Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) – 8 Causes and solutions

September 3, 2016 1002 views

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Chronic fatigue syndrome, or CFS, is a complicated disorder that effects more than a million Americans.

Always look at diet and Lifestyle:
1. Excess fat in the blood (lipotoxemia ) caused by over-consumption of animal based fatty foods.
2. Food compatibility
3. Adrenal deficiency of cortisol to release energy
4. Quality of sleep
5. Anemia, low iron, B12, 5MTHF, 20% of people don’t methylate benefit from injections.
6. Nutritional IV help
7. BioIdentical hormones
8. Life circumstances complexity

In addition to causing extreme and relentless fatigue that is not solved by sleep, CFS can also cause symptoms such as muscle pain, frequent headaches, multijoint pain (without the presence of redness or swelling), insomnia, loss of memory or concentration, frequent sore throats, and tender lymph nodes. The symptoms may be worsened by physical or mental activity, and they don’t improve with rest.

80% can improve

Michael Grossman, MD of Irvine, California consults for clients with Dr Nick who believes everyone can feel youthful and vibrant with the right balance of bioidentical hormones, nutritional support and stress reduction. Throughout Dr Grossman medical career, and Dr Nick has helped both men and women manage the effects of hormone imbalances including the symptoms of menopause, andropause and adrenal fatigue. Dr Nick is in Costa Mesa and Dr Grossman is in Orange County California since 1978 and has treated thousands of patients with his preventive and wellness approach to integrative medicine.

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