It seems no matter how well I sleep at night, I always have to lay down in the afternoon for at least an hour. I'm 42 and I'm in fairly good health. What gives? Does any one else have this problem?Answer Question
Answer by rhianna1708 at 4:43 PM on Aug. 9, 2010
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Answer by MommaofH2 at 5:06 PM on Aug. 9, 2010
N A P... really, I'm not sure if I have heard of that word? hmmmm... let me go look it up.... hang on... HOLY CRAP, people are allowed to do that during day! Guess I'm tardy to the party.... ROFLMAO...
I found that you can do a few things with your diet to help with the whole thyroid issue. Add a little Vitamin D and make sure you are getting enough Iodine. I switched to an Ultra Vitamin with Iodine (you'd be surprised at how many brands don't have it) and I take a Vitamin D supplement. The Ultra Vitamin also has lots of B, K and biotin.... I have more energy these days and I am hoping my hair will stop falling out!
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