By Samual J. Byrd, M.D.
John was 52 years young and lived an active life, when gradually he felt his energy level dwindling. John used to love to work around the yard or in his garage to unwind after work; however, he noticed he wanted to eat and go to bed.
At work, he made frequent trips to the coffee pot, and he was even trying energy drinks to give him a midday boost. John blamed his fatigue on his work load, stress at home, and even possible depression.
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