improves the body’s ability to maintain physical effort and helps the body adapt to various types of stress. Investigation both clinical and experimental have observed that Ashwagandha acts as an anti-stress and adaptogenic herb. Its root finds its use in treating general debility.  Ashwagandha is also beneficial in the treatment of chest diseases such as cold and cough.

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Satavari (Asparague racemosus):

The roots of asparagus racemosus has been used for ages in Ayurvedic medicine and other traditional medicines in the treatment of general debility, Weakness, male infertility (due to low sperm count), loss of libido, epilepsy (fits), mental debility, fatigue and in many male diseases.
In case of female oriented ailments such as menopausal syndrome, anemia (which cause weakness), lower quantity of breast milk secretion, and for both mental and physical ailments, the roots of Asparagus racemosus has been proved its medicinal efficacy.

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Safed musli (Chlorophytum Borivilianum):

In some medicines, it also acts as a good healing agent and     acts as an excellent anti-ageing constituent in many medicines. It is in fact a good boost up for a person’s health while maintaining good hemoglobin level. Safed Musli forms an important part of diabetic patient and helps in maintaining sugar level in the blood.
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Amla (Emblica officinalis):
Amalaki or Emblica officianlis helps in improving body weight. It helps in raising the total protein level due to positive nitrogen balance. Thus, it is recognized to give an anabolic effect in the body. Amalaki or Emblica officianlis is considered as one of the highly nutritious fruit.

It increases the RBC count and helps to encourage good health. The dried Amalaki fruit is useful in the treatment of Hemorrhage, diarrhea, and dysentery.  Amalaki or Emblica officianlis is also known to have anti aging properties.
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Diet: 

Studies reveal that people who eat snacks in between meals suffer less from fatigue and nervousness, think more clearly, and are more efficient than those who eat only three meal daily .These snacks should consists of fresh or dried fruits, fresh fruit or vegetable Juices, nuts & seeds, etc.

Life style: 

Chronic fatigue caused by poor circulation can be remedied by daily physical exercise. It will help relieve tension, bring a degree of freshness, renew energy, and induce sleep. Massage cold applications increasing in degree gradually or alternate hot and cold baths, stimulate the muscles to renewed activity, thereby relieving fatigue.

Curative Yoga:

Regular yoga and breathing exercise will be very helpful in improving circulation, and hence oxygenation to the tissues decreasing the fatigue symptoms. Some yoga postures such as ‘The Shoulder Stand’, ‘The Lotus Pose’, etc are mostly beneficial.

Detoxification:

Removing toxins out of the tissues with the special detox program and then slowly rejuvenating them with the special diet and some herbal preparation will also be helpful to overcome the exhaustion feeling.

Vibrant Ayurveda, is running the cellular cleansing detox program (Panchakarma) which is helping many people regain their energy and vitality.

Dr.Pradeep Neupane (B.A.M.S.)

Registered Ayurvedic Doctor in Australia

43 Vulture Street, West End, QLD-4101

www.vibrantayurveda.com.au

0452506389, 07-38462272

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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