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Jane's Blog Tiredat Work is Not Good!

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Jane's Blog Tiredat Work is Not Good!

Fatigue at work can affect your ability to think clearly, perform efficiently, feel mentally and physically stable and increases the likelihood of health problems, accidents, injuries and sometimes death. People who are fatigued often don’t recognize how fatigued they really are and continue to push their limits rather than resolving the problem. There are many reasons people are tired at work: Sleep issues, stress, diet, health problems, medications, depression, and too many responsibilities to name a few. SLEEP: Inadequate sleep diminishes our body’s ability to recharge, repair and recover physically and mentally. Chronic stress wears the adrenal glands (energy glands)...

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Healthy New Year 2018

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Healthy New Year 2018

Now that the holidays are over it’s time to get back to routine, clean up the diet, get the exercise going again and fortify the body with nutrients to recharge the old batteries and focus on getting healthy. Detox. Do a Healthy CLEANSE to purge your body and brain of holiday excess toxins: Get your diet back to healthy simple foods. Keep foods light; steamed vegetables, eat more gluten free grains, decrease meat proteins. Add in a daily Green Drink such as Green Defense (Jarrow Formulas) or Kyogreen (Kyolic) it’s pure nutrition, energy food, gentle detoxifier and great for your...

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Low Thyroid

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Low Thyroid

Have you been to the Doctor with all the symptoms of thyroid problems only to be told your blood tests are normal and there is nothing wrong with your thyroid? Subclinical hypothyroidism—is where you have all the signs of hypothyroidism but your lab tests are essentially normal. It is also referred to as mild thyroid failure, is diagnosed when peripheral thyroid hormone levels are within the normal range, but thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) is mildly elevated. The pituitary gland produces Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH). When the levels of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4 are low, the pituitary gland sends...

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