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Most Effective Ways to Cope with Fatigue and Tiredness

  • Looking initially at Covid-19 and lockdown, do you think people’s energy levels have been adversely affected and if so, what factors do you put that down to?

The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has triggered a number of stressors associated with social isolation, unemployment, child care challenges, existential fears and uncertainty that burden the mental health. The chronic stress associated with the current pandemic increased the production of stress hormones (Cortisol, Adrenaline and Noradrenaline) eventually leading to the deficiency of these hormones. The problem is that since our adrenal glands have to make stress hormones so often they finally get exhausted and are unable to produce enough of these hormones to maintain various body functions thus triggering unpleasant symptoms including fatigue. Because the adrenal glands influence many parts of the body and systems, symptoms of adrenal fatigue can mimic many symptoms and health problems that are often misdiagnosed. Fortunately, there are many ways that are very effective in coping with fatigue caused by chronic stress and other factors such as nutritional deficiencies.

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Can Vitamin D Help Combat Covid-19

There is a constantly growing amount of research which suggests that a lack of vitamin D greatly contributes to the weakness of the immune system and its inability to overcome viral infections including Covid-19.

– For instance, according to the new medical research by I. Pugach and S. Pugach, there is a “Strong Correlation Between Prevalence of Severe Vitamin D Deficiency and Population Mortality Rate from COVID-19 in Europe (>).

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Help Immune System Combat Coronavirus

There are foods, herbs, nutritional supplements, and a healthy lifestyle factors that can help destroy or weaken coronavirus. In addition, they will stimulate the immune system to be much more effective in killing these pathogens.

TAKE THE FOLLOWING:

Vitamin D3 (not D2): 5000IU after breakfast (as a prevention); 30,000IU as soon as you notice symptoms of viral infection (continue this dose for 2-3 weeks, not longer than one month). After the recovery return to the maintenance daily dose of 3,000IU to 5,000IU. Vitamin D is the strongest immune system booster. If you are deficient in this vitamin (without supplementation all of us are), your immune system is very weak and unable to protect you against coronavirus.

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