11Stamina is important for everyone, from athletes to factory workers and homemakers to office goers.

It means the strength and energy required to get through one’s daily activities without experiencing fatigue and exhaustion.

It may also refer to the ability to sustain prolonged mental effort needed to lead a stress-free life.

Low stamina and dwindling energy can be due to several lifestyle factors. Such factors include a sedentary lifestyle, excess intake of caffeine and alcoholic beverages, use of narcotics, excessive physical activity, poor sleep, too much stress, dehydration and unhealthy eating habits.

Health problems, such as the common cold, allergies, underactive or overactive thyroid, obesity, diabetes, even cancer can also cause low stamina and energy level. Pregnancy can zap one’s energy, too.

Being tired and having lack of stamina and energy after some kind of physical exhaustion is healthy.

However, if you lack stamina most of the time, then it is a matter of concern and should be diagnosed properly.

If you are feeling worn out, you can find renewed vigor and energy with a few simple lifestyle changes and home remedies.

Here are the top 10 home remedies to increase stamina and energy.


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