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Do you normally have a lot of energy? What boosts your energy?

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I used to before I got sick. Sunshine and warm weather really helps. Why do I live in New England? It snowed again today just to be annoying.

sassygirl3869 Level 9 Apr 2, 2018
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Uhm, mine waxes and wanes. I'm either going 90mph like a rabbit or being roadkill.
Good sleep and B Complex drops helps a bunch. The fast rabbit phases are fading however :/

Qualia Level 8 Apr 2, 2018
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Working out first thing in the morning.

BD66 Level 7 Apr 2, 2018
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Yes, I have tons of energy.

Sarahroo29 Level 8 Apr 2, 2018
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now I am 70 I have energy at different times in the day and often have to have a power nap to catch up a bit

jacpod Level 8 Apr 2, 2018
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Rest and caffeine keeps me energetic.
Problem is some days I have no motivation to do anything.

bubinf Level 6 Apr 2, 2018
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yes , and greed and adventure fuel my fire

markdevenish Level 7 Apr 2, 2018
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Yes. And I maintain my energy by [mostly] eating right, getting proper sleep, and MOVING. The human body is a use-it-or-lose-it kinda thing.

chicagojcb Level 7 Apr 2, 2018
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I’m always sooooo drained... smile003.gif

try Nature's Bounty Vitamin B Complex sublingual drops. As good as a B12 shot for me.

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Surprisingly I have a pretty good amount of energy to me.. Despite the rigors of my past few years I still manage to pluck up the energy for the day.. Coffee helps that's for damn sure but without it I can manage just fine.

josh23452 Level 7 Apr 2, 2018
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Just enjoying life, about to have my 1st coffee of the day, then walk into the ocean and swim the tide home.

Rugglesby Level 8 Apr 2, 2018
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I haven't had energy since I was 12 years old. My energy levels dropped off a lot when I was in 9th grade, and never recovered. I do notice a difference when I eat a strict whole, raw, plant-based diet, though; my energy levels noticeably increase — but not to the point where I'd consider myself to truly be energetic. A little exercise can help, too.

resserts Level 8 Apr 2, 2018
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Have vertigo, so am always dizzy.I join meet up groups the do stuff so with others I can motivate.

Hobo Level 2 Apr 2, 2018
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Going for a good walk, drinking coffee, being in the sun.

jeffy Level 7 Apr 2, 2018
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I had less energy before taking thyroid replacement hormone. Turned out I had Hashimoto's Disease.

ejbman Level 7 Apr 2, 2018

@Kassie Sorry for your friend. Luckily it’s manageable.

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Coffee of course ... but in general I have better energy now that I’m vegan than before. ... also when completely wiped out sexual energy can amaze oneself, that’s the real resurrection.

ArdentAtheist Level 8 Apr 2, 2018
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Coffee. Particularly at the end of day.

Gatovicolo Level 7 Apr 2, 2018
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Yes! I have an enormous amount of energy. Being among good company and having good conversations , vitamin/mineral supplements, good sleep, working hard and feeling productive, regular exercise, attention to my appearance, COFFEE, and finally: rest and relaxation a must (easy music, bubble baths, watching rented movies in bed, cooking).

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My brain and my body are in two different timetables. Pain factor neglected or not observed. Caffeine is Source.

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I am nothing but energy when I'm truly rested.
I take daily supplements and different herbal extracts. I love my different herbal teas.

Wildgreens Level 7 Apr 2, 2018
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No, not really but I do get a natural buzz if I find something interesting to do and sometimes have to finish it. I'm all or nothing by nature and don't do things by halves.

LeighShelton Level 8 Apr 2, 2018
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The gym is a "natural" energy booster.

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It boosts energy to take an early morning walk.

Also great, a cup of cho-wa tea a day, tiny amounts of MX sarsaparilla powder (powdered root beer), dump most cooked and processed food, dump red meat-most meat, actually, except for fish.

birdingnut Level 8 Apr 2, 2018
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Yes knowing that i am one step away from my destiny in my journey

Rosh Level 7 Apr 2, 2018
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I am pretty sedate and sedentary by nature. Ironically, I also tend to have mor eendurance than most other people. For instance, when on hikes, I usually need fewer rests than others in the group.

snytiger6 Level 9 Apr 2, 2018
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