3 Energy Hacks To Help You Wake Up

3 Energy Hacks To Help You Wake Up

We’ve all experienced it: the alarm clock goes off, and after hitting the snooze button several times, you groggily roll over and drag yourself out of bed, attempting to stumble through your morning routine. This can be especially predominant during the holiday season...
How To Eat For Improved Energy & Better Sleep

How To Eat For Improved Energy & Better Sleep

In my last post, How Does Your Bedtime Ritual Measure Up?, we looked at the importance of developing a solid bedtime routine for establishing a normal sleep cycle. Now it’s time to look at how and what we eat can impact our body’s ability to achieve a normal sleep...
Common Causes of Fatigue – Part 4

Common Causes of Fatigue – Part 4

Part 4 DIABETES Diabetes is a chronic disorder where the body’s ability to produce or use insulin is impaired. Insulin is a hormone that helps to regulate the amount of glucose (re: sugar) in the blood. Therefore, if left untreated or poorly managed, diabetes can...
Common Causes of Fatigue – Part 3

Common Causes of Fatigue – Part 3

Part 3 DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS Indigestion, bloating, gas, heartburn: most people in today’s society experience these digestive complaints on a regular basis. While common, this does not mean that these symptoms are normal. If food is not digested properly, whether it’s...
Common Causes of Fatigue – Part 2

Common Causes of Fatigue – Part 2

Part 2 STRESS AND LOW ADRENAL FUNCTION Stress is a normal part of life; and at times, it serves a useful purpose (such as giving you the motivation to overcome an obstacle in your personal life). However, stress is not meant to be a constant in everyday life. Stress...
Common Causes of Fatigue

Common Causes of Fatigue

Part 1 According to a survey conducted by the Conference Board of Canada, 27% of Canadian workers report being fatigued most days or every day during a typical work week. That’s a quarter of the people surveyed! Lack of sleep or poor sleep can have serious...
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