Managing Disease-Related Fatigue

By connie Jeon | Blog

Dec 11
disease-related fatigue

Disease-related fatigue can have a major impact in your life.

Although fatigue is a common symptom of many chronic diseases, some people are reluctant to seek medical care. If left untreated, it can take a heavier toll on your physical and emotional well-being.

There is a misconception that experiencing fatigue means your disease is getting worse. This is especially true in cancer patients who may continue to feel exhausted even after completing the treatment.

These interventions can help you cope with fatigue:

Nutritional changes. If you’re constantly feeling sick and tired, an alkaline diet can balance you out. We recommend a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, plenty of water, and avoiding processed foods, coffee, and alcohol.

Yoga. Take part in relaxing activities like yoga. Studies show that yoga is an effective way to reduce tiredness symptoms. Just one session a week can help boost your energy.

Hormone optimization. Bioidentical hormones match the chemical and molecular structures of hormones produced in the human body. These are often derived from plant sources and custom made for you based on your unique hormonal needs.

Do you feel like you’re always tired?  If your fatigue doesn’t resolve with lifestyle changes, proper diet and rest, let’s get to the root cause. Contact us today and get your energy back!

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