How to eliminate insomnia, the most obvious reason for fatigue

If you are tired, the most obvious question is “Are you getting enough sleep?” For some, like my 14-year old son, when he’s tired, it’s because he goes to bed too late. Sleep deprivation by choice. But for many others, it’s that they just can’t fall or stay asleep. It can be like torture. You’re tired but you just can’t sleep even though you want to - and you’d give your right arm just to sleep an eight hour night. Maybe it’s not that bad, but you get the drift. If it weren’t such a problem, there wouldn’t be a booming sleep aid economy. In fact, the global sleep aid revenue grew from $432B in 2019 to $585B in 2023. And that is B for BILLION. So it doesn’t look like the solutions are working, either that or the problem is just getting worse. If you want to fix your insomnia, you need to look in a direction that does not use sleep aids as a possible solution. And if you’re not trying to fix your sleep issues, here are some reasons it should be a top priority for you. Read more

Get your energy back by reducing this cause of fatigue

Stephanie Kerst and I chatted last week about his largely unknown cause of fatigue. In fact, is invisible, it’s stealth and it’s likely you don’t even have an awareness of it. And it affects much more than just your energy Read more

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The top 10 most important labs to order

Labs provide important data for your doctor. Getting them tested at least twice a year is an essential piece to keep you healthy. You need to make sure you have the right doctor interpreting them. Read more