Spring asthenia: when the change of season takes your energy

Have you felt fatigued, tired or physically and mentally discouraged in recent days? This happens to many people with the arrival of September and spring.

Although for many it is the most pleasant season of all, the changes that occur at this time of the year can be difficult for our body. The transition to longer and warmer days can be a challenge for the organism, and the effects of this condition are known as spring asthenia.

Asthenia is the medical term to refer to fatigue, and when it appears frequently around the beginning of spring, it is said that a person suffers from spring asthenia.

Although it may seem unusual, it is actually a temporary disorder, common in populations between 20 and 50 years old, which especially affects women.


– Tiredness and sleepiness during the day

– Lack of energy and motivation

– Sleep disturbances

– Irritability and anxiety

– Loss of appetite

– Headache

Concentration problems

How to fight fatigue spring?

  • Do physical activity

It is advisable to do it at least three times a week between 30 and 60 minutes. It is one of the best ways to maintain vitality.

  • Eat a balanced diet

Food is the fundamental basis of a healthy lifestyle. Eating correctly increases our defenses and strengthens our body.

  • Sleep well

Sleep repairs cell damage suffered during the day. It is better to avoid excessive sleepiness and rest for six to eight hours a day.

  • Avoid tobacco, alcohol, caffeine and sugars

They weaken the immune system and can compromise your well-being.

  • Try to reduce stress

Anxiety and stress also weaken your immune system. Try to remain calm and pay attention only to the problems and situations that are truly necessary.

  • Keep hydrated

Hydration helps your body stay in optimal condition and more easily eliminate toxins.

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Spring asthenia can be a debilitating condition that hinders your daily functioning, and can be treated gradually with the introduction of healthy habits that strengthen your immune system.

And you, have you ever suffered from spring asthenia? What did you do to fight it?

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