The day’s weather forecast predicts morning temperatures ranging from 13 to 18 degrees Celsius, with the afternoon reaching 19 to 28 degrees Celsius. Inland regions can expect hotter temperatures above 25 degrees Celsius. Most parts of the country will experience clear skies, although central regions may become overcast starting from the evening. Rain is expected tomorrow, on the 26th. If you have outdoor activities planned, it’s advisable to check the weather forecast in advance.
Today’s Health: As the midday heat persists, more people are experiencing a lethargic feeling after lunch. Could it be spring fatigue?
Spring fatigue refers to the symptoms of drowsiness that occur during the transitional season of March to May. It is a sense of fatigue that arises from adapting to new temperatures, humidity, and other environmental factors, rather than being a specific illness.
Since spring fatigue typically lasts less than a month, if persistent fatigue and excessive drowsiness continue, it is worth considering other underlying medical conditions. Fatigue can be caused by various factors, such as anemia or other blood disorders, endocrine disorders like diabetes, cardiovascular diseases including high blood pressure, renal diseases like chronic kidney failure, viral infections, or even mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.
If you find it difficult to overcome chronic fatigue despite maintaining a balanced diet, sufficient sleep, and regular exercise, it is essential to assess your mental well-being and manage stress levels. If psychological factors are not the cause, it is advisable to check for any specific underlying physical conditions.
If you suspect simple spring fatigue, incorporate a variety of fresh seasonal foods, including spring greens, into your diet. Engage in physical activity at least three times a week. Maintain a consistent waking time in the morning, and if you feel drowsy during the day, limit daytime naps to around 10 minutes without making them too long. Disrupting your sleep at night due to excessive napping can perpetuate a vicious cycle of low daytime energy and insomnia during the night.