Do you suffer from frequent headaches or allergies? How about fatigue or skin rashes? And autoimmune conditions?
If you answered, “yes, yes, yes!” then I'm sure you're desperately seeking ways to put these miserable conditions to an end. Luckily, you've come to the right place - I'm about to tell you exactly what could be causing these symptoms plus how you can solve the root problem. Why y... ››› more
These days, almost all of us are tired a lot of the time - it seems like there's a worldwide human “energy crisis”. It's really no wonder that so many of us turn to stimulants, like coffee and energy drinks, for a temporary boost.
But wouldn't it be nice to never need coffee and other stimulants again to feel naturally younger, stronger, and vigorous once more?
Find out below about four ... ››› more
Mental exhaustion is more common than ever today.
Without realising it, we're exposed to around 7,000 adverts every day.
The average person spends four hours per day on their phones.
The average working day has become longer with today's poor economic climate and many more people working remotely.
And, we all spend a lot more time in traffic... every day.
It's no wonder most peopl... ››› more
Do you find it difficult to get out of bed in the mornings? Feel like sitting all the time when you're awake. Feel drained after a mental or physical task? And, no matter how much you try and rest, you're still tired?
These are some of the common symptoms of chronic fatigue.
If you've been to a doctor, they've probably checked for some nutrient deficiencies, food intolerances, allergies, di... ››› more
If you love your coffee, you'll know that it can make you feel jittery, increase feelings of anxiety, affect your sleeping pattern, it could even give you headaches.
But don't worry, below, you'll discover three ways to reduce the negative impacts of coffee...
And by the way, coffee has been found to be healthy in the longterm - studies show it helps reduce the risk for diabetes, Alzheimer's... ››› more
Do you have those days where you feel you just can't cope with everyday life? Your job, home responsibilities and even your social life leaves you feeling overwhelmed.
The first natural deduction is that you're burnt out.
And it could be.
But, you should also be aware that it could be depression if symptoms don't lift after taking a break, easing off a little and getting treatment for b... ››› more
Do you get enough sleep but still find yourself dragging through the day like you're trying to escape quicksand? You're not alone - fatigue can often feel like a battle you can't overcome.
The good news is that certain foods can help you break free from the downward spiral that's slowly swallowing up all of your energy, leaving you feeling groggy and achy - not to mention dozing off at your des... ››› more
We can all agree that in this fast-paced world, most of our days are jam-packed and chaotic. And it's only normal to feel somewhat tired at some point during those long days.
If you're feeling like you'd rather be taking a dive back into your bed instead of exercising, working or doing whatever it is you need to do, you've come to the right place. We're sharing our top tricks for getting your e... ››› more
Many people confuse adrenal fatigue with hypothyroidism, or an underactive thyroid, because the symptoms of both conditions are so similar.
Sometimes, even doctors confuse adrenal fatigue with hypothyroidism - or vice versa - and misdiagnose a patient's journey to understand the root cause of their symptoms.
So, is it your adrenals or your thyroid? Let's take a closer look at the key diffe... ››› more
There's no way around it - feeling fatigued sucks! Characterised by extreme exhaustion and fuzzy thinking, fatigue affects more than one million people in the United States Alone, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center.
While there's no cure for the feeling of blah-ness, eating the right foods can go a long way towards keeping symptoms at bay. In fact, over time, small dietary c... ››› more
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