Anti Fatigue

Tiredness is usually due to lack of sleep, physical or emotional stress, or overwork, and is common premenstrually and during early pregnancy and the menopause. It can be related to anaemia, which is normally due to iron deficiency, but can also be caused by a deficiency of other vitamins and minerals, particularly vitamin B12. Tiredness can be a side-effect of drugs, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine and too much vitamin A. It may also follow illness, physical injury or an operation.

Fatigue with great anxiety


  • Swollen glands in the groin and neck
  • Joint pain
  • Burning pain inside the head
  • Abdominal cramps and a bloated stomach
  • Thrush
  • Inability to sleep
  • Weakness from the slightest physical exertion
  • Panic attacks because of poor memory
  • A feeling of not being able to function and concern that others will notice
  • Fear of insanity

Remedy & dosage: Calc. carb., take 30c twice a day for up to 14 days. If beneficial, repeat the dose.

Fatigue with restlessness


  • Constantly feeling cold with joint and muscle pain
  • Aching and burning all over from stiffness
  • Numb fingers and toes
  • Weakness and dizziness from the slightest exertion
  • Faintness in the morning
  • Tendency to migraines, loose bowels, tired eyes and blurred vision
  • Anxiety and panic attacks with a poor memory, sleeplessness and breathlessness

Remedy & dosage: Arsen. alb., take 30c twice a day for up to 14 days. If beneficial, repeat the dose.

Fatigue with irritability


  • Extreme chilliness
  • Aches all over with joint pain
  • Tense muscles
  • Indigestion, especially 30 minutes after eating, with flatulence and constipation
  • Frequent waking in the early hours of the morning and difficulty returning to sleep
  • Faintness on waking
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Critical of others

Remedy & dosage: Nux vomica, take 30c twice a day for up to 14 days. If beneficial, repeat the dose.

Self-help treatments

Increase the amount of sleep you get at night, and, if possible, take an afternoon nap. If fatigue is due to overwork and stress, take some time off. Avoid caffeine. Take extra iron, a multivitamin and mineral supplement and vitamin B12.


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