Do you ever feel like you’re wading through treacle? Or do you feel that just getting out of bed in the morning is a struggle?
Fatigue is very common among both adults and children and although a lot of the time it can be related back to lifestyle, there are many other reasons why someone might be experiencing fatigue ranging from the simple to the more medically serious.
Here are 10 of the most common that we could expect to see in our clinic;
- Sleep deprivation
- Low calorie or poor diet
- Nutrient deficiency
- Immune response
- Adrenal Fatigue
In future posts I will go into more detail about each of these causes.
Thankfully many of these causes of fatigue can be picked up relatively simply through clinical questioning and blood tests and so they can also be dealt with.
The key though is that if something doesn’t feel right, get it investigated.
Did you know that I can interpret your blood test results that your GP got you to do?
There’s a lot of information that you can get from those results that your doctor simply doesn’t have time to tell you, such as whether you’re nutrient deficient, if there’s illness, infection or inflammation, stress hormone imbalances and so much more.
So if you aren’t feeling great and your blood tests have come back “normal” then maybe they need a closer look.
Would you like me to have a look?
If so, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s start this going.
Have a great day,