- Poor digestion: people really don’t understand the importance of good digestion. When you eat food, your digestive system extracts the vitamins, nutrients, and minerals needed to maintain every organ in your body. If it isn’t working properly, then of course you will feel tired. There are several potential solutions here:
- You need to clean your colon using a supplement such as colosan capsules, or a treatment such as colonic irrigation.
- You need to up your intake of probiotics.
- You need to up your intake of active digestive enzymes.
- Vitamin B12 deficiency: commonly referred to as anaemia, this can cause many problems including tiredness and foggy thinking. It can be due to an inadequate diet or to a medical condition, and depending on which it is it will require different treatment schedules. If you think you might have a B12 deficiency, then ask your doctor for a test.
- Hormone imbalance: this issue is particularly problematic in women. An imbalance between oestrogen, progesterone, and testosterone can lead to some high-level disruption in your life. You can find your moods bounce around all over the place and that your energy levels drop to practically nothing. A hormone imbalance is probably accurate if you find your energy levels fluctuate.
- Lack of exercise: the human body is like a dynamo, you need to wind it up in order for it to have energy. Our ‘wind-up’ mechanism is being active. The more active you are, the more energy you will have.
We hope that you will find the answers somewhere in the above four issues. Tiredness is one of the hardest things to deal with when it happens all the time.