Why am I tired all the time? 4 primary causes of fatigue you’re probably not aware of

Are you tired and feel worn out? Do you feel burned out and fatigue and brain fog won’t leave you alone?

And most importantly, are you frustrated because nobody understands what you’re going through?

Imagine if you could find a way to have your body produce more energy and feel completely rested and energized once again!

It is actually possibly to do this.

How? By revamping one structure within your body that is responsible for all energy production – the mitochondria.

Mitochondria are small structures that reside within every single cell of your body. So your fatigue and tiredness are NOT “in your head” but within every single cell that makes up your body.

These structures are known as the powerhouses of the cell, and through a series of complex and important reactions, they generate cellular energy. If your body has everything it needs to operate, the mitochondria can work efficiently at producing energy while minimizing toxicity in the body.

However, if you don’t provide your body with the best raw materials, the mitochondria will not produce as much energy and produce excess waste. This loss of cellular energy combined with increased body toxicity will further inhibit mitochondrial function, contributing to low energy and fatigue.

So, if you want to revamp your mitochondria and turn on your body’s energy power plants to return energy back into your body, here are 4 things you need to do:

  1. Cut out Toxins that Damage Your Mitochondria

The first step is to stop the source of damage. The fastest way to accomplish this is by reducing the body’s toxic burden or exposure to chemicals, pollutants, and processed foods.

  1. Create New Healthy Cells that Build up Mitochondria

After you eliminate the source of toxicity, you should next focus on creating new healthy cells by providing what the body needs for the optimal function: clean water, whole foods including fresh vegetables and fruits and clean sources of protein and fats.

  1. Complement your Body with Known Herbs, Vitamins, and Super Foods

Stopping the source of toxicity and driving up nutrient intake is the foundation for mitochondrial repair and increasing energy. However, there is also a whole list of herbs, vitamins, and super foods that when taken daily, can dramatically enhance the function of your mitochondria.

  1. Cultivate a Healthy Lifestyle and Continue the Journey

Finally, learn the habits, tricks, and tools necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle, including the health of your mitochondria, for lifelong energy and wellness.


This process of preserving your cell power plants and reducing toxic waste in your body is one of the most important things you can to overcome fatigue and feel more energized.

Would you like to find out what daily lifestyle factors trigger and aggravate your fatigue now?

CLICK HERE to pass a special “Fatigue-Test” that I give out to all of my patients in my clinic. It will take you no longer than 2 minutes but can already reveal you the biggest factors that make you feel more tired and sluggish.

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