“Al-Shehri” answers and clarifies the solution • Al-Marsad Newspaper

Al-Marsad newspaper: The family doctor, Dr. Saud Al-Shehri, answered a question saying: “Doctor, I always get chronic lethargy and apathy, and my memory and concentration are low, what is the reason for that.”

the reasons

Al-Shehri said, during a video clip on Twitter: “Some diseases settle chronic lethargy, one has uncontrolled diabetes, and one has anemia, or laziness in the thyroid gland, and the person may suffer from a bacterial or viral infection, or he has a chronic and unpleasant sore throat. Or an infection in the tract or an abscess in the gums, these infections consume the body’s energy.”

He continued, “A person may not sleep enough hours at night, so he must sleep from 6 to 8 hours at night, and whoever does not sleep at night does not reach the degree of deep sleep that is very necessary for your health and activity.”

He continued, “The person may not drink enough water, from 2.5 to 3.5 liters within 24 hours, or excessive coffee, which is also a reason. We should not exceed two cups of coffee per day, and the person may have a problem with food.”


He continued: “You must get vitamin D, which is found in the sun, and B vitamins of 9, 6, 12, which are found in meat, and vitamin E, which is important for energy and curbing the effects of stress and stress. Magnesium and potassium are very important for energy production, and we find them in leafy vegetables and fruits.” .

Al-Shehri pointed out that selenium is very important for fighting diseases and transforming thyroid hormones, and iron and protein are important for making red blood cells.

He concluded his speech with the necessity of adjusting the digestive system that will absorb these things, stomach acid, and cutting sugar completely, taking lemon or apple cider vinegar, if you have an ulcer, avoiding fast food, and eating bone broth that is beneficial for the body.


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