4 Habits Killing Your Energy

Are you wondering why you are constantly tired? It might be time to take a look at some daily habits that could be taking away your energy. For example, sitting still too much, poor diet, lack of sleep or even cell phone use. In this video, we dive into the research and some studies explaining the cause of these habits and how they suck your energy.

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