HEALTH TIPS : Fatigue is there all the time, so there may be a lack of these things in the body, do not ignore
It is natural to be tired. If a person does more work or exercise, running, etc., there is a problem of fatigue, but many people often have the problem of fatigue and lethargy. Actually, they cannot feel the energy from inside. Because of this, he does not feel like doing any work. There can be many reasons behind frequent fatigue, including lack of sleep, unhealthy lifestyle and poor diet, etc. Experts say that there are certain hours of sleep according to the age of a person. If they lack in it then there may be a problem of fatigue. Apart from this, sometimes excessive sleep also becomes a cause of fatigue. But if you feel tired all the time, it could be a sign that your body lacks an essential nutrient. Let's know about it...
Being tired and weak all the time is a sign that there is a lack of iron in the body. In fact, due to its deficiency, people get anemia disease. Therefore, people should include red meat, salmon fish, beans, seeds, broccoli, and green vegetables in their diet, so that iron deficiency can be met.
Vitamin D deficiency
Feeling tired all the time or too much can be a sign of vitamin D deficiency in the body. Its deficiency increases the risk of bone diseases such as osteoporosis, heart diseases, diabetes, and eye diseases. Therefore, do not let it decrease in the body and include milk, curd, cheese, tomato, peas, radish, cabbage, and egg yolk in your diet.
Feeling tired or lethargic can also be a sign of calcium deficiency in the body, which should not be ignored. Actually, calcium is a very important nutrient for our body, which is helpful in maintaining strong bones and teeth. To fulfill its deficiency, soybean, broccoli, sesame, gram, spinach, and milk-curd, etc. should be consumed.
Frequent physical and mental fatigue can be a symptom of magnesium deficiency in the body. Its deficiency can lead to diseases like type-2 diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis. Therefore, you must include whole grains, dry fruits, dark chocolate, and green leafy vegetables in your diet.
Note: Dr. Parvesh Malik is a Physician and is currently working at Cygnus Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Panipat. Dr. Malik has completed his ABBS from Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Health Sciences and Research Mullana, Haryana. He also did MD in General Medicine. Prior to working at Cygnus Maharaja Agrasen Hospital, Panipat, Dr. Parvesh worked as a Junior Resident at MM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Maharishi Markandeshwar University.
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