Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Are there any alternatives to help with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

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Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?

If so, you’re part of the 20% (and growing) of society that experiences the same prolonged tiredness and depression.

If you haven’t been officially diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), but suffer from unrefreshing sleep, extreme fatigue (for seemingly no reason), brain fog, difficulty recalling events, difficulty focusing, or muscle pain and headaches, there’s a good chance you may be living with CFS.

Whether you’ve come to terms with feeling this way all the time or are still begging for an answer that the conventional medicine approach has no answer to, you should know that there is certainly a solution out there, and Functional Neurologists are trained to find it for you.

In fact, Functional Neurologists like to call this condition ME, short for Myalgic Encephalopathy. We use this term instead of “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome” as we feel it disrespects the realness of the symptoms for each patient. Thus, ME is our common name. (Myalgic means muscle aches or pains and encephalomyelitis means inflammation of the brain and spinal cord).

While no known cure for ME/CFS exists, Functional Neurologists are experts in addressing the underlying health imbalances through diet and lifestyle changes as well as customized supplementation and other therapies. These effective therapies can relieve symptoms, increase function, and allow the person to engage in daily activities again.

Would you be open to feeling less tired without the use of side-effect laden pharmaceuticals (some of which make you MORE drowsy)?