First, most turn to unhealthy lifestyle habits to stimulate themselves in the face of tiredness, and then search for solutions outside of themselves and their lifestyle, that will make their symptoms go away.
As if, responding to stress and tiredness in ways that ultimately create more stress and fatigue solves the problem. Clearly, it doesn't, and the problem comes back even stronger.
And, unfortunately, many, if not most of the so-called solutions "out there" are unintentionally "impotent," because they're not dealing with your real problem; the impact of an overwhelming life—low personal energy.
Meanwhile, to beat that fatigue, most of us keep the pedal to the metal to keep going, since at least being super stimulated and productive will make us feel better. That's what we do, but it doesn't solve our fatigue, the pains it gives rise to, and we just learn to live with it.
Isn't that true?
And have you ever just solved the problem of constant tiredness, with tests, vitamins, eating less or simply better, exercising even more, or extreme work ethic, let alone medications?
My guess is, probably not.
Which bears asking the natural next question is do you have to live that way, willing yourself to overcome tiredness, the aches and pains that then arise with now declining health, so you can be "successful?"
The accurate answer is no.
You do not need to tire out, burnout, and wear out, and ultimately trade your health for success. Yet, that's exactly what happens to us, when we're under recuperated and over stimulated in a non-stop strive day in and day out.
But, I'm here to say, that it does not need to be that way for you, and for that statement to be true you've got to have a breakthrough, an energy breakthrough.
Actually, SEVEN of them!