The demands of modern life can leave many of us feeling that we just don’t have enough energy to keep up. Fatigues makes everything we do seem more difficult and can rob us of enjoyment, enthusiasm and quality of life.
Why am I so tired?
We all know what if feels like to sleep poorly one night and struggle to function well the following day. However, if you are feeling flat and tired more often than not then this is a problem that can negatively impact all aspects of your life.
Fatigue describes the physical and/or mental state of being tired, literally lacking energy, and while physical and mental fatigue are different, they often present together.
Fatigue can contribute to many common symptoms including:
muscle aches and pains
reduced stamina and endurance.
What causes Fatigue?
Low Iron levels
Inflammation and infection
Endocrine function – adrenal, thyroid and menstrual hormone imbalances
Excess body fat or difficulties losing weight
Unstable blood sugar levels
Mitochondrial dysfunction – your mitochondria are the powerhouse of every cell in your body.
Cindi will work with you to identify and address contributing factors to your fatigue to restore your energy levels. She may recommend in-clinic testing to assess your cellular health and nutritional deficiencies.
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