Would you like to get better sleep? Memory? Or less impact from stress?
You can have all of this by simply improving the relationship that you have with food. In this presentation, I cover how the gut-brain axis connection is influenced by food and how you can benefit from it.
This presentation was delivered to the Preventative Health Group of Southeast Texas in Beaumont, TX by Dr. Arland Hill, DC, MPH, DACBN.
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It can be hard to know when to increase or decrease your protein. But that’s only because you have not been told how easy it can be to figure out. And once you know how to do it, you are going to amazed at how this can impact your energy.
Dr. Arland Hill, functional medicine doctor and regenerative farmer, illustrates how to find your exact amount of protein. He even walks you through what consuming this will look like for you each day by providing options anyone will enjoy using.
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Can you believe without even realizing it, you have been buying into the biggest fatigue myths. I know, you just wanted more energy, and you thought you were doing what was right. Don’t feel too bad. Many others out there right now continue to believe the same myths you do. The only difference is you found this article and after reading it, you will know they truth about these myths. More importantly, you will know how to overcome fatigue not for a day, but permanently.
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Does your thyroid fatigue seem like an endless mystery with no solution in sight? I hate to say this, but your future doesn’t look much brighter either. Going from doctor to doctor, specialist to specialist, will result in you still waking up tomorrow morning questioning how you are going to get out of bed, much less tackle your “to-do” list. Doesn’t that bother you? Surely, someone must have an idea of how to help. With all the advancements in medical technology, why has no one figured out how to improve thyroid fatigue?
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Post virus fatigue has a tendency to linger on. Anyone that has ever dealt with the flu can vouch. Yet, even the most severe flu associated fatigue will rebound in time. But what if it does not? What if the fatigue drags on for months, and even years. You will likely start to think you are one of the unfortunate ones who seems destined to suffer from unrelenting fatigue. And the likelihood from comments I have heard from those just like you is that you have tried resting, napping, medications and even taking control yourself. Unfortunately, you only feel marginal improvement at best.
Rest assured your fatigue is real. And viruses are a well established cause. The logical connection is that the virus is causing the fatigue. This seems even more logical if your doctor has found evidence of a virus or you have a history of one, for example “mono” (infectious mononucleosis). In reality, this connection may not be as straightforward as it appears.
Just been told you have anemia and now you need to take iron, right? Wrong! Iron may be the last thing you need, even if you have an iron deficiency anemia.
Dr. Arland Hill, DC, MPH, DACBN explains why the best action to take for iron deficiency anemia may be to do the exact opposite of what the conventional model suggests. Click the video below to watch, enjoy, and don’t forget to subscribe!
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Fatigue after antibiotic use may not simply be the result of attempting to overcome an infection. 200 years ago, pharmaceutical antibiotics did not exist. 100 years ago they were hailed as one of the greatest life saving discoveries of the time. Today, they may well be the most overlooked contributor to your low energy, along with a long list of other side effects that are even worse. Has the time come where we are better off without antibiotics?
Should you push through fatigue or sleep in? Chances are, you are making the wrong choice. Fatigue can feel overwhelming as is, so the last thing you want to do is make a choice that keeps you spiraling down the path of low energy. Too many times I have heard, just push through fatigue. But did pushing through fatigue ever actually help the fatigue? Let’s take a deeper look.
Push Through Fatigue and Just Get it Done
I do admire a “go-getter” attitude, but sometimes it can get us in trouble. We tend to throw caution to the wind for the purpose of achieving an end goal or being able to check off items on our “to-do” list. While this helps us feel better about what we accomplish, it does not do much for fatigue. In fact, over time, this approach is typically making fatigue worse.
Approach your want to get things done like a bank account. If you only take from the account and never replenish the funds in it, you end up with no monetary reserves, and likely in debt. If you only take from your body’s energy account and don’t give back to it, this is called energy debt. Energy debt is the result of not getting the right nutrients in to produce energy while also not allowing the body the opportunity to recover each day.
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WAIT! DON’T GO! THIS ARTICLE IS DIFFERENT. If you are looking for causes of fatigue and sleepiness, but don’t want to hear the same blah, blah reasons that show up on every website, then keep reading. This article is not about quick fix schemes that are going to give you an immediate burst of energy in the next few hours only to have you crash even harder. This article is simply about getting you to think differently about your fatigue. By doing so, you will feel better. No today, not tomorrow, but definitely in the weeks to come. Best yet, it will be lasting.
Fatigue Frustration – Why It Will Get Worse
Frustrated by your fatigue? Most patients I work with are frustrated by their fatigue when I start working with them. The solutions that you hear all sound good, at first anyway. But they all have shortcomings, most of which can be narrowed down to two things. First, there are many causes of fatigue, and not personalizing it sets you up for failure. Second, at this still stuns me, is that one of the greatest contributors to your fatigue has been overlooked. It has been overlooked by you, your family and friends, and yes, even your doctor.
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