How To Get Rid Chronic Fatigue

Chronic fatigue or lack of energy is a problem that afflicts more people. The causes can be diverse, from malnutrition to excessive stress, or certain diseases.

The causes may sometimes be completely undetectable.

Although not diagnosed among us so often, there is a disease called chronic fatigue syndrome.

The disease is different from an ordinary fatigue and to diagnose it is necessary to rule out the possibilities that these are some other diseases or nutritional deficiencies.

This syndrome is diagnosed only if you have fatigue for 6 months or more.

The symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome

The disease is characterized by fatigue without any effort. It is often accompanied by pain in the joints or muscles, and sometimes headaches.

Scientists still do not know the real cause. It is speculated that the disease is caused by a viral infection, while others believe that it comes to immune problems, and a third that is a psychological disease.

The classic symptoms are:

Fatigue and lethargy for a period of 6 months or more (fatigue does not improve much even after sleep)

Fatigue causing significant reduction in a person’s activities

Deteriorating memory and concentration

Muscle pain

Extreme fatigue after exertion

Frequent sore throats

New kind of headache that have not yet experienced

Secondary symptoms that often occur:

Nausea and common diarrhea

The cold or night sweats

Shortness of breath

Light sensitivity


Irritability and anxiety

What can cause chronic fatigue?

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is actually quite rare, and it’s very possible that fatigue is due to some other reason. Some of the causes may be:



Problems with the thyroid gland



Lack of certain vitamins

The doctor must rule out all of these options to bring the diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome.

Natural treatment of fatigue

Whether you have chronic fatigue syndrome or fatigue for whatever reason, there are many natural remedies and methods to combat fatigue.


Although this is the last thing that comes to mind when you’re constantly tired, exercise is very important for the strength and resistance of the body.

If your fatigue comes from over-exertion, then ignore this step, but often  fatigue comes just because the person is not moving much.

When you train you can start with small so that you will avoid greater fatigue. Take a walk outside for at least 10 minutes.

When you return home, you will probably be refreshed and the “fog” will disappear from the head. Later, try 30 minutes of walking a day.

After that, try intense exercise such as running. Exercise is proven to enhance mood, stimulates the growth of new brain cells and is good for the heart.


Stop eating empty calories such as candy, snacks and sodas. Such food gives you a short-term energy because it is rapidly processed, but after that your energy level is dropping rapidly.

Instead of snacks, eat peanuts or nuts that have a lot of vitamins and minerals. Such food is processed up to 3 hours and gives you a uniform level of energy throughout the 3 hours.

If you do not get fed abundantly in fruits and vegetables for whatever reason, then at least buy a multivitamin to cover any shortfall that may occur due to poor diet.


Make sure you have a good mattress and pillow and airy room. Sleep as much as you need. Even a little lack of sleep of 1-2 hours can negatively affect concentration and memory, especially when the lack of sleep is repeated day after day.


One of the symptoms of magnesium deficiency is tiredness and lethargy. That is why you magnesium supplementation could help fight chronic fatigue.

You can also try consuming magnesium- rich foods such as almonds, peanuts, spinach, soy.

Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

As already mentioned, this is a severe form of chronic fatigue, which still has no known cause. Some people cannot be cured even after a treatment, but there are treatments that reduce symptoms in many patients:

Moderate training (starting in light intensity and gradually increases after a while)

Small doses of antidepressants


Healthy Eating

For people suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, it is important to avoid stress because it can worsen the condition of the disease.

It is also important that people adjust their lives in accordance with their capabilities.

That means you need to have your pace that will not exceed a certain limit efforts but will still allow you to do something useful.

As great effort leads to physical fatigue and idleness, boredom and inaction can lead to mental fatigue.