Chronic Fatigue is a Challenge You Can Overcome!

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By Steve Marmor  herbalist, iridologist, nutritional consultant

As a health practitioner for over two decades, the most common issues I see with people every day have to do with energy problems, commonly called Chronic Fatigue. People are flat out exhausted and don’t know what to do about it. The most common approach to this problem for most people is: coffee in the morning, a designer coffee drink, power drink or soda in the afternoon, and alcohol in the evening. It’s a roller coaster and not healthy. It’s what I call—get up, stay up, wind down. Either that, or people suffer with exhaustion on a daily basis and struggle through their days constantly running on low reserves.

One of my specialty areas is assisting people in getting to the underlying cause of low energy. Once this is accomplished, people feel better and can get back to pumping on all cylinders again. Many people have given up on feeling well because they have felt poorly for such a long time.

They (and the they may be you or people you know) have tried many things that haven’t worked satisfactorily and often have feelings of hopelessness. People with this kind of ongoing fatigue experience a myriad of symptoms that get attention but are all part of a common syndrome. Read on…

The issue:

The “body battery” is somewhere between tired and exhausted and the nervous system is depleted and run-down. The correction is much broader than the common suggestion to support the adrenal glands. Often, the cause is simply too much stress for too long! Common reasons people get to this point are: career, financial, relationship, caretaking for a family member that is ill, loss of a loved one, working and going to school at the same time, working two jobs, etc. Usually it is a combination of several of the stressors just mentioned. The common symptoms most people experience are: low energy; sleep problems; moodiness; concentration and memory not what it should be; elevated carb and sugar cravings; anxiety; weight gain is common with difficulty getting the weight off; inexplicable lowered sexual libido; immune system compromised; and often one’s digestion is a problem as well.

All the above symptoms do not have to be present for the people experiencing this very low energy, but many of them often are. Of the symptoms mentioned, the one’s that generally get the most attention are the sleep problems; the extremely low energy; and the digestive challenges (acid reflux, bloating, nausea, gas, constipation, shallow breathing, etc.). Again, these are all very addressable symptoms that have come to “look” like the problem. It is your birthright to feel well and have vitality. It is simply finding the key that fits the lock and will turn it, in order to get back to feeling like your old self again. For some people, they cannot even remember what feeling good used to feel like.

The correction:

Resting more (and I mean truly giving yourself a permission slip to rest and doing so); staying away from emotionally draining situations to the extent you can; not exercising to fatigue but doing light to moderate exercise; and taking some specific herbal supplements for a finite period of time. Doing so will kick-start your results and get you on track to a healthier, more balanced and vital energy.

For additional support in an effort to re-build your energy and get back to pumping on all cylinders again, contact Steve Marmor for your personal health consultation (in person or by phone). For more information, contact: Steve Marmor at Herbs & More—Your Natural Health Center, since 1993, at 388 N. El Camino Real in Encinitas, Ca. 92024. Phone: 760 753-7272/http://herbsandmore.com/

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