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How to treat mental tiredness naturally...

by , 07 September 2018
How to treat mental tiredness naturally...
Mental exhaustion is more common than ever today.

Without realising it, we're exposed to around 7,000 adverts every day.

The average person spends four hours per day on their phones.

The average working day has become longer with today's poor economic climate and many more people working remotely.

And, we all spend a lot more time in traffic... every day.

It's no wonder most people suffer from mental exhaustion at some point in their lives.

Keep reading to find out to treat mental tiredness and prevent burning out...

Getting to the bottom of your fatigue...
 
Fatigue can result from a depletion of nutrients, physical exhaustion, poor sleep, an unhealthy diet, thyroid and hormone imbalances, adrenal fatigue, medication side effects, anxiety or depression, or experiencing a general lack of meaning or purpose in life.
 
It's said that if you wake up energised in the morning and feel tired in the afternoon or evening, the fatigue if physical. But, if you wake up tired in the morning and get going as the day progresses, it may be worth exploring your mental or emotional health. 
 
 
A lesson from the monks...
 
There’s a lovely story that illustrates how emotional stress and negative mental thoughts can affect us. It goes like this... 
 
One day two monks go for a walk outside the temple. They've taken a vow of silence and may not interact with each other, let alone women. 
 
During their walk, they see a woman struggling to cross a river. So, one of the monks rushes over, picks the woman up and carries her across the river.
 
This violation of their order is deeply disturbing to the second monk. After three hours of thinking about this, he could hold it no longer and finally exclaimed, "How could you pick up that woman back there, you know we're not supposed to?!”
 
To which the first monk calmly responds, "I held that woman for five minutes - you’ve been carrying her for three hours!”
 
Before bed every night, take the opportunity to examine what you have spent time thinking about (or obssessing about) that day and ask yourself, "Is it worth mentally carrying it, and is it keeping you from being present in the moment to your family, friends, and JUST AS IMPORTANTLY, to yourself?" 

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Vitamins and herbs to help you recharge your mind...

Ashwagandha: This ancient herb heps increase energy by enhancing your body’s resilience to physical and mental stress.
 
Rhodiola Rosea: Studies have shown this herb can enhance physical performance and ease mental fatigue.

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10): Cells use CoQ10 to make energy and protect themselves from oxidative damage from toxins, pollution and stress.

Vitamin B12: This powerful vitamin helps transform the food you eat into energy in the form that your cells can use. As you get older, your body doesn't absorb it as well as it used to.

Besides these nutrients, eat a balanced, healthy diet - mostly vegetables, with healthy, lean protein and healthy fats, like olive oil, fatty fish and avocados, nuts and seeds. 

Drink lots of water and exercise for 15-20 minutes per day. 

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