If you’re getting six to eight hours of sleep at night and you still have to drag yourself through eight seemingly endless hours of work during the day, it’s time for a fatigue check-up. Here are five acidic fatigue factors you might want to consider:
Acidic Fatigue Factor #1: Acid Blood or Anemia or I Eat Too Much Sugar and Animal Protein Dis-Ease.
You may be bleeding internally and not know it – bleeding ulcers, for instance, may be slowly dragging you down. Kidney dis-ease can also be the result of acidic blood or anemia. In women, acid caused fibroid tumors or acid uterine polyps can be the culprit. Blood loss can lead to a deficiency of hemoglobin, the alkalizing protein in the blood that carries oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body. The end result when your organs and tissues don’t get enough alkalizing oxygen is fatigue. Other tell-tale acidic symptoms are irritability, dizziness, and feeling cold. A simple live blood test can show acidic blood anemia, and fatigue or Stage 1 acidosis begins to diminish after only a month of alkalizing and energizing with the pH Miracle Lifestyle and Diet.
Acidic Fatigue Factor #2: Hypothyroidism or I Eat Too Much Crap Dis-ese.
If you are depressed, sluggish, and generally run-down, you may have an under-active acidic thyroid due to an acidic lifestyle and diet. The thyroid is a tiny gland with a big job; it sits at the base of your neck and regulates the speed at which your whole body operates and manages its alkaline design and acidic functions. While hypothyroidism affects both men and women, by age sixty, 17 percent of all women will have a thyroid disorder and not know it, according to the American Thyroid Foundation. A live and dried blood test can show it, and an alkaline lifestyle and diet can chase fatigue and an under-active acidic thyroid away.
Fatigue Factor #3: Caffeine Acid Overload or I Drink Too Much Acid Dis-Ease.
The hard core acid caffeine is everywhere these days, from fancy coffee drinks to so-called “energy” drinks. Too much of a acid thing, though, can drag you down instead of giving you a boost. “In some patients, continued abuse results in fatigue,” says W. Stephen Pray, PhD, RPh. Cut out all acidic caffeine that is causing your fatigue, and keep in mind that caffeine is found in other highly acidic foods such as chocolate, black tea, green tea, energy drinks, and also in many medications.
Fatigue Factor #4: Food Allergies or I Eat and Drink Acid Dis-Ease,
Acidic food allergies or intolerances can cause acidic symptoms from headaches to hives, but the first symptom is often drowsiness or fatigue within ten to thirty minutes of digesting the acidic food or drink. Common offenders are milk, yogurt, ice cream, cheese, high fructose corn syrup, MSG, shellfish, and all forms of sugar. If you suspect an acidic food or drink intolerance, try an “acid elimination diet” that cuts out all acidic foods and drinks for a week or so. You will find that you will no longer have food allergies. Continued digesting of an acidic food or drink your body can’t tolerate can lead not only to chronic fatigue but other health problems as well.
Fatigue Factor #5: Sleep Apnea or I Am Full of Acid Dis-Ease.
You may only think you’re getting six to eight hours of sleep. You may actually stop breathing many times during the night, which awakens you just long enough to disturb your sleep, usually without your being aware of it. If you sleep alone, your only clue that you may have sleep apnea is chronic acid fatigue. If you share a bed with someone, snoring is also an acidic symptom. (They’ll let you know!) A sleep clinic can diagnose sleep apnea, and an alkaline lifestyle and diet can often get you back on the road to restful nights. If you don’t stop the acid lifestyle and diet, an increased risk of stroke or heart attack is down the road instead of an alkaline peaceful sleep.
All five factors are symptoms of the first stage of latent tissue acidosis – enervation – and can easily be resolved with an alkaline lifestyle and diet.
To learn more about an alkaline lifestyle and diet go to:
http://www.phmiracleliving.com and/or read The pH Miracle, The pH Miracle for Diabetes and The pH Miracle for Weight Loss by Dr. Robert and Shelley Young.