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By Dr John Barnett

1. Get a good night’s sleep!

Today, people are so busy working on their laptops and smart phones until the wee hours of the night and then wonder why they can’t fall asleep. Creating a night time routine to get your body ready for rest is imperative to sleeping soundly. Turn off the computers, televisions, and phones for at least an hour before bed. Take a hot shower or bath, light a candle, or meditate. This will help prepare the body for rest and what better way to help with feeling fatigues than a good night’s sleep.

2. Vitamin B12 and B complex vitamins.

B vitamins play a critical role in beating chronic fatigue because the body uses them to metabolize energy. And since many people today suffer from B vitamin deficiency anemia, supplementing with B complex vitamins, and vitamin B12 in particular, can make all the difference in alleviating tiredness and sustaining high energy levels.

3. Acupuncture

Acupuncture is proven to stimulate endorphin production which gives you a feeling of well being. It also gently stimulates your adrenal glades which will give you that extra energy everyone is looking for. Best of all it lowers cortisol levels, which is a major contributor to feeling fatigued. All in all, acupuncture is one of the best ways of battling fatigue. To find out for yourself, give us a call at 407-673-6700.