Chronic Fatigue Food Testing Dr. James
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a complex disorder. This disorder is characterized
as an overwhelming fatigue that simply does not go away despite rest and sleep.
Symptoms range from weakness and forgetfulness to the inability to
concentrate as well as pain and insomnia.
Causes of chronic fatigue syndrome can vary.
Infections such as parasitic, viral or bacterial infections may be to blame.
This condition may be associated with the influenza (Flu) virus, Epstein Barr virus,
Mononucleosis (Mono), Herpes or Lyme Disease.
Chronic Stress can wreak havoc on a person’s adrenal function. When the adrenals
are not working properly, it can lead to a decrease in a person’s overall energy level.
Autoimmune Diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Crohn’s disease and
lupus may cause a person to be more likely to develop CFS
Poor Sleep is one of the main hallmarks of chronic fatigue syndrome. Having sleep
disturbances may put a person at greater risk for developing CFS.
Correcting Diet / Digestive Issues: The first step in correcting your diet is to eliminate any food that you may be sensitive to. Some common culprits include dairy, grains and sugar. To achieve this, we perform a simple lab test and provide you with a customized food list based on your lab results.
Ensure Proper Adrenal Function: To do this, our office may recommend particular supplements designed to help with adrenal function
Repair Your Gut: This may be one of the most beneficial things you can do for your health. Ensuring that your gut micro biome is healthy is vital to your health. In our office, we may recommend certain pre and probiotics as well as digestive enzymes to help you ensure optimal function.
If you or a loved one is suffering and looking for answers, contact our office today to see how we can help you!
(314) 722 – TEST
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