Fatigue is hormonal imbalance signified as a state of tiredness, lethargy for a long period of time. It usually strikes women between an age of 30 and 50 and prevents menopause and perimenopause. Women are naturally more vulnerable to gender-specific biological vulnerabilities due to female specific hormonal fluctuations, environmental stress magnifies the fatigue.
Iron deficiency, and essential vitamins due to lack of appetite typically cause women to feel exhausted much of the time. Pregnant ladies and new mothers need to look after themselves to make sure they have enough vitamins and minerals in their diet. Not only is it an opportunity to get enough exposure, but it is also an opportunity to care about yourself. Women often feel fainted during pregnancy due to frequent hormonal changes, lack of enough oxygen or enough blood during pregnancy. Slowing the movement of the body while sitting or lying can help to cope with fatigue.
Fatigue may be a sign of a medical condition for which medication is necessary, and it could indicate prenatal depression with symptoms such as lack of interest, feeling of distress. Brain is filled with thoughts and concerns about giving birth and looking after a little boy, and it is natural to feel exhausted and tired as the body often experiences a number of changes.
Women's attention is split here and there, as they have children to look after at home. It's okay not to hurry too hard and take a break whenever possible, hiring someone to help with housework helps recover the strength. Especially when you are dealing with stressful circumstances, it's natural to feel tempted to sleep for longer hours but when you overdo the dozing it makes you feel much more tired. Doing relaxed activities such as meditation or deep breathing in the evening hours will keep you energetic and regenerate your wellbeing.
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Emotional stress because of personal or financial problems, lack of control over life and fear of the future consumes a fair share of energy. Naturally, society expects women to do more, particularly single mothers who lack adequate social support and are financially unprivileged, having a very busy schedule and many stressors make them feel overly tired altogether.
Long naps in the middle of the night can wake you up, so daytime naps should not last longer than half an hour. And if a daytime nap is necessary every day, a fixed schedule should be set for the same. This also helps to maintain a set schedule for going to bed and waking up in the morning. Keeping a check of the times you're least and most energetic could help organize your day properly by planning intense activities for the times you're most energetic at. Often it's appropriate to seek support and accept the help offers from friends and family. Online support groups and discussion boards can provide essential information for managing tiredness.
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