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Published on March 23, 2017 at 9:30 am

Are you Lazy or Tired

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One of the common problem that most of them face these days is getting tired all the time. You might be exercising regularly, having healthy food and even sleeping properly. But, at the end of the day, you feel tired. Why is that so? All of us have a hectic lifestyle and is not being able to focus on themselves and take care of their health. Consequently, we tend to become victims of laziness.
Laziness, fatigue and tiredness are all correlated, and if you really want to eliminate them, then you need to understand the difference between the three.You cannot consider tiredness as a severe medical condition. But, it certainly has an adverse impact on your everyday performance and social relationships. It is also called as ‘shrama’ in Sanskrit. Tiredness has its origin in ‘vata’ and is mostly caused due to its imbalance. On the contrary, fatigue is caused because of mental or physical stress, which is generated due to sustained tiredness. For instance, if you’re working carefully on the main project for very long and is growing tired every day because of it, ultimately, over a period of a month or two, you begin experiencing fatigue. Since fatigue is produced due to tiredness, it also arises due to an imbalance in ‘vata’.

Some of the primary symptoms of fatigue are as follows:
You might have had a good sleep at night, but you tend to wake up not feeling fresh. You also find it hard to wake up itself.
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You will feel that your stomach is always heavy or bloated. And as with the hunger, you might feel an imbalance in it too. Sometimes you may feel real hungry or else you don’t feel hungry at all.
The two primary things that fatigue hits are your digestive system and your mental health. Since it bothers your mental health, you will shortly find yourself depressed or stressed. It also creates physical stress, which inevitably demands to be taken care of quickly.
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Another important cause of fatigue is a chronic illness like diabetes. A person who has diabetes will feel tired all the time and will not want to do any physical task.

Since this condition is produced due to an irregularity of vata in the body, some herbs and foods can aid in its treatment.

Continuous oil treatment like Shirodhara or oil massage is useful enough to treat tiredness as it stimulates your senses.

You can also combine fruits such as grapes, sugarcane, dates and pomegranate in your diet.

Even though tiredness normally affects your body during the end of the day, laziness is one thing that influences the functioning of the body throughout the day. It doesn’t enable your mind to focus on any physical task and neither do you have the energy to do so. And if your brain is not ready to work properly, our body will not be active.
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Laziness is generated due to an irregularity in ‘kapha’. After a heavy meal or lunch, you might have often felt too lazy to work. This is mainly because of the ‘kabha’. The ‘kabha’ is dominant in that period, and it makes you appear lazy. Also, when you sleep for an extended period of time, you feel lazy. This is also because of the dominance of kapha. You can overcome this laziness by sipping a cup of strong coffee or tea or a tablespoon of honey. Fatigue and laziness are the two conditions that are jointly supportive of each other. If you sense tired for a prolonged period, very shortly, you will begin feeling lazy as well because of its adverse impact on the body.
And, if you appear very lazy, it finally leads to fatigue.

How To Eliminate Laziness, Tiredness, And Fatigue

By performing a few simple things in your regular lifestyle, you can easily cope with the conditions mentioned above. They are as follows:
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1. You need to fix a sleeping schedule and make sure that your body becomes habituated to the timings and you wake up and go to bed at the same time every day.
2. You should not sleep for more than eight hours a day.
3. You have to try to sleep early so that you will be able to wake up early.
4. Try to avoid foods that are oily and fried.
5. Non-vegetarian food is very heavy on the stomach, particularly at night. You can choose chicken or mutton soup as an alternative.
6. Combine fruits in your diet since they are rich in antioxidants and also helps in stimulating the brain and other organs.
7. You can also keep your brain active by solving puzzles or perhaps playing games like chess.

If you follow these steps correctly, it will help you in feeling energetic and fresh. However, even after doing all these things, if you feel tired, then you need to consult a doctor.