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Sarajane

743d

How do I get the energy to get out of bed?

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    • Musickel

      730d

      Also, get some healing, of any past hurts that you have, message me privately if you want help with this🌹

    • Musickel

      730d

      Also, get some healing, of any past hurts that you have, message me privately if you want help with this🌹

    • Musickel

      730d

      The food we eat also affects how we feel. Also I highly advise no alcohol because I have researched this and Heard it over and over again by well knowndoctors online it is toxic, and our livers cannot process it and get rid of the toxins that are already circulating in our body and some of us don’t detox very well based on our genes! If I have more than 1 small glass of organic red wine, I feel awful the next day !! and it’s also depressing! Alcohol is a depressant. Somethings that have helped me; eat breakfast as soon as you wake up because if you put coffee in your body first then your raising your cortisol to high and you could have trouble with blood sugar and trouble sleeping. So I have an egg and pc of toast, tiny bit of juice w water/greens. Or big bkf Eggs healthy chicken sausage and fry up some day old bake potato in coconut oil, if you want a big breakfast or just an egg and a piece of whole-grain healthy toast & tiny 1/4 juice w some water w powdered greens (this puts wonderful nutrition in my body and I feel this along with my supplements and thyroid pill that I take in the morning gives me energy. Then later on if I need a little extra some thing between a meaI have a piece of fruit. Lunch can be a half of a sandwich with healthy nitrate free meat, healthy gluten-free bread that’s whole-grain in a cup of some kind of healthy organic soup with some vegetables, Or a salad with chicken then the same thing for in between but because there’s more time probably in between lunch and dinner, I sometimes have a little tiny bit of organic low-fat cottage cheese or organic low-fat unsweet yogurt with honey and blueberries. Then a sensible dinner would be some grass fed meat wild caught fish, sweet potato or potato, and there’s lots of ways you can do these two items to change it up a bit, along with a green vegetable. If you have trouble sleeping then I also suggest maybe a little protein fat and carbs before bed but not a lot this could be some organic low-fat yogurt and a few blueberries.

    • Overcomer

      730d

      I have five conditions that take my energy away. But I take it day by day

    • kitkatbar

      732d

      My doctor prescribed me to get a dog 9 years ago for depression. So she needs to go potty and have breakfast. Then I can lay back down but she really helps.

    • Musickel

      740d

      Perfect Liver is what I take for the desiccated liver capsules. And I just found a brand of alpha GPC off of Amazon that had good ratings. It’s a really good idea to get your B12 level checked. Did you know you can go to Alta labs online, create account and request your own bloodwork, you don’t even need a doctor? A lot of people don’t know that but it’s also discounted and this is great especially for people who don’t have insurance. The reason why your B12 level is important to know is because you don’t want to buy the wrong kind. If you have been taking B12 that’s when it’s a good idea to get your level checked because I was taking a mess away did kind and did not know that I don’t methylate well and so the B12 was pooling in my blood. So I found that out when I got my level checked and it was like 1500! That’s when I did more research, and bought the right kind from Seeking Health for My genes. but I knew that I didn’t methylate well because I had a genetic test done. But there are lots of people who have MTHFR and other snippets associated with this and they may not be taking the correct b12 For their body.

    • FartPartyCentral

      740d

      Would you mind sharing the brand names? I’ve been researching desiccated liver & decent B12s. I’ve never heard of Alpha GPC, but will surely research it.

    • Overcomer

      741d

      Not easy but don't give up. I struggle the same

    • Musickel

      741d

      That was supposed to say pooling lol not pooping! Hahaha. Yes a good natural Doctor Who is very experienced with the thyroid will know all of these things. A lot of it comes down to the conversion why isn’t our T4 converting to T3? A lot of the time it’s due to low iron and you cannot just take it you have to heal the gut so that the gut is absorbing iron again. That’s kind of where I’m at right now. 😣 also one other thing, eating the right oils and not eating any of the bad oils. The right oils what I have learned online doing research is coconut oil and maybe avocado oil. Olive oil on salads only not for cooking. Any other oils that you are eating in chips or corn chips are not good for you and you should stop them immediately they interfere with the thyroid hormone pathway. So our genes can determine to a certain point if we’re going to get hypothyroidism but what we eat also is the other half. And of course many of us learn this sadly, too late. ❤️

    • Sarajane

      741d

      Thank you so much. I had no idea all these things you mentioned could impact my thyroid.

    • Musickel

      741d

      Are you taking supplements to help your body with hypothyroidism have you done research? Doctors are not real experienced in my humble opinion especially Western medicine. I had to go searching, for example selenium is important zinc is important taurine is important those are things that I found, vitamin C Liposomal is important finding out your B12 levels is important. Mine was sky high and the reason is because I don’t methylate well so the methylated B vitamins that I was taking was just pooping in my blood, And I had to look for another type so I found seeking health brand hydrox-adino b12, And that helped too. Also I know that what you eat plays a big part in how you feel because you can’t go spiking your blood sugar and eating a bunch of carbs or that’ll mess with your adrenals and cortisol and everything else. One of the other things that I learned through this whole journey is to eat something before you have coffee on an empty tummy. This has made a big difference in my sleep believe it or not keeping my blood sugar stable throughout the day, eating a piece of fruit two hours after my breakfast and two hours after my lunch and even before bed. I also take things like perfect liver which is a desiccated liver supplement that has all of the good things in it like iron and B vitamins from a natural food source because I don’t like liver and I won’t eat it. Another thing that has helped me is alpha GPC, helps with focus and clarity memory cognitive performance etc. anyhow I hope this is helpful ❤️

    • TobyJ

      742d

      Do you have something to look forward to during the day ? Sometimes if I have something to look forward to it is easier to get up and once o get going I’m feeling better. I guess a reason to get up for. I have no choice to get up cuz I have to get my kids off to school, but I don’t do much when they are in school. Some days I just can’t move

    • Dia

      742d

      If you are feeling fatigued when you get up in the morning but then have energy later in the day that may be an indication that your adrenals need support. I would suggest ashwagandha. It's an adaptogenic herb.

    • Anb200719

      743d

      My medicine is point on as well but the struggle to just do every day things is hard sometimes! Not sure if it ever gets better

    • Sarajane

      743d

      My levels goes up and down constantly

    • Sarajane

      743d

      I just feel really fatigued especially when I wake up in the morning. And my Dr only gives me levothyroxine

    • Anb200719

      743d

      My medicine is point on but life is still feeling miserable 😢

    • Dia

      743d

      It should get easier when you are on the correct dosage.

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