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Oct Series: E N E R G Y !


When was the last time you said something like
"I just don't have the energy I used to have?"

The underlying reasons can be hard to discern, but low energy is a common complaint of middle aged adults.

Sometimes the problem is linked to a serious underlying health issue, such as depression, anemia, thyroid problems, or chronic syndrome, all of which require medical attention. But this is usually not the case.

Fortunately, there is a lot you can do to boost your energy besides

chugging coffee and tea. When a lack of vim and vigor can't be

tied to a specific health condition, try exercise first.

Regular exercise enhances the body's oxygen-carrying capacity. It also

supports sounder, more restful sleep- another vital source of energy and one that becomes more challenging in middle age.

In addition to exercising, try good sleep hygiene- a set of habits that can help improve your sleep. Limiting caffeine and establishing a regular sleep routine are good places to start.

Stress management can also help. Stress-induced emotions consume large amounts of energy. Exercise is a proven stress buster!

I am inviting you to try my online group training for 1 week

complimentary - 'Contact' me to register!

Your Health Coach,





Do you want to feel stronger and healthier this summer in only six weeks? Now is your chance!

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