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Recovery after a training session is very important in the life of active people. Its part of the training such as the workout itself. It’s finishing up the training. Activities trigger certain physiologic processes which make us fitter, stronger, better and more resistant to fatigue. All this can only happen when our body is given enough energy and nutrients.

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Who has never experienced some sort of fatigue? Most of the time fatigue is linked to stress or sleep deprivation, in a few cases it’s linked to some medical condition. In athletes, fatigue is often temporary and a result of training load. Once adapted to it we feel less fatigued. However, fatigue may also be related to poor nutrition (e.g. few energy, poor food choices, dehydration). Especially in active people fatigue can turn into a chronic condition and needs further investigation. Sometimes a change in eating habits is enough to increase energy intake and improve performance.

Symptoms linked to fatigue include

  • increased heart rate
  • sleep disturbances
  • depression
  • reduced appetite
  • lack of motivation (in training)
  • decreased performance
  • increased rate of perceived exerction


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Who has never experienced some sort of fatigue? Most of the time fatigue is linked to stress or sleep deprivation, in a few cases it’s linked to some medical condition. In athletes, fatigue is often temporary and a result of training load. Once adapted to it we feel less fatigued. However, fatigue may also be related to poor nutrition (e.g. few energy, poor food choices, dehydration). Especially in active people fatigue can turn into a chronic condition and needs further investigation. Sometimes a change in eating habits is enough to increase energy intake and improve performance.

Symptoms linked to fatigue include

  • increased heart rate
  • sleep disturbances
  • depression
  • reduced appetite
  • lack of motivation (in training)
  • decreased performance
  • increased rate of perceived exerction


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Who has never experienced some sort of fatigue? Most of the time fatigue is linked to stress or sleep deprivation, in a few cases it’s linked to some medical condition. In athletes, fatigue is often temporary and a result of training load. Once adapted to it we feel less fatigued. However, fatigue may also be related to poor nutrition (e.g. few energy, poor food choices, dehydration). Especially in active people fatigue can turn into a chronic condition and needs further investigation. Sometimes a change in eating habits is enough to increase energy intake and improve performance.

Symptoms linked to fatigue include

  • increased heart rate
  • sleep disturbances
  • depression
  • reduced appetite
  • lack of motivation (in training)
  • decreased performance
  • increased rate of perceived exerction

 

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