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Temporary stress and tiredness

Last publication: 10/07/2012


Stress and various tensions generate temporary fatigue in many individuals. There are solutions to overcome these stressful moments, which are often accompanied by temporary fatigue

My anti-burnout rules

  • Rule no. 1: I learn to understand and respect my limits. I don't ask my body to do more than it is capable of and I reduce stress triggers.
  • Rule no. 2: I move around regularly. Physical exercise is one of the ways to get rid of tension so long as it is not taken to the point of exhaustion.
  • Rule no. 3: I get enough rest. Good stress management requires good handling of moments of rest and recuperation. Why not have a nap from time to time? About twenty minutes is generally enough to perk oneself up!

Stress and various tensions generate temporary tiredness in many individuals.

It should be noted, however, that active women are more prone to burnout. In reality, they have to "juggle" work, homework and children! Everything gets muddled together and finally leads to a sensation of "overflow".

There are solutions to overcome these stressful moments, which are often accompanied by temporary tiredness.

INTELLECTUAL BURNOUT

Every day, different factors come together and can lead to a stressful state. Insatisfactions, frustrations or professional/personal stresses lead to burnout.

HOW CAN IT BE OVERCOME?

With a healthy lifestyle, particularly in terms of diet. First start the day with a complete and balanced breakfast (dairy products, fruit, cereal). Say goodbye to the quick coffee on the way to work! At lunchtime, a simple yet nutritious meal to keep you going until dinner, which should be light, for a good night's sleep.

Starving at tea time? Think fresh fruit!

To limit stress and tiredness, avoid excesses: alcohol, caffeine, sugar and fat should all be taken in moderation... Place more emphasis on green vegetables, fruit and water!

Physical activity should be gradual and adapted to your endurance and health

PHYSICAL BURNOUT

This mainly affects sedentary city dwellers who let loose at the weekend in order to make up for their lack of physical activity during the week.

Result: considerable muscular fatigue and a risk of injury when activity is too sustained.

HOW SHOULD PHYSICAL FATIGUE BE MANAGED?

Be reasonable, listen to your body. Physical exercise should be gradual and adapted to your endurance and health.

Next, to be sure to stay in shape, think about vitamins, minerals and stimulating plants to help rediscover tone and vitality, for a body that's on top form!

Stress and tiredness

It should be noted, however, that active women are more prone to burnout

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