Six Signs You Have an Energy Deficiency

Six Signs You Have an Energy Deficiency

If you’re feeling sleepy in the mornings, physically exhausted, mentally drained and noticing recent changes to your body and mood, then you may suffer from an energy deficiency. And you’re not alone! As much as 45% of the population reports feeling fatigued, tired and simply lacking energy. And when you’re lacking energy, you feel it mentally, physically and even emotionally. An energy deficiency can impact your entire life and go from being a minor annoyance to a serious problem if left untreated.

But it’s time to wake up and take action. While there are many medical conditions that can cause an energy deficiency and should be treated by a trusted medical professional, there are several signs you’re dealing with a minor energy deficit that can be solved with a few easy changes to your daily health and wellness routine. Of course, you could always opt for a lab-tested supplement like Energy Well Gummies from Forever Well™. These tasty, apple-flavored gummies are made with premium ingredients like apple cider vinegar, vitamin B12 and beetroot and pomegranate juice powders to help increase your energy and encourage your optimal wellness. But before you can help your energy deficiency, you have to know what to look for.

Too Tired

It may seem obvious to most, but a clear sign you have an energy deficiency is chronic tiredness and sleepiness. This is more than just feeling tired or sleepy, it’s feeling fatigued and worn out from when you wake up in the morning until you finally hit the hay. But why does it happen? There can be medical disorders that lead to low energy levels and chronic tiredness and sleepiness. See a medical professional to assess your situation and discover the root of your issues. However, it could also be as simple as inconsistent, low-quality sleep. Getting enough quality REM sleep on a regular basis (that means following the same schedule every night and morning) is the key to helping you get the energy you need to conquer the day. Of course, you’re going to feel tired or sleepy sometimes, but if you’re waking up tired or are ready to crash after only a few hours after being awake, then you may need to reevaluate your sleeping conditions and schedule.

Matters of the Mind

Believe it or not, an energy deficiency doesn’t always take the form of feeling tired or sleepy. Sometimes you can feel awake, but still suffer from an energy deficiency. You may experience headaches, dizziness, brain fog, difficulty concentrating and impaired decision-making and judgement.  A lack of energy in this case could make it hard to focus on your work, use computer screens, efficiently rely on critical thinking and cause a number of other issues related to your brain’s performance.

While there are many causes behind an energy deficiency, this could be linked to an inadequate diet of calorie-rich, nutritious foods. An energy deficiency could be a sign that you don’t have enough calories (the source of your body’s energy) for your body and mind to function properly. Working with a doctor or nutritionist is a great way to create a balanced meal plan full of nutrient-rich foods specific for you to ensure you get the necessary energy needed to perform your daily activities.

Missing Motivation

Suffering from an energy deficiency can sometimes be hard to notice. If you’re not tired and don’t have a headache, how do you know you’re low on energy? Ask yourself, how’s my motivation? If you’re struggling to find the drive to complete even small tasks, it could be a lack of motivation or even a sign of depression.

Getting up and getting moving can be hard, especially when you lack the motivation to do so. But that’s exactly what you need to do! It may sound counterproductive to treat an energy deficiency with exercise, but it’s one of the best ways to raise energy levels. Even moderate exercise can increase hormone levels, including testosterone and adrenaline, and give you the boost of energy you need to find more motivation. It can be tough to get going, so start with a light walk and work up to a regular exercise routine.

Might be Moody

An energy deficiency can show itself in the form of moodiness and irritability. When you’re low on energy, it can be harder to tolerate minor inconveniences and deal with everyday stressors. If you find yourself snapping at others or sweating the small stuff, you may have an energy deficiency.

Try to take a step back and help yourself relax. Your change in mood could be a result of too much stress, and that can make you more irritable. Take a break, close your eyes, try some deep breathing and enjoy a few moments to yourself. Afterward, you may find you’re less moody and possibly more energized than before. And consider trying some Energy Well Gummies from Forever Well. Formulated with key nutrients, these gummies can help you stay more energized and more prepared to handle the stress of everyday life.

Physically Fatigued

We’ve discussed a lot of ways low energy can affect how you feel mentally, but there are also physical signs that you’re experiencing an energy deficiency. Blurry vision, impaired hand-eye coordination, muscle weakness and slowed reflexes are some of the signs of physical exhaustion. Don’t let low energy levels stand in the way of performing and feeling your best.

Dehydration is a major contributing factor to a lack of energy. Fighting fatigue with fluids is one of the best ways to overcome an energy deficiency and get back to living the active, healthy lifestyle you desire. Because about 50% to 60% of your body is water, and you’re constantly losing water throughout the day, consuming a sufficient amount of fluids and water-filled foods (fruits, vegetables, soup, etc.) can help you avoid feeling tired or weak. Try carrying a water bottle with you at all times so you can drink when you’re thirsty.

Too Tired to Eat

It’s important to maintain a balanced diet full of nutrient-rich foods to ensure you get the proper vitamins and calories needed to keep your energy levels where they should be. However, what if you have no appetite? A loss of appetite can actually be a sign of an energy deficiency.

While there are serious medical conditions that could cause you to lose your appetite and therefore lose energy, we recommend trying to eat a balanced diet on a consistent basis to see if you notice any changes. How do you increase your appetite? Set a schedule, set alarms and try smaller, more frequent meals. We also recommend trying out delicious, apple-blend-flavored Energy Well Gummies. Their great taste can pair well with most meals and can help get you in the mood to eat even more. Plus, they’ll help increase your energy levels and therefore help increase your appetite.

No matter how you’re displaying your energy deficiency, try some of our tips to get back on your feet and find the energy you need to succeed. Plus, check out all our gummies for a complete health and wellness regimen to be Forever Well.

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