Tag: tired

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Could You Benefit from CoQ10?

August 28, 2018

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) must be one of my favourite nutrient supplements because it is essential for so many mechanisms of action in the body. It is mostly known for its role in energy production and I believe good energy levels are the foundation of good physical health and good mental health. It is generally referred to as ‘ubiquinone’ due to its ubiquitous nature throughout the body, and has been used as a therapeutic supplement for more than 30 years. Whilst small amounts of CoQ10 are ava....

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Are You Ready to Make a Change?

January 30, 2018

“I’m sick of feeling like this” is a common mantra I hear this time of year. And to be honest I’ve found myself utter those same words. What we are really sick of is the extended festive indulging and the way it is making us feel. Now is the time to make a change. If you want to embrace 2018 with Optimum Health, Vitality and Energy then it is up to you to choose to do things differently... and the expert team at Mammoth Health are here to help you, support you, guide you and mo....

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October 29, 2015

The primary function of iron in the body is for the formation of haemoglobin which carries oxygen around the body. Anaemia is basically defined as a reduction of haemoglobin. This is caused either by a lack of iron in our diet or reduced absorption of iron by our body. The most vulnerable to iron deficiency are infants, adolescents, pregnant and lactating women, vegetarian & vegans, people on diets, pre-menopausal women and people with bleeding problems. Symptoms Fatigue and lack of sta....

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Fatigue is commonly characterised by low energy levels and tiredness. We all experience tiredness from time to time but when it is ongoing and interferes with our normal daily activities of work, family and leisure pursuits it’s time to identify and address the cause. Symptoms Tiredness and low energy Unmotivated & lethargic Exhaustion Difficulty with concentration and memory Drowsiness Poor sleep and insomnia Depression Mood swings Sugar cravings Poor appetite Mus....

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