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Vastly Increase Your Energy Levels In 7 Days [NOOK Book]

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Have You Lost Your "Get Up and Go?"
Is Fatigue Costing You Relationships, Job Opportunities and Your Social Life?
Do you want to do something about it ...but are wary of taking the antidepressants or caffeinated remedies that are usually ...
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Overview

Have You Lost Your "Get Up and Go?"
Is Fatigue Costing You Relationships, Job Opportunities and Your Social Life?
Do you want to do something about it ...but are wary of taking the antidepressants or caffeinated remedies that are usually prescribed for people who have lost all of their energy?
Then you need to read-
Vastly Increase Your Energy Levels In 7 Days
Deal with your symptoms without antidepressants, histamines, hormones or weird sports drinks with hoodia or ginseng in them!
Are You Tired of Waking Up Tired?
Feel Better Within Days!
From the desk of - insert author name
Dear Friend,
If you are reading this page then it is very likely that you are "sick and tired of being tired and don't want to take it anymore!"
If you were like me you might have been living your life tired for so long that you may not even have realized that it was actually a problem.
You were probably told all kinds of things about your condition that kept you in denial about having to doing anything about it.
Well, I am here to tell you that --
• No, being tired all the time is not a function of aging!
• No, it does not happen to everybody!
• No, it is not about low blood sugar or a lame thyroid!
• No, you don't have to believe that as you grow older you lose your life force!
You are just as capable of getting up every day full of energy as you were when you were twenty one years old!
Although you may have been told otherwise it is not normal to experience any of the following -
• Sleeping for twelve hours at a time
• Being tired before eleven in the morning
• Wanting to collapse from exhaustion by four in the afternoon
• Being too tired when you get home from work to do anything but flop down on the couch and watch television
• Being too tired to cook a proper dinner for yourself or your family every night
• Being too exhausted to go to the gym and work out
• Being too wiped out to do the dishes or clean your place
• Being too tired to have a social life
• Being cranky because you feel too tired
• Avoiding confrontations because you are too exhausted to handle them
• Always being too tired to have a love life
• Being too tired to walk your dog or play with your children
• Being too tired to make to take a vacation when you have time off and preferring instead to cuddle up indoors.
Are you ready to get your energy back again and feel better than you have in years?
In "Vastly Increase Your Energy Levels In 7 Days", I give you a crash course in just exactly what can cause this problem including --
A lack of sleep and how the cumulative lack of it can contribute to fatigue and performance problems
The role that stress place in making you feel very tired all the time
How going to bed angry or upset can make wrack your body and make you feel tired the next day
How a "hot wired" brain can make you lose sleep and feel tired the next day
How being stressed can physically make your body less efficient and cause stress
How being meddlesome and uptight can contribute to the creation of feeling chronically tired
Why eating nutrient deficient food can exhaust and deplete your energy
Why eating cheaper food could harm your health
The role that the addition of chemical fertilizers into our foods plays in making us tired
Why eating meat might make you more tired than eating other things
Why eating improperly prepared foods can sap your energy
Why boiling vegetables before you eat them is not such a hot idea if you want to stay energetic and vibrant
How different ways of frying foods can translate into feeling energetic or lethargic during the day
Howe eating certain types of food can cause shortages of iron, B12 and folic acid and make us feel tired
How the drugs that are fed to farm animals end up in our bodies and can poison us and slow us down
How taking prescription drugs can deplete our energy stores and exhaust us
Why Western medicine does not really recognize "being tired" as a problem when it absolutely should!
How your environment can have a significant impact on how tired you are from minute to minute as well as your overall state of wellness
How "exhaust" from cars can literally exhaust you! (pun intended!)
Why getting too much sunshine can deplete your natural energy levels
How having a form of depression called Seasonal Affective Disorder can steal your energy from you
What your personal physical condition might have to do with your energy level
How carrying too much weight may or may not have something to do with how fatigued that you feel
...and much more about what you need to know to get rid of this uncomfortable condition.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015880373
  • Publisher: Syed Arshad Gillani
  • Publication date: 10/25/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 12 MB
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