Your Distributor is Deb Gowen
My Cart
$ Retail Promo $ Monthly Promo
    Subtotal $ Retail $ Monthly
Orders are currently limited to 1 item per transaction to avoid potential customs delays.
Orders in your market are limited to $ per month. If you have questions, please refer to our Global Customer Program Terms & Conditions.

Your Cart Is Empty

Add Products to your cart before checking out

Your Distributor is
Deb Gowen
$ Retail Promo $ Monthly Promo
  Subtotal $ Retail $ Monthly
Orders are currently limited to 1 item per transaction to avoid potential customs delays.
Orders in your market are limited to $ per month. If you have questions, please refer to our Global Customer Program Terms & Conditions.

Your Cart Is Empty

Add Products to your cart before checking out

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Stress & Fatigue


Share This Article

In today’s fast-paced world we are all biting off more than we can chew. Spending sleepless nights at the library studying for exams, logging long hours at work, and running ourselves into the ground trying to maintain a picture-perfect home life have become the norm. We have turned into professional multitaskers, determined to optimize our time in order to increase our productivity. Unfortunately, our tendency to overextend ourselves is doing us more harm than good, leaving us time-crunched, overwhelmed, and worse yet – stressed.


Though we know there are many drawbacks associated with this fast-paced lifestyle, one of the biggest problems is that we are all left in a constant state of “fatigue” or “exhaustion”. But what does that really mean? Are we all truly suffering from a lack of energy or might it be something else?

Mislabeling Fatigue

If we look at the textbook definition, fatigue is defined as “extreme tiredness, typically resulting from mental or physical exertion or illness”. Ask a person to define fatigue and it is often described as being tired – physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Unfortunately, using the umbrella term “fatigue” or “tired” to describe various physical, mental, and emotional symptoms often leads us to the wrong solution.

What do I mean by this?

If you use the word “tired” to describe how you are feeling, the obvious solution to relieve your tiredness would be energy. And what do we turn to when we need energy? For most of us – energy drinks, coffee, soda, and other snack items (e.g., candy, cookies, etc.). In other words, we reach for SUGAR and CAFFEINE – two well-known solutions for low energy.


  • The fuel that our body runs on.
  • By eating sugar, you are in essence “refilling your gas tank” or giving your body the energy it needs to keep running.
  • Energy drinks, soda, and snack foods contain simple sugars that provide a quick burst of energy but typically result in a crash not long after consuming them.


  • A known stimulant.
  • Caffeine works to increase your energy levels by blocking the activity of a chemical in the brain that makes you feel tired and stimulating the release of a hormone that makes you feel energized.
  • When consumed in high doses, caffeine can overstimulate your nervous system causing you to feel jittery.

But what if the tiredness that you were describing wasn’t actually a result of low energy? Would sugar and caffeine still be the solution to your problem? Probably not. Here’s why –

When forced to further explain what they mean by tired, people frequently say:

  • Lack of mental focus
  • Decreased concentration
  • Brain fog
  • Suppressed mood

People often label their lack of mental focus as “tiredness”, their decreased concentration and afternoon brain fog as “fatigue”, and their suppressed mood as “exhaustion”. It would make sense then that sugar and caffeine would likely not provide relief from these symptoms. Unless, of course, any one of the symptoms listed above was a direct result of low energy. In which case, sugar and caffeine may provide relief.

Redefining the Energy Crisis

So – if the fatigue we are describing doesn’t actually mean ‘low energy’, rather it describes symptoms more closely related to poor brain performance, then the solution we are looking for is NOT sugar or caffeine. Instead, we need a solution that works to optimize brain function.

And what promotes optimal brain function?

Several things – adequate sleep, a healthy diet, exercise, and low stress levels are all things that will keep your brain working at its best. Unfortunately, since most of us live in a not-so-perfect world, we come up short some days. This means we need an alternative solution that can provide added protection to our brains on the days we find ourselves falling short.

AXIO Smart Energy

AXIO is a unique, multi-dimensional brain performance product that delivers mental focus, positive mood, stress resilience, and anti-fatigue benefits. AXIO Energy and AXIO Endure were created to offer you an alternative when seeking a solution for your so-called energy crisis. This unique product not only solves the low energy problem (without the high levels of sugar and caffeine), it also provides a solution for those of you who may actually be suffering from poor brain performance. For this reason, AXIO offers a SMARTER energy solution!

See the chart below for a full description of AXIO’s benefits.

Enhanced Nrf2 Technology

New Zealand Pine Bark, Green Tea, Quercitin

  • Nrf2 Activators.
  • Help Protect against cellular stress.

Additional Ingredients

Suntheanine (L-theanine)

  • Helps promote a state of alertness without the jitters.
  • Helps improve learning performance, focus, and mental acuity.


  • Helps support normal nervous system function and brain health.
  • Promotes healthy energy metabolism.

B Vitamins

  • Helps maintain normal cellular function.
  • Helps promote a positive mood.
  • Helps support optimal working memory.
  • Helps reduce fatigue and promotes healthier energy.


  • Helps promote alertness, mental clarity, and sense of energy.


  • Helps support normal brain and nervous system function.
  • Helps optimize memory and attention.

*No added caffeine in AXIO Endure. Only contains a small amount from green tea(~13mg/svg.) **DMAE only found in AXIO Energy.

If you are feeling tired and exhausted, you are not alone! But before you go reaching for just any type of solution, think twice about whether it is truly a lack of energy you are suffering from. Next time, try to better define what you actually mean when you say you’re tired.

If you find yourself describing things more closely related to brain function and aren’t in need of a quick boost of energy, try AXIO Endure.The ingredients in this product work to enhance your brain performance as well as support healthy energy metabolism.

  • Recommended use for an afternoon lull in energy levels (often associated with brain fog or reduced concentration), for individuals not accustomed to caffeine intake, or for those sensitive to small doses of caffeine as found in AXIO Energy.

If you find yourself coming back to the word “tired” and truly feel like you are low in energy, try AXIO Energy.This product contains added caffeine and, when combined with the ingredient L-theanine, gives you the boost of energy you need but without the jitters or overstimulation. And, AXIO Energy also includes a number of ingredients that work to optimize brain function. So, no matter which AXIO product you choose, you will always be receiving brain performance benefits.

  • Recommended use for morning, prior to exercise, or for those days when you just need a little extra something to get you through.

**The benefits listed for the above ingredients are based on historical/documented use. Some of these benefits may not be available at their full amounts at the current recommended dose of AXIO. You may have to consume more than one (1) AXIO packet to get the benefit described above.

Our Purpose

We dare to imagine an abundant world where both physical and financial health is optimized. We believe your well-being matters. That’s why we’ve combined the cutting-edge research of nutrigenomics with a leveraged plan to build your own legacy.

Because You Matter
Continue Shopping