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Is this 'lack of energy' caused by diet or exercise?
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Dr. Janet Greenhut
Preventive Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Poor diet?
It's hard to say without knowing if your diet is well balanced.
If you're not getting enough protein you may feel tired. Exercise usually makes a person feel more energetic. If your lack of energy continues see your doctor. You might want to keep a food diary for 3 days so your doctor can see what you're eating.

In brief: Poor diet?
It's hard to say without knowing if your diet is well balanced.
If you're not getting enough protein you may feel tired. Exercise usually makes a person feel more energetic. If your lack of energy continues see your doctor. You might want to keep a food diary for 3 days so your doctor can see what you're eating.
Dr. Janet Greenhut
Dr. Janet Greenhut
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Dr. Darren Farnesi
Family Medicine
In brief: Or hormone imbalance
Lack of energy is one of the main symptoms of hormone imbalance.
However, it can be deconditioning - related to lack of exercise or improper nutrition.

In brief: Or hormone imbalance
Lack of energy is one of the main symptoms of hormone imbalance.
However, it can be deconditioning - related to lack of exercise or improper nutrition.
Dr. Darren Farnesi
Dr. Darren Farnesi
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