Fatigue

Are you tired all the time? Do you fall into bed at the end of the day and despite getting a full night’s sleep, still wake up feeling unrefreshed and fatigued? If you do not jump out of bed every morning with a spring in your step, you may be suffering fatigue.

Most people today are living extremely stressful, busy lives, so it is normal to experience tiredness some of the time. The tiredness generally resolves itself after some rest and relaxation. Increasingly though, persistent, unremitting tiredness is becoming a major problem for a number of people. Fatigue is a common presenting complaint, but is also misunderstood and at times even dismissed, particularly if there is no easily identifiable cause.

What Causes Fatigue?

Things that may lead to fatigue include:

  • Low iron levels
  • Inflammation
  • Infection
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Digestion & liver issues
  • Excess body fat
  • Stress and mood changes
  • Toxicity
  • Mitochondrial dysfunction

Poor energy production at the cellular level will leave you feeling tired. To increase your energy levels, you need to ensure that your mitochondria are working at full capacity for optimal energy. Mitochondria are the “power house” within every cell – they make energy to keep each cell in your body functioning well. If mitochondrial function is impaired, you will have reduced energy production.

If you drag yourself out of bed and struggle through the day, then you may benefit from some natural nutrients and supplements to help give your energy levels a boost. Natural medicines can help boost energy production and give you back your zest for life!

If you have an issue with fatigue, call Linda today – to tailor a program to help improve your energy levels by choosing the most suitable supplements, diet and exercise regime for you needs.

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