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  • Fatigue, Lack of Energy, Tiredness & Medicinal Mushrooms

  • Fatigue, Lack of Energy and Tiredness are not actual disease as such, these are just subjective feelings of an individual and can vary in intensity from light to extreme, which is also referred to as exhaustion. This feeling can overtake a person very suddenly or can gradually accumulate over a period.

    There are a few types of Fatigue, Lack of Energy and Tiredness:

    • Normal
    • Acute
    • Prolonged
    • Chronic.
  • Normal Fatigue, Lack of Energy and Tiredness are caused by:

    • Excessive and/or prolonged physical activity
    • Excessive and/or prolonged mental activity
    • Excessive and/or prolonged stressful situation
    • Excessive and/or prolonged crying
    • Lack of quality sleep
    • Lack of proper nutrition
    • Jet lag
    • Overworking
    • Deficit of vitamins and minerals
    • Low or compromised immune system


    This feeling goes away as soon as the person eliminates the above causes.

  • Fatigue, Lack of Energy and Tiredness may be a symptom of some medical conditions and …

    • can onset suddenly or over time,
    • can be moderate or severe,
    • can manifest itself over a short period of time or over prolonged period of time,
    • can occur without any provocation or can be specific to an intervention.
  • The main types of Normal Fatigue, Lack of Energy and Tiredness are physical and mental.

    Physical Fatigue is characterized by the feeling that the muscles are unable to perform as normal and are not in the best physical shape.

    What can cause physical fatigue?

    • Decreased in the drive that is dependable on the state of the central nervous system
    • Lack of energy level in the muscles
    • Decreased in the efficiency of the neuro-muscular connection / transmission
    • Increased levels of serotonin

    Some medical conditions, for example, multiple sclerosis, can manifest themselves as muscle fatigue.

    Mental fatigue is characterized by inability to think and concentrate to full capacity and can be noticeable by:

    • Sleepiness
    • Memory lapses
    • Lack of concentration
    • Inability to focus on a task
    • Easy distraction
    • Attention deficit
    • Lethargy
    • Decreased level of alertness
    • Decrease in physical performance
    • Drowsiness
  • What can cause an Acute Fatigue?

    • Dehydration
    • Low blood sugar level
    • Depression
    • Poisoning
    • Vitamin deficiency
    • Mineral deficiency
    • Onset of common cold
    • Onset of flu
    • Onset of infection
    • Compromised immune system
  • What is Prolonged Fatigue?

    Prolonged Fatigue is caused by same factors as acute fatigue that are not eliminated and continue to persistently manifest themselves for an extended period of time, usually for 2-3 months or even longer.

  • What is Chronic Fatigue?

    Chronic fatigue is mostly persistent and usually lasts for at least six consecutive months.

    Below is the list of some medical conditions that manifest themselves with a chronic fatigue symptom:

    • Alcohol abuse
    • Anemia
    • Arthritis
    • Autism
    • Cancer
    • Celiac disease
    • Depression
    • Diabetes
    • Drug abuse
    • Eating disorder
    • Fever
    • Fibromyalgia
    • Fructose intolerance
    • Heart failure
    • Hemochromatosis
    • HIV
    • Hypothyroidism
    • Infection
    • Irritable bowel syndrome
    • Leukemia
    • Liver failure
    • Lupus
    • Lyme disease
    • Lymphoma
    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Myasthenia gravis
    • Parkinson’s disease
    • Post-concussion syndrome
    • Side effect of some drugs / medications
    • Sleep depravation
    • Sleep disorders
    • Spondyloarthopathy
    • Stroke
    • Uremia
  • Please note, that in cases when there is no underlying medical condition, both physical and mental fatigue are reversible, which means that as soon as the person gets some rest, gets enough quality sleep, gets some relaxation and an infusion of immune boosting supplements, the symptoms go away and the mental and physical state gets back to normal.

    In cases when there is a medical condition that manifest itself with lack of energy, tiredness and fatigue, this would be discussed with the medical doctor. Sometimes a change in medication or the dosage can make a big difference.  

  • The recommended Medicinal Mushrooms:

    Medicinal mushrooms, Cordyceps, Reishi, Maitake and Lion’s Mane, are highly efficient in boosting the energy level, in combating fatigue and reducing tiredness.

    They contain a high level of beta-glucans that help to: 
    - boost the immune system,
    - stimulate the brain function, 
    - improve memory,
    - help concentrate easier on tasks,
    - improve oxygen delivery to brain and lungs, 
    - improve the blood circulation,
    - stimulate the brain function,
    - improve the kidney function,
    - balance the hormone levels,
    - increase the oxygen absorption,
    - improve the liver function,
    - reduce stress level,
    - provide the vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals and more.

    The bio-active properties of medicinal mushrooms help fight and eventually eliminate the symptoms of fatigue and drastically improve the brain function.

     The most outstanding and most valuable property of Lion's Mane mushroom is its ability to stimulate the synthesis of Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) and promote the process of myelination.

    This boosted synthesis of NGF may enhance cognitive function, stimulate the brain function, help manage the stress levels, help prevent nervousness, forgetfulness and early aging process.  

    It is important to take a combination of these medicinal mushrooms because they compliment each other's properties, thus delivering best results.

    Please do not hesitate to contact me and discuss your health issues or any of our MediMushrooms products, as well as the optimum dosages.

    I am here to help,
    Dr Alla.