Skip to main content

THE REGENERATION EFFECT
Home  Radiation Crises Antidote  Regenerative Lifestyles  Current Events  Education  Diseases FAQs  Essential Links  RE Survival  Who We Are   
Arthritis
Cancer
Cancer Phytopharmacology
Cancer Research
Cancer Resources
Chronic Fatigue
CFIDS Resources
Coagulation Disorder
Diabetes
Digestive Disorders
Ebola and Viruses
Energy-Fatigue
Female Health
Fibromyalgia
Headahces
Heart Disease
Hypothyroidism
Immune Issues
Lyme Disease
Male Health
Memory
Mental Conditions
Metal Detox
Nuerofibromatosis
Neurological Conditions
Respiratory Conditions
Skin Conditions
Weight Problems
Energy-Fatigue
(c) 2010 by John W. Apsley, II, MD(E), ND, DC www.doctorapsley.com email: John@DrApsley.com
Why am I tired all the time?
There are always key reasons why people get and stay tired:
  • The first is not enough oxygen or oxygen utilization.
  • The second is not enough structured water in the body or diet.
  • The third is a colloidal mineral deficiency in your body cells.
  • The fourth is unsuspected low thyroid function, sometimes in conjunction with low adrenals and gondal function.
  • The fifth is improper sleep (i.e., sleep apnea, restless sleep, etc...).
  • The sixth is lack of proper exercise, like regular physical yogal, or short sessions of high intense aerobics which only take 15 minutes a day after a 5 minute warm-up period. For folks who don't feel like exercising because they are so tired, that's ok. All they need do is start at the top and work their way down. And that means making a trip to a physician who practices complementary medicine and understands how to treat thyroid conditions properly. Believe me, sooner than later everyone will get their attitude and confidence to start exercising again once the first 5 bullet points are taken care of adequately.
Always restore the body's own self-healing system first. Then the "footing" of all other natural healing tools employed will have the advantage of driving forward from the high-ground.
What should I do if I suffer from lack of energy?
  • The truth is, your body is its own best healer, and all you have to do is provide it what it needs, then step aside.
  • By going to my "Getting Started" tab, you can begin. It's that simple.
  • By taking your basal underarm temperature before you get out of bed each morning, you can see if your thyroid may be low. The normal underarm temperature is 98.0oF ± 0.2oF. Until your levels of body thyroid hormone become optimal, weight gain will always come at a price, that is, once you loss it, it will come back. With each subsequent successful weight loss effort, it becomes more and more difficult to loss the wieght and easier and easier to gain it all back. Proper thyroid hormone levels stops this so long as a proper diet and exercise program are adhered to for life.

  • If you continue to experience difficulties, then its time to browse over my "Essential Links" tab for further resources.

Always restore the body's self healing system first, then the natural tools work much more effectively.
Essential Reading: Hypothyroidism Type 2 by Mark Starr, MD. See:[Here]
Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia are covered under seperate tabs to the left.