Chronic Fatigue

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?

It is estimated that over half of the population experiences chronic or generalized fatigue. Fatigue is a symptom that everyone experiences from time to time. However if you're experiencing debilitating fatigue on a regular basis, it's time to visit your health care professional. Fatigue can simply arise from not enough sleep and overwork. It can however be indicative of something more deep seated such as an immunological or hormonal disorder. The most common causes are stress, insomnia and depression. Various malfunctions in the endocrine, cardiovascular and digestive body systems may also cause fatigue.

There is no defined therapy or standard treatment for fatigue. Associated with depression, antidepressant medications are often prescribed for fatigue symptoms, which cause may considerable side effects. Most therapies emphasize reduced stress, overexertion prevention, stretching, dietary modification, and nutritional supplementation.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) uses a combination of acupuncture, moxibustion, Chinese herbal medicine, and lifestyle changes (diet, exercise and meditation) has been known to treat the various symptoms associated with fatigue/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and can strengthen a weakened immune system, enhance vital energy, nourish blood, and increase lymph circulation.

Naturopathy

Our practitioners use a variety of in-house and external screening tools to help formulate the best strategy to tackle your energy issues. Even if you already know the reason for your fatigue, we have some great remedies to help put the spring back in your step.

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We have caring, qualified holistic health practitioners in all our clinics. Follow the links for clinic addresses, contact details and hours: Australia: North Sydney, Castle Hill (Sydney), Brisbane, Gold Coast, West Perth, Melbourne New Zealand: North Auckland

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