Stop Tiredness for Spanish

February 22, 2010

There is a “stop tiredness” for Spanish.  It is an ebook that is completely written in Spanish and helps people who suffer from constant tiredness and low energy.  The ebook is basically the Spanish version of the popular program.  The Spanish version can be found at cansancio excesivo and the entire site is in Spanish.

You can also find Spanish Stop Tiredness blogs on the internet if you read Spanish and don’t want the English version of the ebook.


Excessive Tiredness in Spanish is Cansancio Excesivo

February 22, 2010

Did you know that you can find information about excessive tiredness in Spanish?  It’s true.  If you do a search for cansancio excesivo, you can find websites in Spanish that teach you how to get rid of exteme tiredness.  Not only are there entire websites with ebooks in Spanish that teach you how to gain energy and rid yourself of that tired feeling, but you can also find other blogs that discuss this issue in Spanish as well.

For example, there is a blog in the Spanish language that you will find when you visit el cansancio excesivo.

Getting Rid of Tiredness

October 26, 2009

I was doing some research online about getting rid of tiredness because I have been battling a feeling of constant fatigue.

I’ve increased my workouts in an effort to increase my energy throughout the day.

Expert say that exercise can increase your energy and vitality.  I’m not sure if it really works for me.  It seems like my energy levels stay the same whether I’m exercising or not, and increasing my cardio hasn’t seemed to make a difference either.

My sleep has been pretty good.  I guess it could be better.  I don’t really have a set sleep schedule right now, but I’m usually sleeping within the same 2 hour window at night.  I’m trying to get on a better schedule and wake up at the same time each morning to see if I can notice a change.

I’ll let you know my results.

Exercise for Women

October 26, 2009

by Luigi Kleinsasser

How Can a Woman Add Muscle and Not End Up Looking Like a Man?Most women”choose” to not go to a gym where macho males dominate − hence the upsurge in “Ladies-Only” fitness clubs. Sadly though, most of those facilities do not understand the importance of “muscle” to a woman’s body and instead, focus predominantly on “weight-loss”. They generally ignore the health-value of added, lean muscle.

For woman or man, the quality of muscle contributes to a person’s good health.

It’s critically important to understand that “muscle” on a woman need not be bulky and striated, taking away the smoothness of a woman’s curves. And it’s just as important to stress that toned muscle removes excess body-fat and keeps it off effortlessly. Muscle-quality really is more important than quantity!

When lean muscle is added to the body, extra fat simply disappears. Imagine, if you only gained 5 pounds of quality muscle that helped you lose 15 pounds of excess fat effortlessy and made your body stronger with a smooth, toned and healthy appearance, wouldn’t that be good? And what if that same 5 pounds of muscle helped you lose 20 or 30 pounds of excess fat and kept it off?

But where’s the time and the money for a gym membership?

I know, life can become overwhelming and lately the world news is certainly no morale booster. These are stressful times. You might have a full-time job, a hefty mortgage, two car loans and a couple of kids heading for college, but apart from a healthier, more toned appearance, consider the following health-benefits of improving muscle-quality:

lower body-fat % and increased lean mass;

increased HDL (‘good’ cholesterol);

increased fat-burning capability;

improved cardiac function;

lower blood pressure;

greater bone density, stronger tendons and ligaments;

increased healthy hormone levels (including HGH);

better energy, libido and self-esteem;

What woman (or man) wouldn’t want those benefits?

O.K. great, but how much “time” is necessary to achieve them?

How about less than ten minutes a week plus the normal cardio activities (walking) you’d probably do anyway?

It boils down to a couple of minutes a day, once or twice a week. Could you make that time?

Isn’t ten minutes a week worth all of those benefits?

When was the last time you felt powerful and had a triumphant sense of achievement?

If you moved or lifted something really heavy – not something that requires minimum exertion, something big and heavy – you’d feel a sense of power and accomplishment, wouldn’t you?

Well, why should only men get to feel that way?

Any woman can have that feeling within 10 minutes of starting this innovative exercise program developed by Pete Cisco, an exercise specialist I know. Pete has spent more than fifteen years studying ways to get stronger and leaner in the shortest possible time – ways that a woman would enjoy and get to see results almost immediately!

Just as importantly, the techniques that Pete has developed are safe and simple. Yoiu can get more informtion at

For more information on a modified diet for better health and fitness

About The Author:

Luigi Kleinsasser is a certified fitness instructor and diet counsellor specializing in general health improvement through weight-management and effective fitness programs. His website is

Ending Chronic Fatigue

October 8, 2009

There are plenty of effective ways for ending chronic fatigue.

First, you should get checked out with a physical from your family physician.  If you are feeling extreme fatigue, then it’s important to rule out any serious illnesses or diseases.

Once you get a clean bill of health from your health professional, then you need to take a look at your lifestyle, sleeping habits, eating habits, and exercise.

You should begin exercising 3 to 5 days per week.  Start off by walking if you don’t have the energy to do more.  Start with at least 15 minutes walking briskly and build it up until you can walk 45 minutes to an hour.

Hydrate yourself.  Drink 8 glasses of water each day.  Water is essential for our bodies to function properly.  This can cause  you to feel chronically fatigued if you aren’t getting hydrated throughout the day.

Get rid of the white flour, refined sugar, and soda.  These are high in sugar and will cause your blood to spike up and down trying to control it.  This can make your feel constant tiredness.  Get rid of these from your diet or limit them greatly.

Sleep better at night and get on a fixed schedule.  Go to bed at the same time at night and get up at the same time in the morning.

These tips can help with ending chronic fatigue and getting rid of constant tiredness.

3 Best Ways To End Tiredness Through Better Sleep

September 22, 2009

It’s no secret that better sleep can load you full of energy.  There are many factors that help you get a better night’s sleep so that you feel rested, end tiredness, feel invigorated, and ready to tackle your day.

It this day and age of hustle and bustle proper sleep is as important as ever.  Without it we get chronically fatigued,  burned out, stressed out, and can even become sick.

Here are 3 things you can do to insure that you are getting a good nights rest so that you can end tiredness.

1.  Get on a schedule:  it is very imporant to go to bed and wake up in the morning at the same time.  On weekends if you tend to be up later, then do your best to wake in the morning at your usually time.  It’s okay if you need a 20-30 minute during the day, but keep it to just that… a nap.

2.  Try not to eat 2 hours before bed time.  Eating can give you energy, stomach problems, or even cause your brain to wander.  Avoid foods 2 hours before bed to make sure your body is ready for the rest it needs.  This will help fall asleep more quickly and keep you asleep.

3.  Get rid of the bedtime news:  If you are watching current events or the late night news while you are in bed, then stop.  Our brains are delicate computers and if you are putting all the negative garbage in just before you fall asleep at night, then you are setting yourself up to sleep poorly.  You should meditate, read an inspirational book, or even take 20 minutes to reflect on everything that you are grateful for in life.  This will prepare your subconscious for a good nigh of rest.

Follow these three tips and you will sleep better, end tiredness, beat fatigue, and feel much better during the day.

How Do I Get Rid of Tiredness?

September 19, 2009

You want to know how to get rid of tiredness?

There are some simple things that you can do and there are some more difficult things that you can do.

Here is what won’t get rid of feeling tired:

1.  Drinking coffee all day long

2.  Drinking energy drinks like Red Bull

3.  Eating sugar

4.  Taking Sleeping Pills at night

5.  Eating loads of carbs

6.  Sleeping longer hours

7. Lack of exercise

If you really want to get rid of tiredness and stop feeling fatigued all the time, then you need to make some simple changes in your lifestyle.  You need to adjust your sleep, adjust your eating habits, and adjust your exercise.

Here’s what I mean.

First, drink plenty of water.  Drink 2 eight ounce glasses of water first thing upon waking up in the morning.  You are dehyrated from sleeping.  You haven’t had water in 6 to 8 hours.  Never miss this step.  Then be sure to drink at least 6 more glasses of water every day.

Second, cut back on the carbs.  Bad carbs will cause your blood sugar to spike and drop rapidly.  This causes you to feel tired.  Eat small meals 6 times per day.  Increase your protein and balance it with plenty of vegatables and some fruit.

Third, exercise at least 3 times per week.  This can be in the form of a brisk walk.  Ideally you should exercise for 30 minutes to 1 hour.  However, 15 minutes of a brisk walk is much better than nothing.

Fourth, learn about your personal sleep cycle.  This is very important.  Most people never learn about this and they start off their day waking up in the middle of a sleep cycle.  This causes you to feel tired, foggy, and drag all day.  If you can discover how to complete your cycles, then you can sleep less hours and feel more energetic.

Follow these tips and you will you will end tiredness once and for all.