Fatigue Facts & Stats

* 20% of Americans claim to have fatigue intense enough to interfere with their having a normal life.

* 80% of American women will suffer from Adrenal Fatigue at some point in their lives. Who? Most susceptible are new moms, students, shift workers and women in transition (job loss or gain, moving and relocating, marriage, divorce.) Change for the better or worse is a major trigger.

* More than half of American women (60%) say they only get a good night’s sleep a few nights per week or less, and 67% say they frequently experience a sleep problem.

•  Women who spend less than 7 hours in bed at night are more likely to doze off during the day, report symptoms of depression and drive drowsy.

If constant fatigue is sucking the joy out of your life, don’t just take it – do something!  One recommendation is to read by – Dr. Perlmutter. His work is outstanding and was so shocking to me that change was easy! I am now gluten-free, 15 lbs lighter and having a couple migraines a month vs. every week. Oh and I have a TON more energy too. Your turn.

I’ve watched this single dietary shift (total elimination of gluten) lift depression, relieve chronic fatigue, reverse type 2 diabetes, extinguish obsessive-compulsive behavior, and cure many neurological challenges, from brain fog to bipolar disorder.” – Dr. Perlmutter, Grain Brain


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