Do You Experience Fatigue and Sleeping Issues? Here’re 4 Biggest Contributing Factors
If you have a lack of focus, get tired only a few hours into starting the day and can’t seem to get enough sleep you might be experiencing chronic fatigue.
Worse is when you don’t know what’s causing your fatigue, and you’re left unsure what to do to get rid of it. The truth is, there can be many reasons and getting to the heart of what causes these symptoms is the key to overcoming this debilitating condition.
Here are four factors that contribute to brain fog, fatigue, and sleeping issues:
Step 1: Toxicity
More and more research is pointing to a link between exposure to chemicals (either by ingestion through foods or exposure through our environment) and fatigue.
Reactions to certain foods, pollen, metals and other environmental chemicals may be causing the rising number of individuals with low energy and fatigue.
Lesson: Pay attention to your diet and make sure to minimize the contact with chemicals.
Step 2: Nutrient Depletion
Certain nutrients, especially iron and B vitamins, may help women feel more energized. More important is the fact that iron and b vitamins taken in supplement form are not absorbed as well as when consumed from whole foods.
So focus on increasing nutrients by consuming fresh, whole fruits and vegetables and clean meats.
Lesson: as you can tell, nutrition is a huge part of overcoming your fatigue and eating the right kind of foods will either contribute to or eradicate your fatigue.
Step 3: Complement Your Body with Herbs
After you stop the source of toxicity and increase nutrients in the form of foods, consider using high-quality supplements and herbs to help the restoration and function of your cells.
These include supplements include such things as Omega 3 fish oils,
Step 4: Cultivate a Healthy Lifestyle
Whether it’s through constantly eliminating the sources of toxicity, better nutrition, managing stress, or a combination of these, by continuously cultivating a healthy lifestyle you can feel better, live stronger, and be healthier with an abundance of energy.
This list can go on forever, and the truth is, know what exactly causes your fatigue, you’d need to answer a couple of more question about your lifestyle and habits.
So, if you want to discover the most primary causes for your lack of energy then click here and pass this quick quiz that I usually give my patients.