10 Ways to Reduce Stress, Fatigue, and Bloating

Shake the Salt Habit Feeling bloated? Salt may be partly to blame. Too much salt can cause you to retain water. And it can contribute to high blood pressure. Cut back on salt by choosing fresh (not canned or processed) foods and experimenting with other seasonings such as curry powder, garlic, cumin, or rosemary to…

What is adrenal fatigue?

Adrenal fatigue is a collection of signs and symptoms, known as a syndrome that results when the adrenal glands function below the necessary level. Most commonly associated with intense or prolonged stress, it can also arise during or after acute or chronic infections, especially respiratory infections such as influenza, bronchitis or pneumonia. As the name…

Fatigue, a Male Menopause Symptom

Fatigue is a common symptom of male menopause, also known as andropause (andro means male). Both andropause and male menopause are used to describe decreasing levels of the male hormone testosterone that comes with aging. Age-related decline in testosterone levels is also called testosterone deficiency, androgen decline in the aging male (ADAM) or late onset…

Type 2 Diabetes and Fatigue

Living with diabetes can be tiring, not just from actual diabetes symptoms but also from managing the condition in general. These simple steps can help fight fatigue from diabetes and boost energy. No, it’s not your imagination: Taking care of yourself when you have type 2 diabetes can be exhausting. Diabetes-related fatigue is common, and…

What Causes Diabetes Fatigue?

Fatigue is one of the commonest and most disabling diabetes symptoms. Exhaustion can disrupt and interfere with all aspects of daily living. What causes diabetes fatigue, and why is it so common? First, diabetes can directly cause fatigue with high or low blood sugar levels. • High blood glucose makes your blood “sludgy,” slowing circulation so cells…