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21 Home Remedies for Curing Weakness

Generally, weakness can be defined as extreme lack of energy or feeling lethargic or tired. Weakness makes you so sluggish and drowsy that it becomes difficult for you to carry out your daily activities. Some other symptoms of weakness involve loss of appetite, excessive sweating, difficulty in falling asleep and lack of concentration.

There can be a number of reasons for weakness such as lack of essential nutrients, a weak immune system, incomplete sleep, excessive intake of alcohol, smoking, emotional stress, skipping meals, and too much physical labor and drastic change in lifestyle.

Here are some simple home remedies that can make you feel more energetic and rejuvenated.

Home Remedies for Weakness

1. Bananas

Bananas contain natural sugars like glucose, sucrose and fructose that give you a quick energy boost up. Bananas have high amount of potassium that converts sugar into energy. Whenever you feel weak, eat one or two bananas. You can also try banana shake or smoothie.

2. Milk

Milk is a rich source of vitamin B that reduces weakness. It is also a good source of calcium that keeps your bones strong. Whenever you feel lethargic, drink a cup of warm milk with one teaspoon of honey in it. Alternatively, you can also add 1 teaspoon of licorice powder in warm milk. Drink it two times in a day.

Note – Consult your doctor before taking licorice, on a regular basis, as it may increase blood pressure in some people.

3. Strawberries

Intake in form of juice, or eat plain or combine with other fruits, strawberries provide you with huge energetic. It enhances immunity and repair tissues of the body.

4. Almonds

Almonds are packed with vitamin E and magnesium that makes you feel energetic. These dried fruits convert fat, protein, and carbohydrate into energy. Every day soak 2 almonds in water overnight. In the morning, remove the skin of almonds, and eat them. You can also eat roasted almonds, whenever you feel fatigued.

  • A handful of nuts like walnuts, raisins, etc., are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids and release energy quickly. Natural sugar in these nuts keeps you going for the whole day.
  • Eat 4-5 dates every day, in order to reload the lost energy.

5. Indian Gooseberry

Indian gooseberry is a nutritious fruit that improves the energy level. It is a very good source of vitamin C, protein, irons, calcium, carbohydrates, and phosphorous. It strengthens your immune system. It is recommended to eat one Indian gooseberry daily. You can also grind them in a juicer and take them with honey.

6. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has been used in making food and medicines for centuries, around the globe. It is easy to digest, boosts up metabolism, and increases energy as well. Coconut oil stimulates the thyroid gland and balances hormones. You can use coconut oil for daily preparation of your food.

7. Acupressure

It is a touch therapy that uses pressure on some specific body points for reviving the body. Putting pressure on the points between the eye brows, shoulder muscle 1-2 inches from the side of the lower neck, below the kneecap, on the outer part of the chest, three finger widths below the belly button, etc., can relieve general weakness.

8. Oats

Oats are the great components to boost up the energy. It is loaded with carbohydrates and fiber that help prevent hunger cramps. Magnesium and phosphorus in oats have the ability to put off fatigue and tiredness.

9. Garlic

Garlic has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties that repair weak immune system.  One can consume raw garlic clove on daily basis.

10. Warm up and Exercise

Regular exercise and simple physical activities strengthen your stamina and increase your muscle strength. Morning time is the best for exercise. Daily warm up and stretching for 15 minutes will keep you fresh and energetic. Yoga and meditation are also a great way to keep your energy levels high.

11. Water

Dehydration can lead to tiredness, so drink plenty of water, juice, milk, or other liquid beverages, in order to stay hydrated. Vitamin A, C, and B1 in fruit juices energize you.

  • Prepare a drink of glucose powder and a pinch of salt in water. Add lemon juice for taste. Drink this as often as required.
  • A blend of tomato and apple juice can prevent weakness.
  • Carrot juice is also a good energy booster.

12. Yogurt

Protein present in yogurt releases energy, and natural sugar boosts your energy levels. It makes you feel fuller for long time, and also gives you a boost of instant energy.

Note – If you are suffering from cold or some throat infection, you should avoid intake of yogurt.

13. Mangoes

Since this juicy fruit is a good source of antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and dietary fiber, it assures optimal health. The iron contents enable one to overcome anemia. Starch in mangoes provides instant energy when it gets transformed into sugar.

  • Sprinkle rose water, cardamom, a pinch of saffron and honey on mango slices and have them.

14. Coffee

Consumption of coffee in moderate amount keeps you active and energetic all through the day. It accelerates endurance and improves the rate of metabolism.

Note – Intake of more than 2 cups of coffee, in a day, increases the risk of insomnia and anxiety.

15. Eggs

Eggs are enriched in riboflavin, folic acid, vitamin A, iron and protein. Having eggs in breakfast is a perfect start of a healthy day. You can include egg sandwich, green vegetables, omelette with cheese or boiled egg in your regular diet.

16. Sprouts

Consumption of sprouts provides the needed amount of protein and energy to your body.

Herbal Remedies for Weakness

17. Herbal Tea

A soothing cup of herbal tea provides you with extra nutrients and taste. Herbal tea made from holy basil, honey and lemon juice can effectively minimize the symptoms of weakness. Simply boil 10 leaves of holy basil in a cup of water. Let it boil for a few minutes, then, strain. Add lemon and honey for flavor.

18. Withania Somnifera (Ashwagandha)

It is an anti-inflammatory agent that enhances immune system and prevents occurrence of fatigue by nourishing brain cells. You can take 3-4 grams of ashwagandha per day. Alternatively, mix its powder in warm milk and drink it.

19. Ginseng

Ginseng is a powerful antioxidant that gives you energy whenever you feel exhausted. This herb has been known for centuries. Its soothing and calm nature will relieve your nerves instantly. Cut thin slices of ginseng root. Then, boil 8 to 10 slices in 3 cups of water, for 15 minutes on medium heat. Strain the solution, add a little honey and allow it to cool. Drink one to three cups of ginseng tea daily.

Note – This remedy is not recommended for people suffering from high blood pressure.

20. Gingko Biloba 

It is the best herbal remedy that cures fatigue, tiredness, low energy and weakness. It also improves blood circulation and revitalizes your body.

  • You can add Ginkgo biloba powder to yogurt, smoothies, or can combine it with any other super foods, for better results.

Note – If you are on some other medication, consult a doctor before taking this.

21. Ginger

Mix equal quantity of ginger juice and lime juice. Add 1 gram of rock salt to it. Put this solution in sunlight for 3 days. Take 1 teaspoon everyday to improve the appetite and overcome weakness.

Do’s

  • Sleep for at least 6-8 hours.
  • Take a break from daily routine, if feeling very weak.
  • Eat the right amount of food.
  • A warm shower before going to bed or after work can make you feel relaxed and refreshed.

Don’ts

  • Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so never skip it.
  • Avoid cigarette smoking, caffeine, alcohol and tobacco and illegal drugs.
  • Avoid exposure to sun and hot surroundings.

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