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How to fight against seasonal fatigue?

Like every year, with the return of classes, the weather that changes, the cold that arrives, the checks, the appointments ... Our body takes a lot! And for good reason, we really feel a difference, it's as if a wave of fatigue arrives and destroys everything, doesn't it?

Like every year, with the return of classes, the weather that changes, the cold that arrives, the checks, the appointments ... Our body takes a lot! And for good reason, we really feel a difference, it's as if a wave of fatigue arrives and destroys everything, doesn't it?

I’ve tried to put together the best solutions and tips to help you get through this somewhat difficult period and get back on your feet before winter arrives and not to literally get tired. Here are 15 tips for dealing with seasonal fatigue:

  1. Make a cure for vitamin C: We do not hesitate! Kiwi, orange, red pepper, and whether in juice smoothie or naturally. Vitamins contain many virtues which are anti-diabetes, anti-stress and which fight against fatigue, therefore perfect for the fall/winter season.
  2. Buy vitamins: You can also buy herbal vitamins or vitamin C, which you can find in pharmacies and which are natural and have no bad effects.
  3. Eat an apple
  4. Eat raisins or almonds
  5. Take a pampering day: Take at least one day a week to rest and take care of your body. Make masks, take a hot bath ... Give your body the attention it needs!
  6. Add cinnamon to your tea
  7. Stimulate your production of serotonin: Serotonin is present in very small quantities in the body, it promotes depression, stress, anxiety, phobias ... So increase it by eating bananas, apples, or grapes, because they contain tryptophan, which is necessary for the production of serotonin.
  8. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables: Again, fruits and vegetables are great against fatigue, as they provide your body with extra doses of vitamins and minerals.
  9. Take a nap: If you feel your body is exhausted, take a short break, and take a nap. Do not exceed 30 minutes, otherwise, the body will get used to it and you will be even more tired than before.
  10. Do stretches in the morning: Do some flexions to stimulate blood circulation and wake up gently.
  11. A little cold in the shower: Always finish your shower with a jet of cold water to stimulate blood pressure.
  12. Drink lemon juice
  13. Take part in activities: Take advantage of the season to take a breath of fresh air and take a stroll through pretty orange and brown landscapes.
  14. Do sports: To wake up your body and not to remain in this permanent fatigue, move! Go outside, go for a walk, or just put a blanket or carpet in your living room and make movements; this is the best way out of this seasonal fatigue.
  15. Be busy! : Play games, DIY, write, read ... Do not lock yourself in this bubble of fatigue because the more you stay there the harder you will be to get out. So a little motivation and off you go!