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In today's increasingly [hectic / septic] world, more and more of us are experiencing tiredness and fatigue. [Experts / Expertise] say there is an increase in the condition chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). This is a [physical / physique] and mental disorder that makes us feel [extremity / extremely] tired. That tiredness does not go away even if we rest. Sleep [specialist / specialism] Sammy Margo said: "Our lifestyles are characterised by constant [connectivity / collectivity] , high stress and [inadequate / adequate] sleep." Nutritionist Dr Rohini Patil said people with CFS suffer from a lack of energy that affects every [inspect / aspect] of their day. She said eating better can help, saying: "While there is no [lure / cure] for CFS, a well-balanced diet can play a significant role in helping manage symptoms and [boast / boost] energy levels."

Dr Ben Kelly, a specialist in [preventative / tentative] medicine at the UK's biggest healthcare charity, offered some advice about how to deal [to / with] fatigue and a lack [on / of] sleep. He advised people to try his three-step bedtime plan. Step one is to turn the lights off because light [maintains / keeps] our brain active. He said blue light from phones and laptops is "[particularly / particular] harmful". The [second / secondly] step is a good room temperature of around 19ºC. He said: "A cool room helps to [reduce / redact] body temperature, which helps [initiate / imitate] sleep." The final step is to reduce all noise. As for food, life [bus / coach] Simon Alexander Ong recommends we eat bananas to help us get a better night's rest. He said bananas contain chemicals that [entourage / encourage] sleep.

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