We offer specific tools and practices to focus a Lethargic Brain. Choose an option below to start on your pathway to focus.
When you are experiencing a lethargic brain, you may feel “under-aroused” or slow to process information. Your boss or teachers may perceive you as apathetic, depressed, or unmotivated, at least by mundane tasks. You may also have cognitive and learning issues, or at least be perceived as having them, as these concerns can contribute to or be confused with focus problems.
The lethargic brain is caused primarily by low levels of two neurotransmitters in the brain: norepinephrine and dopamine. Problems with the neurotransmitter acetylcholine may also be part of the cause. Acetylcholine controls several brain activities, including your ability to:
Mitochondrial dysfunction may also be a cause of slow brain processing speed. Mitochondria are the powerhouse of the cell that create energy to fuel the body and brain. The signs and symptoms of mitochondrial dysfunction are diverse, but most apparent in systems like the brain and gut. These symptoms can include:
You can reboot your mitochondria and neurotransmitters. There are many strategies that can help you balance your subtype and focus a Lethargic Brain. See below key tools to help you reclaim your focus.
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You'll learn natural and mindfulness approaches to balance your subtype and reclaim your focus. This self-guided program allows you to move at your own pace, but is also complemented by a community group space. This space offers fresh monthly content and conversations to enrich your journey. Sign up for the waitlist to learn more and receive special early and discounted access when the program launches in Summer 2020.