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