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Fatigue

It is estimated that over 50% of the American population experiences chronic fatigue. The most common causes are stress, overwork, insomnia, depression, and various malfunctions in the major systems of the body (endocrine, cardiovascular, digestive, etc.) Western medicine is decidedly lacking in safe and effective treatment options for fatigue. Quite commonly, the first step is to use a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), such as Prozac, Paxil, or Wellbutrin, as fatigue is commonly associated with depression. Although trends are changing among the newer generation of doctors, it is still quite rare that the patient is offered lifestyle counseling that focuses on nutrition, exercise, and sleep. There are many wonderful alternative treatment options that include acupuncture, herbs, nutrition, and exercise. Acupuncture tops the list because it tends to be so effective is supplementing the body’s energy.


Do you suffer from fatigue? If so, how long have you suffered and how frequently? What is it like for you when your fatigue is at its very worst? What does it restrict you from doing? How does it affect you, your family and those around you? How is it affecting your work? Have you tried various things to improve your energy level and not gotten a lasting result? Would you like to be rid of your fatigue ONCE AND FOR ALL and be able to live life at its fullest again?


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