Remember dial-up modems? Remember that screeching, high-pitched noise they made when connecting to the internet? It felt like I had a dial-up brain slowly booting up. Slowly, very slowly, connect to the internet? That was how I felt on this particular day. My brain was a dial-up modem, very slowly connecting.
I yawned again for the umpteenth time in ten minutes. I had so much work to do, and I couldn’t seem to engage my brain to do it. Physically, I was sitting at my desk. Mentally, I wasn’t awake, and no amount of caffeine seemed to affect how alert or energetic I felt.
Maybe you can relate. Possibly, you are not fully present at work, at home, and in your life, because you’re just so darned tired.
You don’t have to keep the dial-up brain.You don’t have to keep the dial-up brain.
I bet you know something deeper is going on with your body, but it feels like no one is listening to what you have to say. You have probably seen specialist after specialist and recommended a laundry list of supplements, medications, and therapies. But nothing has helped you to get your energy back or experience it for the first time.
You understand there’s a place for specialists and medications, but you think there’s a better way to get your energy back – to get yourself back – so you can enjoy your life to the fullest.
You want to know why you’re so tired all the time.
Am I right?
I’ve been there. I heard my blood work looked normal even when I didn’t feel that way, and that feeling tired all the time was just a part of getting older. I knew better. I was looking for answers that no one else could seem to give me.
This incident is why I’m a Health Detective. As an exhaustion investigator, I can help you find the underlying reasons you’re so tired so that you can stop missing your life.
When I got my hands on the correct functional lab tests, I learned that I had multiple issues that were causing me to feel so tired. I was eating the wrong foods for what my body needed. I had severe gut health issues including, leaky gut, bacterial overgrowth, and my hormones were out of balance.
With this information, I felt empowered to give my body exactly what it needed to be and feel energetic, present, and productive.
You may have hidden underlying issues that are causing you to feel tired all the time. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could investigate what they are so that you too can give your body exactly what it needs? That, my friend, is the essence of Health Detective work.
There are myriad reasons why you might feel so tired.
These include potential gut health issues, hormone imbalance, sluggish detoxification, weakened immune, or even things as simple as your diet and habits.
Let’s explore some of the gut-health-related issues that could be causing you to feel exhausted.
First things first, though – what is “the gut,” and why is it so important?
Why are you so tired? Your gut could be why.
When you have a healthy gut, you have a healthy body.
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