Chronic fatigue

Hormonal imbalances


Hormonal deficiencies can be detected through a combination of a blood, urine and saliva test. In most people with symptoms of chronic fatigue, the production of various hormones - important for the energy level - is too low: thyroid hormone (thyroxine), DHEA, cortisol, aldosterone, testosterone, estrogen, progesterone and growth hormone. When deficiencies occur, I [...]

Hormonal imbalances2017-11-20T15:52:14+00:00

Poisoning by heavy metals


The body of most patients who suffer from fatigue is strained by heavy metals. Due to the industrial pollution of the environment, chemicals and heavy metals enter our body through the air we breathe and the food we eat. Dyes, woodworking products, insecticides, pesticides, oil combustion, vaccinations, marine pollution (heavy metals and PCBs in [...]

Poisoning by heavy metals2017-11-20T15:54:53+00:00

A weakened immune system


When you have been under stress for many years, haven’t slept enough, have eaten a lot of junk food and then you suddenly get infected with a bacteria or virus (chlamydia, mycoplasma, glandular fever, CMV, …) there’s a chance you might not recover properly. The infection then becomes chronical and gives complaints of fatigue, [...]

A weakened immune system2017-11-20T15:55:02+00:00

Poor intestinal functioning and gastric problems


To function optimally, a flawless digestion is essential. Two things are very important here: The stomach must produce sufficient digestive juices (gastric acid) to be able to digest food. The intestines must be able to absorb all necessary nutrients. More than half of the patients dealing with chronic fatigue also suffers from gastric problems. [...]

Poor intestinal functioning and gastric problems2017-11-20T15:55:20+00:00

Low blood pressure


A minimal blood pressure of 11/7 is optimal for a good health. If your blood pressure is lower, you can take the following measures: – Add extra salt to your food. – Drink more water or licorice tea (or take licorice extract in capsules). – A low dose of fludrocortisone (50-150 microgram a day) can [...]

Low blood pressure2017-11-20T15:55:31+00:00

Sleeping problems


An uninterrupted sleep of seven to eight hours is strictly necessary to give your body time to recover and to restore your batteries. Sufficient sleep is vital in enabling your adrenal glands to daily produce sufficient anti-stress hormones. A lot of people suffering from chronic fatigue are dealing with sleeping problems (an overall lack [...]

Sleeping problems2017-11-20T15:55:41+00:00
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