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Restful Ways To Treat Chronic Fatigue

Limit Caffeine Intake

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Since caffeine is a natural stimulant, most individuals would think a cup of coffee or green tea could help patients with chronic fatigue to feel more alert during the day. However, caffeine can also provide the body with energy for a while before the body experiences a crash. Chronic fatigue patients should limit caffeine intake as much as possible. Some individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome will become more tired than they were before having a caffeinated beverage. Once the effects of a cup of coffee or tea wear off, the body is craving more caffeine. Drinking caffeinated beverages can also increase the craving for sugar since most coffee and tea drinks are heavily sweetened. It's best to limit caffeine and to only drink coffee or tea with little or no sugar as needed.

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