Fatigue Remedies Natural Herbals
An estimated 800,000 U.S. adults suffer from chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome (CFIDS), also know as chronic fatigue syndrome or CFS. The first step in treating fatigue is recognize what factors in your life are making you drained and depleted and be willing to make the needed lifestyle changes. Most of us are working too hard, under too much stress, not getting enough sleep and not taking the self-renewing time for ourselves we need.
Often we ignoring ongoing fatigue and struggle through the day thinking that always being tired is somehow "normal", or not serious enough to complain or worry about. Overwhelming, chronic fatigue that is not alleviated by rest, is worsened by exercise, is associated with muscle and joint pain and a loss of mental focus is a signal that something is very wrong.Chronic fatigue can be symptomatic of fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, a sluggish liver and a whole host of other related conditions. Getting the proper diagnosis is key to getting your energy, and your life back.
Herbal adaptogens help support the adrenal gland that regulate the body's energy supply. Bitters support the process of turning the food we eat into the energy that we need to thrive, and are very important to those whose fatigue is caused by gall bladder problems. Avoid reliance on stimulants, even natural ones such as yerba mate, tea and coffee. The short term boost disappears to leave you more fatigued than you were before you took them.
- Acai berry smoothie
- Borage leaf tea
- Chinese Schisandra cough syrup
- Cilantro Pesto
- Energy Tea with Reishi Mushroom
- Maca powder smoothie
- Memory and Focus Tea
- Morning Circulation Tonic
- Mustard seed foot bath
- Red and gold - Rooibos and ginseng
- Reishi - Hawthorn Morning Tea
- Reishi - Licorice Adrenal Tonic for Fatigue
- Reishi and Ginseng Morning Energy
- Reishi Blend diet tea
- Rosemary for mental alertness
- Suma root morning tea
- Super Green Power Shake
- Ultimate foot bath
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