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Natural Remedies For Asthenia

Friday, September 16th, 2011

Drowsiness, fatigue and difficulty focusing are some signs that your body goes through when experiencing fatigue spring. Here’s the fastest and most effective solutions and helps give you energy!

1. Outdoor sports do wonders

If you have time, start your morning with a walk or jogging in the park. If the service does not allow you to do this, try to do this evening. Are welcome any activity. Choose swimming, dance, fitness exercises, everything!

2. Goodbye fat, welcome fruit and vegetables!

When winter gives us fewer opportunities on vegetables and fresh food, now there’s nothing to complain. Choose fresh fruits and seasonal vegetables and herbs as a variety of all kinds (parsley, dill, spinach, lettuce, onions, rocket, nettle, Steve, Ramsons). Mix them in salads, put them in blender, cook them! The more diverse and colorful, the better for your health!

3. Choose foods rich in magnesium and iron

The best sources of magnesium are found in: beet, spinach, cooked, boiled chickpeas, dried apricots, white and red beans cooked, boiled corn, broccoli, dandelion raw, baked potatoes, nuts, sunflower seeds, almonds, dried figs , dried dates, prunes, bananas. Iron absorption is stimulated by vitamin C. The best sources of iron: meat, meat, flour fortified with iron and its derivatives, eggs, cumin, oregano, bay leaves, dried parsley, cinnamon, black pepper, paprika, mushrooms , raw coffee beans, wheat germ.

4. Green tea refreshes

Improves energy levels and keeps you in shape during the day.

Causes of Asthenia

Monday, November 10th, 2008

Asthenia is usually the result of chronic disorders of many types. The most common cause of asthenia is anemia, especially when it is ignored and not treated properly. Some other related causes of asthenia are: sleep disorders, stress, depression and anxiety. The emotional factor plays a very important role in the development of this disorder and that is why the long term stress may have damaging effects.

Some other causes of asthenia are: infections, some medications that have powerful side effects, chronic fatigue syndrome and narcotics. Some other diseases are responsible for the development of asthenia: renal and pulmonary disease, heart disease and diabetes. Chemotherapy may also end up in developing asthenia as a side effect, causing more troubles than it is expected from a therapy that should treat other diseases. Fibromyalgia and hypothyroidism are other factors that cause asthenia.

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Asthenia : Overview

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Asthenia is a condition describing a general loss or lack of bodily strength; weakness; debility. It can also be described as lack of or decrease in muscle tissue.

It is used to describe those whose condition is very weak, or one who tires excessively, or becomes extremely weak after minimal activity, or effort.

Types include; myalgic asthenia; neurocirculatory asthenia; periodic asthenia; tropical anhidrotic asthenia.

source : www.asthenia.net