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211. Building Energy Snack on sunflower seeds
Absorb the stored energy of the sun from a handful of sunflower seeds thrown into muesli or grabbed as a snack for an anti-inertia fix. These seeds are high in B vitamins, which support adrenal function (poor functioning of these glands is associated with lack of energy).
212. Building Energy Tarzan thump
Curl your fingers and lightly tap your breastbone about 5 cm (2 in) below your collar bones. Continue, alternating right and left hands every 20 seconds. This helps stimulate the thymus gland, which can encourage vitality.
213. Building Energy Restorative shoulder massage
After a period of work at a computer screen or a long drive, reenergize your neck and shoulders with this self-massage sequence. Pay attention to areas of tightness and tension. Shake out your hands after the massage.
1. With your right hand knead down the left side of the neck, across the shoulder and down the upper arm. Repeat on the right side.
2. Making a loose fist with your right hand, pummel the top of your left shoulder and back. Repeat, bouncing your left fist over your right side.
3. Interlink fingers and cup the back of your neck. Squeeze and release from where the neck joins the head down to the top of the shoulders.
214. Beating Fatigue
Exercise is very effective at relieving physical and mental fatigue, lifting bad moods and clearing the mind—even in old age. If, however, you find fatigue is persistent and exercise seems not to replenish but to drain you, visit a doctor to check for underlying problems, such as anemia, depression, or thyroid malfunctions.
215. Beating Fatigue Balancing the brain
If you have trouble concentrating, speaking clearly, or get sleepy while reading or using the computer, take 6 drops of the Australian Bush Flower Essence Bush Fuschia. It is recommended to balance the left and right sides of the brain, enabling you to integrate information and communicate more fluently.
216. Beating Fatigue Cross patterning
Crossing the arms and legs is thought by kinesiologists to rebalance the right and left hemispheres of the brain, harmonizing physical and mental energies and lifting exhaustion. Stand up and circle your right arm forward, as if swimming the front crawl. When the movement seems natural, coordinate it with a lift of your left knee. Bring both limbs high, and cross them into the opposite half of the body. Repeat with the left arm and right leg. Finally, and most importantly, work with alternate arms and legs, as if swimming the front crawl while marching on the spot.
217. Beating Fatigue Homeopathic help
At times of stress, or if your sleep has been disturbed, it helps to take regular doses (3–4 daily) of the tissue salt Kali.Phos. This restores the potassium metabolism and is a fantastic tonic for a tired nervous system. Take Arnica 30c twice a day during periods of tiredness from physical overwork or lack of sleep.
218. Beating Fatigue Bach Flower Remedies
The remedy Hornbeam is recommended for when you just can’t drag yourself out of bed or into situations which require your presence. The remedy Olive is appropriate for an altogether more debilitating fatigue, which is overwhelming and the result of overdoing things. Place 2 drops in a glass of water and sip four times a day, or as necessary.
219. Beating Fatigue Turn to t’ai chi
If you are feeling especially burned out or fragile, turn to t’ai chi. The slow and steady flow of movements help conserve energy and work to free up blockages in the body’s energy pathways, or meridians, to allow energy to flow freely again.
220. Beating Fatigue Drink water
Dehydration is a major cause of tiredness. If you find that no matter how much water you drink, you still feel fatigued and suffer from dryness of the skin, eyes, vagina, and bowels, take the homeopathic remedy Nat. Mur 6 c up to three times daily for a few weeks. This can stimulate your body to correct its water balance.


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