What to avoid to help with fatigue

 

The bad
Avoid sugary snacks and drinks. Processed foods, most ready meals, cakes and biscuits and pre-cooked meats are full of sugar, preservatives, salt and other additives that may slow you down. So resist the devil on your shoulder telling you that it won’t do you any harm! You may relate more to Deliciously Stella but it’s time to be more Deliciously Ella. (But chocolate lovers, take heart! Dark chocolate supports the work of neurotransmitters that help to balance mood, enjoy in small quantities.)

Cigarettes and alcohol
Oasis sang about them but didn’t mention how they contribute to menopause fatigue. Nicotine and alcohol affect the quality of your sleep, giving you an initial rush but can leave you feeling drained and dehydrated, so disrupting your sleep. Not good news we know but cutting back on nicotine and alcohol will have a beneficial impact on other 

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