Slumping in the evening after dinner, taking a nap after work or feeling generally tired during the times you work. This is the well-known work fatigue. Somewhere your balance between your energy consumption and energy renewal is not in order. Here, you can read what you can do about it.


What is work fatigue?

We already saw the energy dip in the previous blog. The work fatigue is a fatigue that is of a completely different calibre. Specifically, you really use too much energy during your work. Work fatigue is not something that happens occasionally. Everyone gets tired after work sometimes. But with work fatigue we mean a tiredness, which is clearly linked to your work. Tired after work, slumping after dinner, recovering during the weekend, or feeling extra tired during the weekend, in which you have to refuel to feel fresh again on Monday.


Active and passive energy

The body has ready-to-use energy in the sense of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) and energy stored in energy storages. We call the first form the active energy and the second form the passive energy. With work fatigue you have not only used up the active energy. You have also taken a big bite out of your energy supply, especially your glycogen supply. This is the supply that is used first after your active energy. In case of work fatigue it is below the level that it is no longer able to replenish your active energy. As a result, you start to feel tired and need total rest to regain your energy.


The reasons why your energy supply is too low during or after a day's work.

There are three reasons why the level of your energy supply becomes too low.

  1. 1. The first reason is very clear; you simply don't take enough breaks in relation to the strain you put on yourself
  2. 2. The second reason is that your system responds too slowly or too little to your energy demand. This is always due to an overload of your organs, blood circulation and cell functioning. This overload can have many reasons. A previous illness, a bad rhythm of life, poor quality food, too little exercise and pollution of your body by food or the environment in which you live. Often it is a combination of several of these factors. The result of all of these is the same; pollution of your system and that is than reason behind a poorer absorption, conversion and transport of your energy.
  3. 3. Reason number three is that there are too few substances present that trigger all energy processes. These are the enzyme actions made possible by our vitamins and minerals.



The solution; How do I prevent my work fatigue?

You can't solve a work fatigue not as quick as your energy dip. You will really need to take a rest to get the supplies back up. People with a reasonably healthy system can do this with a power nap. This is taking 20-30 minutes of rest, being completely away from it all, to feel fit again afterwards. Most people really need more rest and more measurements.

Everyone should really see work fatigue as a warning that the balance of their life is off. When you can get this clear to yourself, The first thing you need to do is adjusting your rhythm; take more frequent breaks, take longer breaks, divide your workload better. There is a lot you can do in this area. Sit down and make an objective assessment of yourself. If you cannot make enough adjustments to solve this, then your work demand is too high; you are doing the wrong job or you are doing it in the wrong way. In addition to the general rest just mentioned, there are more things necessary to restore and maintain your energy.

Naast de zojuist genoemde algehele rust zijn er nog meer dingen die je kunt doen om je energie op peil te brengen en te houden.


Gentle easygoing movement

Gentle movement such as walking gets your energy moving. The organs for energy production must not come to a standstill and a quiet movement is essential for this. Playing on the couch with your phone or watching TV is not the way.



Energy equals warmth. We are 37 degree creatures and so must always use energy to keep us warm. So you can help your energy very well by warming yourself. A hot-pack on the stomach, for example, not only brings in energy, but also supports the build-up of energy done by the digestive system.



There are always foods that give you more and easy energy, such as carbohydrates such as bread, spaghetti, rice and fruit. Then you have the herbs such as ginseng, jujube and astragalus. However, these can also be converted during work into active energy that you can use immediately. They are especially good for that.


Taiwan Chlorella to cleanse your system

Of course you also have to work on the big cleaning and maintenance in the sense of regular cleansing and replenishment of minerals and vitamins.

Taiwan Chlorella cleans up all waste in your body. Not only the snails of your digestion and conversion, but also the substances with which you never do anything and which are harmful, such as heavy metals and carcinogenic substances. This way your intestines, your liver, your kidneys, your lungs and your blood can function cleanly again, and absorb, convert and transport substances in a clear way.

Taiwan Chlorella provides all your vitamins and minerals.

Taiwan Chlorella also provides all the necessary vitamins and minerals. Everything you need to restore and store your energy. The whole range of vitamins, minerals, omega fatty acids can be found in Taiwan Chlorella in the form that you can absorb them completely healthy.


Taiwan Chlorella is 100% natural

And Taiwan Chlorella is of course a 100% natural product. This means that it is never forced upon your body, but taken in naturally This in comparison with your multivitamin pill; you only absorb a small percentage of your chemically composed vitamin pill, because it has to be broken down forcibly. It puts a strain on the liver and kidneys, and it also leaves pollution behind. Very different from a natural vitamin from Taiwan Chlorella.


Three types of being tired

There are three types of being tired;

The energy dip, which we saw last time, the work fatigue, which we discussed now, and the chronic fatigue. All of them show a lack of energy and in that sense they are the same. For the backgrounds, all three are completely different. In our next blog we will look at chronic fatigue and burn-out.


Do you have a personal question or do you want personal advice? Mail us at info@taiwanchlorella. eu

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