Lack of energy may be temporary, from overexertion, or your body sending a message that it needs to rest.
Energy supplements are commonly used in our society, where overwork and sleep deprivation are all too common.
A continuous lack of energy (or fatigue or lethargy) is more than just a few hours of tiredness. Although it is not a disorder in itself, severe energy loss can be a symptom of disease or bodily imbalance and can occur at any age. It may be a first indication that your body is not working as it should and needs attention. It can also be an indication that your digestive system is not functioning as it should, and that you are unable to derive the nutrients available in your diet.
If energy loss is prolonged, no matter how much rest you take, with constant feelings of fatigue after only short bursts of activity, it is an indication of a more serious imbalance. Nutritional deficiencies, malnutrition, malabsorption and lack of exercise all contribute greatly to energy loss, as does almost every illnesses and disease. As well as this fatigue can also be a side effect of many medications and chemical imbalances.
The Xtend-life Core Wellness Activators, Kiwi-Klenz, Total Balance and Omega 3/DHA Fish Oil are designed to assist your body by supplying the essential nutrients that you may be missing and optimise digestion. Together with the bee pollen from Natural-Energy, these can support wellness and may help support energy levels without harmful sugars and stimulants.
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From Our Blog
02 Oct, 2014
“Tired is the new black,” said comedian and mom of two Amy Poehler (“Parks and Recreation”). And while she was probably joking (at least a bit), Poehler is hardly alone. According to experts, fatigue is one of the top complaints patients bring up with their doctors, and it’s no surprise, given what most of us have on our plates on any given day.
Jobs with growing hours and responsibilities, family time, bill paying and endless housework turn us into circus-act jugglers as we struggle to get everything done in the limited hours we have available each day.
Of course we’re exhausted.
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