Who Else is Tired of Feeling Sick And Tired?


It's morning, at least according to the alarm clock, since the sun is not up yet. There's no more time on the snooze button, so you drag yourself out of bed and prop yourself upright until your coffee is ready.

Your morning shower helps you feel slightly more awake and alive, just in time to get you through preparing breakfasts and lunches for your family members without stopping to eat something yourself. The "rush hour" never ends: commute traffic, barely-met work deadlines, lunch-hour meeting over soda and cookies, behind schedule all afternoon.

After racing to meet your daughter at soccer practice, you do errands on the way home (dry cleaners, post office, last-minute groceries). The checklist continues: make dinner, eat dinner, wash up after dinner, help kids with homework, do laundry, take out the trash, sew on a button, change the hamster bedding and pay bills.

Then you toss and turn with worry half the night. And then the alarm goes off. Sound familiar? You are doing what you can to eat better, cut back on the caffeine, slow down, exercise more, and just take a deep breath. But is not there something else that would help you fight back against the fatigue that often accompanies the never-ending "to-do" list?

The modern energy crisis: Everyday fatigue is a common complaint in our fast-paced society, ranking among the top five health problems reported by adults. Four out of 10 adults across all age groups experience fatigue, and it affects women far more than men.

Working women are particularly likely to be exhausted from the day-to-day challenge of juggling the many demands of modern life, including long work hours, care of children and aging family members, and the ever-growing burdens of errands, chores, shopping trips, and more that are required just to keep a household going.

What's more, lack of energy becomes a vicious cycle. More adults today report only fair to poor or very poor quality of sleep. The problem is further compounded by the fact that the majority of adults who report everyday fatigue and loss of energy admit they do not get the minimum Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of vitamins and minerals from their diet even one day per week!

Stressful lifestyles and jobs produce eating patterns that are rushed and nutritionally inadequate. The long-term negative health effects of this type of nutrient shortfall are potentially devastating. And some lifestyle patterns are more difficult to control.

Over one-third of menopaal women say they suffer from tiredness and loss of energy. Interestingly, less than half of people who feel stressed and exhausted consider this to be a health problem! Of those who admit they may need help, only half have tried any treatment.

Some people consider taking energy, or vitality supplements to naturally give them sustained energy all day long. Based on centuries of use in Asia, clinical use in Europe, and recent scientific studies, scientists have formulated a uniquely comprehensive formula for sustained vitality.

This formula is a natural, concentrated source of herbal ingredients and antioxidant phytonutrients shown to support your body's natural ability to maintain energy and resist everyday fatigue. This formula is used to make high quality energy supplements.

A natural energy supplement made with this formula should contain standardized extracts of cordyceps (a mushroom), Asian ginseng, and green tea which is specifically teamed to promote vitality. Cordyceps is clinically proven to help fight everyday fatigue, ginseng is traditionally used as an energizer, and the antioxidant properties of polyphenols in green tea promote sustained vitality.

People with a lack of energy need to consider getting more protein, vitamins and minerals in their diet. If you do not have a lot of energy it is simply because you are not healthy. Get healthy, lose those extra pounds and you will feel a tremendous difference in your energy levels.

High quality supplements can help, but absolutely it is YOUR choices that make the difference. Make time to get healthy, if you do you will have more energy and will be able to do everything else more efficiently. If you are considering a natural energy supplement, do your research and make sure it is one made with the natural formula listed above.


Source by Brue Baker

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