Are you always sick? Chronic pain, lethargy, muscle aches, gastrointestinal problems, and depression are not normal though millions of people just like you are suffering from them. Here is a list of the 7 reasons you’re sick all the time.

  1. Poor Diet

If you’re always sick, you might want to look to your diet. Junk food, processed food, and convenience meals have no nutritional value and don’t give your body the nutrients it needs to be healthy. What’s worse is these “foods” contain dyes, chemicals, and artificial sweeteners that wreck havoc on your digestive system and neurological health.

The easiest way to stop feeling tired, sick, and cranky all the time is to clean up your diet. This means throwing away the junk and choosing whole-food options such as organic vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, legumes, meat, wild-caught fish, and healthy dairy products.

  1. Lack of Exercise

If you feel sick all the time, it could also be because you’re not exercising enough. A sedentary lifestyle not only sets you up for diabetes and heart disease, it can lower your mood, cause insomnia, and increase your risk of chronic muscle and joint pain.

Even if you haven’t worked out in a long time, it’s never too late to get started. Just 30 minutes of exercise 3 days per week is all you need to start shedding a few pounds, toning your muscles, and increasing your energy the natural way.

  1. Vitamin Deficiencies

Poor diet, digestive disorders, and autoimmune disease can lead to vitamin deficiencies. If you’re always sick, vitamin deficiencies could be the cause. Vitamin D3 deficiency has been linked with schizophrenia, seasonal affective disorder, and depression. This common vitamin deficiency is also a common contributor to osteoporosis. If you’re having trouble sleeping or losing weight, you may have a magnesium deficiency. Magnesium is essential to good neurological health.

  1. Environmental Toxins

Environmental toxins are another reason so many people are sick all the time. If you suffer from any type of allergy symptom such as shortness of breath, wheezing, post-nasal drip or hives, your environment may be making you ill. Switch to all-natural household cleaning products, detergents, cosmetics, and hair-care products and watch your health improve dramatically!

  1. Mercury Dental Fillings

Mercury toxicity can cause chronic and severe neurological problems. You may have been to doctor after doctor with strange symptoms only to be told it’s “all in your head”. If you are plagued by neurological and autoimmune problems, your mercury feelings could be to blame.

  1. Vaccinations

Vaccinations are not the health miracles they appear to be. They contain chemicals such as mercury, formaldehyde, and aluminum that can cause everything from learning disabilities to autoimmune disease. The HPV vaccine, Gardasil is even more alarming. Since the vaccination hit the market 4 or 5 years ago, thousands of young women have developed incurable autoimmune and neurological problems.

  1. Insomnia

Lack of sleep is one of the leading causes of high blood pressure, heart disease, and autoimmune disease. If you’re not getting the deep, restful sleep your body needs, you can develop a serious condition called adrenal fatigue or adrenal burnout. This occurs when an excessive amount of cortisol, testosterone, norepinephrine, and epinephrine pump through the body. Eventually, the adrenal glands such down and you feel chronically tired, depressed, and sick.

If you’re suffering from unexplainable mystery symptoms and your doctor hasn’t been able to figure out why, don’t give up. I’ve met many patients just like you who’ve been told they’re over-exaggerating or they may need psychiatric help.

You’re not crazy. Get in contact with me for a phone or email consultation and let me help you get your health back on track!

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