Understandably very disruptive to day-to-day living, excessive fatigue or exhaustion can make it impossible to accomplish your daily goals.
Energy production, as a body process, is the most foundational item we insist people focus on. Whether the symptom being experienced is fatigue or something more serious like cancer it still all boils down to how well the body is capable of producing energy.
Since energy production requires various hormones, nutrients, neurotransmitters, enzymes, OXYGEN, and even fuel (the right food) there are many areas that need to be examined to identify the root cause of the fatigue so it can be eliminated.
Diagnosing fatigue includes ruling out certain medical conditions that can cause fatigue, such as diabetes and anemia. After these are ruled out, each link in the process of energy production must be examined methodically, systematically and with intent to uncover the weak link. You can expect to be asked questions about your nutritional habits, activity levels, social patterns, and sleep quality to help identify possible reasons for your fatigue.
Along with a detailed review of your medical history, various blood tests and other diagnostic studies can help determine if your fatigue is a result of another medical condition or actually a breakdown in the energy production process. The results of these diagnostic studies also help determine what treatment is most effective, which often requires a multi-pronged approach.
Dysglycemia-Inability to regulate blood glucose levels.
Inflammation-this is rampant in our population today
Any statements made are for educational purposes only. They do not constitute medical advice, do not substitute for proper medical evaluation from a qualified medical provider nor create a doctor/patient relationship. If you would like medical advice please ask your doctor.