chronic fatigueChronic Fatigue Syndrome is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue that is not explained by any specific medical condition. Generally the cause is a combination of various factors. Among these are age, gender, hormone imbalances, stress, infections, and immune system problems. Chronic Fatigue can make it difficult to perform day to day activities. It can leave you tired for even a full day after strenuous physical or mental activity.

Common signs of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome include, but are not limited to: fatigue, concentration issues, unexplained muscle pain, lack of sleep quality, headaches, and enlarged nodes in the neck or armpits. These symptoms can make it hard to go about your day, and can lead to setting lifestyle restrictions on yourself, which can lead to social isolation and depression. We can get to the root cause of the Chronic Fatigue by running specific functional medicine tests to get to the root cause of the fatigue and get you feeling energized and fantastic again.

If you think you may have chronic fatigue we may want to run a vitamin deficiency test, or a food sensitivity test and definetely a comprehensive thyroid and adrenal test. At Nutritionally Yours we believe in a “root cause“ approach, meaning our goal is to find the places where your body is out of balance and causing unnecessary symptoms. By keeping your body at its finest, you are able to improve your quality of life!

You do not have to go through life tired! We can help you feel FANTASTIC!

Nutritionally Yours has a Naturopath, Holistic Minded Nutritionist, Medical Doctor, Life Counselor and a great customer service staff. We are here to help you feel your best and stay that way. We offer consultations in office, over the phone or via facetime for people not able to visit our clinic. We are located in Roswell GA, just 45 minutes north of Atlanta, GA. 

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Alane Palmer, Naturopath, CNC

Medical disclaimer: Testing cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.

References,. “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Mayo Clinic”. N.p., 2016. Web. 25 Feb. 2016.

By Alane Palmer, Naturopath, CNC