What does chronic fatigue indicate
Our normal state is healthy and active. Those who are often tired should understand this as a sign from the body that it needs attention. Tiredness in the evening is normal - the body demands regeneration and it gets it in sleep. However, anyone who is constantly and repeatedly tired and sleepy should understand this as a warning signal.
Chronic fatigue is often a sign of illness, but sometimes it is also due to diet or simply a lack of sleep. But what many people don't realise is that lack of exercise can also be the cause of chronic fatigue.
Tired due to too little exercise
Peopleoften find themselves in a vicious circle: if you are constantly tired and listless, you lack energy and the ability to perform, your quality of life is impaired and the fatigue leads you to be even less active. But this only increases the problems. Lack of exercise is one of the main causes of many health problems. If CirculationIf blood circulation and metabolism are not stimulated and joints and muscles are not challenged, many bodily functions will slacken. This can go so far that chronic diseases such as the metabolic syndrome develop. Every muscle contraction provides elementary stimuli to the brain and for the release of messenger substances that the organism constantly needs to remain functional and efficient.
Only those who move, move something!
If it has been medically clarified that there is no illness behind the great fatigue, a lot can be achieved by changing one's lifestyle habits to combat the constant tiredness and listlessness.
When it comes to exercise, it doesn't even have to be sport. It is important to exercise regularly. If you move regularly and are physically active - even at a low level - you maintain the efficiency of the body's organs and structures in the long term. The best thing is to integrate exercise into everyday life. Wherever possible. Even if you have to actively look for these opportunities to move. For example, it helps a lot to leave the car behind more often and walk or take the bicycle, to climb stairs instead of taking the lift and to go for a walk, walk or jog regularly. Every form of exercise gets the circulation going and stimulates the metabolism and blood flow. Every movement releases hormones, enzymes and other messenger substances. The constant tiredness quickly subsides and you have new power and energy. A wonderful side effect: you automatically consume more energy.
Light exercise helps against chronic fatigue
We spend most of the day sitting. Sitting is the biggest enemy of everyday movement - at least as long as you sit on rigid chairs. However, there are chairs that have been proven to enable more than twice as much movement while sitting as conventional office chairs: e.g. the 3D active chair Swopper from Aeris. Thanks to its patented 3D technology, the Aeris Swopper challenges and encourages people's intuitive movements and thus healthy, active sitting with frequent changes of position. The principle is as simple as it is ingenious: the chair follows the movements of the body and not vice versa. The result: natural sitting, controlled swaying, combined with posture-optimising lateral, forward and backward movements.
The Aeris Swopper - just like any other active chair from Aeris - strengthens the back and trains the muscles while sitting. Thanks to vertical swinging through the spring and lateral flexibility through the 3D movement element, intervertebral discs, tendons and joints stay fit. The convex seat promotes a free and upright posture, oppressive seat edges are avoided. All this together promotes blood circulation, mobility and concentration - and is simply good for you. A perfect recipe against chronic fatigue caused by lack of exercise.