The Energy Series

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The Energy Series

Are you always tired?  Do you look around the house, your office, the yard…and think…if only I had the energy…

Do your kids want you to play with them, or read to them, but you just can’t?

Do you have a lot of great ideas in your brain, but you just can’t seem to bring them to fruition?

One of the downfalls of our busy culture is that people are constantly tired.  Just look around you the next time you are on a plane.  The percentage of people sleeping is a good indication of the state of the general population.  There are many reasons for persistent fatigue.  Some are easy fixes, others require the help of a good doctor.  Most all require lifestyle changes.  You CAN have more energy!  You just have to want it enough to go after it.  First though, you need to know what you’re dealing with. 

Over the next few weeks, we will delve deeper into the subject of energy and fatigue, and provide practical solutions that will enable you to take action.  There are several components that affect your energy, and just knowing what they are will help you on your way.  We will be going over:

  1. Sleep
  2. Food and Water
  3. Exercise
  4. Stress
  5. Genetics
  6. Hormones
  7. Weight
  8. Pharmaceuticals
  9. Nutrient deficiencies

We hope you join us on the road to more energy and a happier, more productive lifestyle!

 

 

 

6 Comments

  1. Martha says:

    I joined your site during Lent this year and found it very helpful. I am a widow in my late 60’s and have struggled to find my place in this new world I’m dealing with. i think enthusiasm contributes to energy. Hopefully this blog will generate some enthusiasm in me to look forward to the future.

  2. myrna says:

    Thank you SO much for writing your heart. I felt the same after each service attended. Also, I was so happy to had lunch with you on my almost…Birth-Day

  3. Marlene Kaim says:

    I will be following The Energy Series, Cynthia! And sharing it with my family and friends. Thank you for addressing these health issues!

  4. Cynthia Damaskos says:

    I hope so Martha! And I’m so glad you were with us for Lent this year! Yes I agree that enthusiasm contributes to energy, and the other way around too. Energy creates those endorphins that make us feel good and want to do more, and have fun. I pray that this series helps you!

  5. Cynthia Damaskos says:

    Hi Myrna, how wonderful to hear from you! I hope you had a good birthday, and I look forward to seeing you in July!

  6. Cynthia Damaskos says:

    Hi Marlene, I’m glad you’ll be following it! I hope to have some good nuggets of helpful info that go beyond mainstream knowledge 🙂

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