Category Archives: More Energy

Breathe Away Morning Fatigue

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By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

March 11, 2016

  • The most overlooked cause of low energy
  • 3 nutrients to boost adrenal function
  • Just five minutes to lower cortisol levels

Do you ever feel like everyone else in your house wakes up “bright-eyed and bushy-tailed” each morning, while you have to drag yourself out of bed?

Maybe it doesn’t matter what time you wake up. It could be six, seven or eight in the morning. Yet, it still takes you about three or four hours to shake off that morning brain fog and get moving.

Then, you suddenly feel great… for a few hours.

But by the time three or four o’clock rolls around, that fatigue sets in again. If there’s a bed anywhere near you, you’ll fall into it for a quick nap.

Finally – somewhere around six or seven in the evening – your body and brain suddenly pull themselves together and you’re ready to roll! Of course, by then the best part of the day is gone. Continue reading

Three Surprising Fixes for Fatigue

By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

September 20, 2013

  • Aging doesn’t mean feeling old, weak and tired
  • Simple and easy tests your doctor may have missed
  • Two vitamin deficiencies that lead to fatigue

The minute people realize I’m a doctor, they all seem to want to talk to me. This happened to me just the other day at a social event. I met a gentleman who appeared to be around 60 years of age. Continue reading

Do You Have This ENERGY-SAPPING Condition?

By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

February 11, 2013

  • 4 out of 5 people will experience this fatigue syndrome
  • Is stress REALLY the culprit?
  • Restore your energy and vitality with these tips

If you’re like many aging adults, you may be finding it harder and harder to muster the energy to get out of bed in the morning. You slog through the day feeling stressed out and worn down. And no matter how hard you try, you just can’t seem to get your energy levels back up to par. Continue reading

The Spice Of Life

By David Blyweiss, M.D.

It’s no secret that I love good food, especially if it’s made from scratch using the freshest organic foods around. But, while these culinary goodies are wonderful in their natural state, they are even better with the addition of herbs and spices. And the bonus? These flavorful seasonings also support good health. Continue reading


By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness

If you are overworked, overstressed, or simply feel overwhelmed, you may be setting yourself up for problems. Chronic stress will weaken your adrenal glands and can seriously compromise your body’s ability to reenergize. Known as adrenal fatigue, this energy thief seems to be affecting more and more Americans. That’s one reason why I am seeing an uptick in patients with nondescript ailments or a variety of unrelated health problems that range from insomnia to muscle pain to low blood sugar. Continue reading

Lighten Up Winter Depression

By David Blyweiss, M.D.

With the short, dark days of winter upon us, many people find themselves with a case of winter blues. But some suffer from a more severe form of seasonal depression known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). In fact, as many as 10 million Americans suffer from SAD, and 75 percent of them are women. Continue reading

Total Body Nutrition

By David Blyweiss, M.D.

Day in and day out, patients come through my office with a variety of complaints. But even though the ailments are different—fatigue, gastrointestinal problems, heart disease, diabetes—I’ve noticed one common denominator. These patients aren’t getting the nutrition they need from the foods they eat. Continue reading

Hope for Hypothyroidism

By Bonnie Jenkins, Advanced Natural Wellness

It seems like everywhere I go, I meet someone suffering from hypothyroidism. I’m surprised because it really isn’t that common. In fact, only two to three percent of Americans have pronounced hypothyroidism, and an additional 10 to 15 percent have subclinical or mild hypothyroidism, according to the American Thyroid Association. Of those, half don’t even know they have the condition. Continue reading

Peripheral Artery Disease

By Bonnie Jenkins, Advanced Natural Wellness

A while back, I told you about my battle with peripheral artery disease (PAD). I also told you how nattokinese could help prevent the plaque build-up that can cut off blood flow to your legs. But there’s another way to boost blood flow – and it’s as easy as taking a walk. Continue reading