Monday, January 19, 2015

[Yakson House] Chronic Fatigue Syndrome






Hello, It's Monday here in Korea.

Weekend passed so fast and Now I am back to work. 

I guess I am very tired because it's Monday. 

Have you guys heard about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

















You have many experiences of falling a sleep in front of your office desk?

You still feel tired and sleepy after long hours of sleep?



















If this is happening to you, you might want to read about something called " Chronic 

Fatigue Syndrome". 

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is an extreme fatigue that can't be explained by any 

underlying medical condition. The fatigue may worsen with physical or mental activity, but 

doesn't improve with rest. 















People tend to take some kind of medication or Vitamins to get rid of tiredness fast and 

easy.

However, This is not a very good idea.







First, Eat more often

Some people may benefit by eating smaller meals more frequently during the day. 

This may help to steady your blood sugar level.

Favor Whole grains and other complex carbohydrates. These take longer than refined 

carbohydrates to digest, preventing fluctuations of blood sugar. 

If you start eating more often, watch your portion sizes to avoid weight gain. 







Second, Get moving

The last thing you may feel like doing when you're tired is exercising. But many studies 

show that physical activity boosts energy levels.

Exercise has consistently been linked to improved vigor and overall quality of life.










Third, Get to bed Early



Lack of sleep increases the risk of accidents and is one of the leading causes of 

daytime fatigue. Get to bed early enough for a full night's sleep. 

When people enrolled in a 2004 Stanford University study were allowed to sleep as long 

as they wanted, they reported more vigor and less fatigue. Good sleep habits may also 

have important health benefits. 


















Fourth, Keep time with your body clock

Some people get a burst of energy first thing in the morning. They're often called 

morning larks. Night owls are people who are at their best at the end of the day. 

These individual differences in daily energy patterns are determined by brain structure 

and genetics, so they can be tough to change. Instead, become aware of your own 

circadian rhythms. Then schedule demanding activities when your energy levels are 

typically at their peak. 



















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