Chronic Fatigue Syndrome effects up to 1 million adults, each year, in the United States alone.
If you experience extremely low levels of energy, significant fatigue after exercise or exertion, difficulty remembering or concentrating (brain fog), muscle and joint pain, insomnia or unrestful sleep, frequent illness, or depression, you may suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can be triggered by many causes, and can occur with other conditions, so it is commonly undiagnosed.
Some of the possible causes of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome include: viral infections, immune dysfunction, hormonal imbalance, food allergies, low blood pressure, environmental toxins (such as heavy metal toxicity), cognitive dysfunction, yeast/candida overgrowth, leaky gut, nutritional deficiency, emotional stress, or trauma.
Finding the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can be difficult, without the right tools. We, at Greiner Health Solutions, utilize cutting-edge specific testing to determine the underling cause of your symptoms, then develop a customized plan to allow your body to heal and recover.