Have you heard that if you eat healthy then you won’t feel as tired? Do you wonder why now that you have done a diet overhaul why you still feel tired? If you are like most people, this is actually one reason that you want to get healthy. You might even take out modified foods and increased exercise but you still feel tired. To learn more about why and how this can happen to you, read more here.
- The most common causes of fatigue are anemia, a low functioning thyroid gland, hypoglycemia, and chronic infections. Not enough restful sleep, as with sleep apnea, can also cause fatigue. And, in rare cases, an under functioning adrenal gland can be the culprit.
- I see patients every day in my clinic who are chronically tired, but not sick. Many of these patients also struggle with stubborn weight issues.
- Scientists know AMPK as adenosine monophosphate-activated kinase, a kind of master regulatory enzyme that influences how cells process energy. This master molecule occurs in every cell in the body.
“There are many causes of fatigue, and nutritional deficiencies and the buildup of toxins are a few of them”