7 methods to get rid of fatigue




  • urine 小便
  • vilify 誹謗,中傷 vt.
  • caffeic acid 咖啡酸
  • nightly tipple (習慣少量)飲酒, 含酒飲品
  • dehydrate 使…脫水
  • magnesium 鎂
  • blood glucose 血糖
  • deficiency 缺乏
  • lethargic 昏睡的, 無生氣的, [醫]嗜睡的 synonym: sluggish
  • slump 暴跌
  • siesta 午休
  • sleep inertia 小睡後遲鈍
  • (regain) composure 鎮靜
  • brown rice 糙米
  • drip-feed 靜脈注射
  • melatonin
  • respiratory physiotherapist 呼吸物理治療師
  • diaphragm 橫隔膜,光圈(aperture)
  • inflate/deflate 充氣/放氣
  • inhale/exhale 吸氣/呼氣
  • glide down 滑翔
  • windpipe [醫]氣管
  • theobromine 可可鹹
  • stretch 伸展
  • limbs 四肢


  • Take the edge off
  • … is often vilified
  • … has been clinically proven that
  • suffer with …
  • steady drip-feed of glucose into your bloodstream
  •  glide down your windpipe  滑過你的氣管
  • alternative pick-me-ups


  • Without adequate fluid intake, blood pressure drops, slowing delivery of oxygen to the brain, which can leave you feeling tired.
  • Coffee is often vilified but the caffeic acid it contains is a great way to instantly increase alertness and blood pressure.
  • A nap can take the edge off an afternoon slump, but the duration of a siesta is crucial
  • It has been clinically proven that taking a nap for up to 30 minutes is revitalising
  • Protein slows the speed at which carbohydrates are absorbed, so there will be a steady drip-feed of glucose into your bloodstream
  • If we don’t get enough daylight, our bodies produce too much melatonin, the hormone responsible for making us feel sleepy. Even at dawn, daylight is up to 100 times stronger than the lighting at home and in the workplace.
  • because the blue light emitted suppresses melatonin production
  • By using the diaphragm – the muscle that inflates and deflates the lungs – you inhale and exhale more efficiently. Consciously relax your jaw, throat, shoulders and upper chest.
  • Allow the air to glide down your windpipe as if it’s filling your abdomen. Your tummy – not your chest – should rise gently like a balloon filling with air.
  • Chocolate contains the stimulant theobromine. ‘The chemical is almost identical to caffeine but has a more measured effect on the central nervous system