How to fight against the ‘spring fatigue syndrome’?

How to fight against the ‘spring fatigue syndrome’?
 

When the spring comes, many of us start feeling sadness, stress and tiredness. This oppressive, bad-mood atmosphere is often called ‘the spring fatigue syndrome’.

 

Doctors say that this particular condition mostly appears because of a lack of vitamins and trace elements, so people are recommended start taking vitamins. In particular, after consulting your family doctor, you should start taking B group vitamins, such as brewer’s yeast, which is known to be an excellent source of B vitamins that will strengthen your immune system and help to cope with stress.

In addition, people should also exhilarate their organism with the help of honey: eating one spoon of honey three times a day is recommended. You can also start taking royal jelly as well. If you feel very tired, make a drink from the honey: mix one teaspoon of honey, a quarter teaspoon of salt and 300 ml of cold boiled water. In this way, sugar of honey will be absorbed very easily and will provide you the energy very quickly, so drink it as much as you need.

Spring fatigue may also reduce your capacity to work on, so make a mixture from 4 lemons with their zest and 4 garlic cloves. Blend them, add 2 liters of cold boiled water and put everything in the refrigerator. Let it stand for 2 days. Before you start taking it, put some honey to give the taste. You should drink a quarter of glass of this mixture half an hour before your breakfast for 2-3 weeks. Don’t be afraid of garlic odor – it will be neutralized by lemons.

Since the spring fatigue appears, you should also pay attention to such herbs as Echinacea or Ginseng.

If you have lost your appetite and strengths, make a drink from the Rose hip and Rowan berries: take 2 tablespoons of each of them, pour two glasses of boiling water and boil everything for 10 minutes on a low heat. Then pour this drink into the container and leave in a dark cool place for 4 hours. Drink half a cup of this mixture 2-3 times a day.

 

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