Women With Low Energy: You’re Not Alone.

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If your get-up-and-go has gotten-up-and-gone, participating in a full life may not seem worth the bother. Plenty of women can relate, especially those of a certain age.

Plus physical sluggishness may be accompanied by mental sluggishness. It’s a combination that can make it even harder (but not impossible!) to rise above and to get back to your old self.

 

You’re not just lazy; chronic fatigue is real.

What can you do about feeling tired much – or most – of the time? It depends on the cause. And there are many possible causes. It can even be two or three different issues contributing to your daily lethargy.

If it’s been too long, or if it’s getting worse, then pick up your cell and make an appointment with a physician. They can help narrow the possibilities, and determine if something more serious is going on with your body.

As we’ll see, the answer can be simple, or not so simple. But either way, life is too important to feel like a slug all the time! And no matter what you find out, the fact is you’re probably not exercising enough. But you knew that already.

Ready? Let’s get started.

 

The Problem: Not enough sleep, or poor quality sleep. Try:

  

The Problem: Nutrition issues. Try:

 

The Problem: Anemia. Try:

 

The Problem: Diabetes. Try:

 

The Problem: Depression. Try:

 

The Problem: Heart disease. Try:

 

The Problem: Food allergies. Try:

 

The Problem: Hormonal imbalance. Try:

 

The Problem: Fibromyalgia. Try:

 

The Problem: Chronic worry. Try:

 

The Problem: None of the above issues seem to be your issue. Try:

 

Curious if Regenerative treatment could be right for you?

Call Dr. Windsor’s treatment clinic at 678-664-4783, or click to learn more.

 

This content is offered for informational purposes only and is not meant to constitute medical advice.

 

Author
Robert E. Windsor, MD About the Author: Robert E. Windsor, MD In addition to being known for treatment, training and publishing in the area of pain management, Dr. Windsor has extensive experience in orthopedics, neurology, and interventional orthopedics. He has also been board certified in physical medicine, electrodiagnostic medicine, pain medicine, pain management, anti-aging, and regenerative medicine.

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