How to Recover from Physical or Mental Exhaustion

How to Recover from Physical or Mental Exhaustion

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Physical or mental exhaustion can be the result of some stressful event or the practice of some intense or very continuous exercise. There are other medical causes that can be detected by visiting your doctor.

This exhaustion is translated into a reduction of forces that forces us to rest and our motivation to do the daily tasks is coming down. Literally, our body or mind says stop!

To be able to recover from this situation and get back to a good quality of life there are some natural resources that you can use or put into practice:

1) Drink lots of water.

It may be the case that the brain confuses dehydration with fatigue. In order to maintain proper hydration, you should drink at least 2 liters of water a day.

If you’ve had strenuous physical activity, you may have to balance the electrolytes in your body. Sports drinks contain electrolytes that will help you maintain an adequate level of this mineral in your body.

2) Try a drink that contains amino acids.

– Consuming 500 mg to 3 grams of L-carnitine and 10 to 30 grams of creatine will help you increase your energy.

– 5 grams of l-glutamine, along with 100 to 200 mg of L-tyrosine, are useful for recovery.

L-lysine and L-arginine will help the body recover faster and increase muscle growth.

These recovery drinks can be found at most health food stores.

3) Exercise can increase your energy.

Exercise helps decrease the onset and development of disorders such as obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. These disorders can contribute to exhaustion. In addition, exercise increases the level of endorphins in the blood, which causes a greater sense of well-being.

4) Find out if there are any health problems.

If you have an underlying hormonal imbalance, it can lead to the feeling of fatigue. A consultation with the specialist would clear your doubts.

A blood test would also rule out possible anemia. Feeding in these cases is a priority.

5) Get enough sleep.

Your body needs time to recover from activities, illness or psychological trauma. Try to sleep at least 8 hours. Go to sleep at the same time each night to develop a pattern of sleep, do some relaxation exercise before going to sleep and avoid caffeine during the day (especially in the afternoon).

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