That concludes the section of the blog known as "Mad, Sad, Tired, or Anxious: How to Make the Bad Feelings Go Away." You can purchase it as a book here.
Adderall is great for fatigue. There are other stimulant options but Adderall is the most popular.
I've grouped them together just because I'm showing the same study to support their use. The study showed that these two essential oils could reduce the fatigue of nurses working their shifts.
Do you have fatigue that has lasted longer than six months, can't be explained by an underlying medical condition, and worsens with any physical or mental exertion but doesn't get better with rest? Those are its primary identifiers. If you experience those things, then it's worth seeing if you experience any of these other things:
Several studies show ashwagandha to be effective with mild fatigue, at the very least.
Fatigue can be a life-ruining problem to deal with. When you're drained of all energy and just want to sink into a chair like a brick, like a beached whale, and all you can do in frustration is moan. But fatigue can effect everyone differently and with different frequencies. There must be something we can … Continue reading Introduction to Fatigue
Fatigue is a common symptom of many things. It's also a common side-effect for medications. Make sure nothing like that is going on, or if it is, that you know about it and are aware that you're dealing with it.
Medications for anger often target anger indirectly, typically having a calming effect. It's not quite as common to use medications for anger as it is for other issues, such as depression and anxiety. Nonetheless, it's often necessary and is nothing to be ashamed of.
There are many essential oils for anger. Essential oils by nature calm you down just by their pleasant aroma, so it could be argued that they're all essential oils for anger. But, putting that thought aside, I will be listing the essential oils that are especially effective for dealing with anger.
Marshmallow Root is a supplement for anger and is meant to calm and soothe you. Further studies are needed to confirm these speculations. L-tyrosine has the potential to make you more amiable by increasing dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine. I've worked with people where this did nothing for them, and I've worked with people whose lives were changed dramatically by the increase in energy and positivity.