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What Medications Can I Take To Boost My Energy Level
What can I take that will boost my energy level? Why am I always so tired? I have had my thyroid checked already. I'm 31 with deformed kidneys& stagho
Better to identify: You stated that you have kidney problem but did not elaborate to what extent the damage is. If you have kidney failure, tiredness is to be expected due to several reasons. Furthermore, there are many conditions that cause or contribute to lack of energy or tiredness. It is always important to find out the cause so that appropriate solution can be found. My suggestion to have through evaluation. ...Read more
Hard to do: "energy" is more a psychiatric state of mind, than a physical condition. The natural way to feel more energetic is to eat well, do exercise, get regular sleep. Taking caffeine (coffee or supplements) can make you feel more awake, which many people equate to feeling more energetic. There is no true "energy" pill. ...Read more
Low energy: Be sure to live a healthy life style. Avoid smoking and limit alcohol. No recreational drugs etc. Learn how to get a good nights sleep, every night. Exercise regularly during the day, and not at night. Don't sleep with tv on and limit tv in evening. Keep weight in healthy range. Make sure you do not have sleep apnea causing loss of sleep. Get a check up to be sure you are well. ...Read more
Lots of stress at work, feeling so low in energy and depressed. What do you suggest to boost my energy level and feel good again.?
Try: Making personal time for yourself. Go for a walk. Go to the gym. Shop. Do something around an hour a day. Just for you. No calls no work etc. Try to get good nights sleep and eat a healthy diet. Behavior modification is great first step. If no improvement. Talk to your doctor about other options ...Read more
Good Day. My body feels very fatigued. I’ve had a bit of a cold since Saturday with only the green mucus left. How can I boost my energy level?
Time to rest:
If your fatigue began with your cold then it is related to this virus. You should honor the message your body is trying to give you and rest to help recover from this infection; if you push too hard you will get more sick. Go with the flow.
Take Vitamin C, eat healthy, take herbs like Pelargonium sidoides, a geranium root from South Africa proven to help fight colds and other viruses. ...Read more
Please let me know if there is any way to boost our physical and mental energy level so that we can perform more in day-to-day life?
Stay lean: And healthy through proper diet and exercise. Also exercise your mind as much as possible, get appropriate amount of sleep, avoid unnecessary medications/supplements/tobacco/alsohol, have a good sense of humor, enjoy what you do, have lots of friends, always strive to reach fulfilling goals, and be born to parents with good genetics. ...Read more
I've been diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. I'm 30 years old. What are some vitamins o can take to maintain a healthy energy level?
On CFS & immunity: What Rx drugs might help with high susceptibility to viruses? Antiviral botanicals had modest results, but little energy level rise
No miracle: Although studies have shown that those with low vitamin D3 level are more likely to contract viral respiratory disease. I am not aware of any botanical including echinacea having proven anti-viral activities. ...Read more
I have sle lupus and my energy level is very low is it safe for me to take B12 with all my other meds to help with energy?
Is it generally safe to take dhea. I bought them as I had low energy level and fatigue associated with anxiety. Is it a safe supplement?
Nope: Dhea is converted to cortisone, testosterone and estrogen - and you have not control as to which or how much. Also, most of the dhea supplements don't have much dhea in them, and who know what else is in there. You don't even know why you're taking them or how to measure your response. Is it worth playing russian roulette with your health. Don't get medical info from tv, friends and the internet. ...Read more
Should I take a multivitamin or a b complex vitamin? I am a 48 year old female who is working a 3rd shift job for the very first time. I am having problems maintaining an energy level during my shift (1130pm-7:30am). Would either one, a multivitamin or
Hello.: Hello. People often take vitamin c separately if they are looking to take really high doses. However the body tend to urinate out the excess. Multiple vitamins should contain an adequate amount of vitamin c. By taking one pill it could be less expensive in the long run (vice a series of pills) and less complicated. Usually vitamins are helpful if you have a deficiency or you don't get an adequate dietary intake, if you fall into one of those two categories it may help. It should not cause problems wtih sleep. ...Read more
Should I take a multivitamin or b-complex vitamin? I am a 48 year old female who is working a 3rd shift job for the very first time. I am having problems maintaining an energy level during my shift (1130pm-7:30am). Would either one, a multivitamin or b co
Hello.: Hello. The multiple vitamin should contain b vitamins. So, it may be cheaper and less complex to take one pill. Vitamins tend to be helpful if there is a deficiency or if you are not getting the appropriate nutrients. If you fit one of thsoe bills it is likely to help and should not cause a problem with your sleep. ...Read more
I take atorvastatin, will coq10 help increase my energy level? Also take januvia, (sitagliptin) omega 3, lisiniprel and multi vitamin
Probably not: There is no harm in giving it a try however. ...Read more
You need to see your doctor to discuss this He/she will examine you and order the appropriate tests.
Additionally it might be appropriate to have a consult with a Psychiatrist or Psychologist. ...Read more
Management: If you don't have an underlying medical condition - check this out through a comprehensive medical check up, then sleep, diet and exercise are the "big three". You want to get adequate sleep - 6 to 8 hours per night; have nutritious meals 3 to 5 times a day - more, smaller meals are better; and get adequate exercise - 20 to 30 minutes, about every other day. These simple things will regulate you. ...Read more
Numerous: Fatigue is probably a symptoms of the majority of medical illnesses, so as a stand-alone symptom (outside the context of a medial history and exam), it tells you very little. Causes include poor diet, poor sleep, psychiatric disorders (e.g. Depression), and a list of medical disorders too long to even begin w/ a 400-char limit. See your primary care physician. ...Read more
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