>>14123993 Eat fermented foods (vinegars, pickles, sauerkraut; all vitamin K sources) and take vitamins supplements (B and E, if you have insomnia then add D3). Cruciferous vegetables and some fruits like pomegranate, dark berries and coconut have anti oxidant capabilities. Wanted to have a dessert; try honey or chocolate. Eat eggs and add carrot to salads.
There are spices which can help you but I have no idea. Also I'm not a medfag, trusting me or not is your choice.
>>14124355 Also if you are having insomnia, low quality sleep and general tiredness, it's generally an effect of lacking certain minerals. Try to supplement for minerals by drinking lots of water (being dehydrated is the major problem), mineral waters (some call it soda water) or eating potatoes and banana or other high mineral fruits and vegetables.
If you can't have a good sleep that means something like coffee or alcohol depletes your mineral levels via urinating. Cut off coffee and alcohol, have a good diet , have slow walks for 20 mins daily and see if your chronic tiredness improves.
>>14124356 >I'd think coffee would fix that. True but more than 2 cups a day would cause anxiety in the long run. (source: myself)
>>14124377 >especially weight lifting not necessary
>>14124355 addition: if you think you can't benefit from fermented foods then look into; blackpepper, mint and garlic. Combine them with some vitamin C source (tablet or some oranges, lemons) and voila. You'll get energy to keep you going.
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