- Regular exercise can prevent feeling of tiredness and fatigue
- Make sure you get a good night’s sleep
- Avoid consumption of processed foods to keep tiredness at bay
National Nutrition Week 2019 started on September 1 and will run till September 7. The week is aimed at raising awareness about the importance of right kind of nutrition for kids, adults, adolescents and the elderly. Lack of proper nutrition can make you gain weight, lose weight without trying or result in excessive fatigue or tiredness. In this article today, nutritionist Nmami Agarwal talks about foods that can help you feel energetic and pump you up on times you are feeling excessively tired or fatigued. She says, “The type of lifestyle we are leading is one of the major causes for feeling too drained out or out of energy. Other than that, dealing with high tide like work pressure at office and home with negligible nutrition is what that makes us feel lethargic.”
Lack of physical exercise, irregular sleep pattern, irregular meals, opting for processed food items and most importantly lack of nutrient-dense diet can result in less energy and fatigue.
According to Nmami, foods that are the rich source of healthy carbohydrates, fats, protein and fiber should be consumed to combat physical dullness.