Are You Always Tired? | Simple Tips to Improve Energy | Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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16 Replies to “Are You Always Tired? | Simple Tips to Improve Energy | Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

  1. Watup Doc?  Boy this topic has BEEN ON MY MIND!  I've been wondering about CFS since my energy is so low and I'm always tired and can't sleep.  But as I shared with you my Testosterone levels came back @ 182ng 2nd draw free t was 112 which was low, using labcorp ref.  weird thing was DHEA was elevated?  I'm super interested ordering labs from your office, I have a gazillion questions and am so desperate.  This all started in May of this year when my doctor gave me beta blockers, ever since then I've been fighting it feels like this chronic fatigue, since have discovered low t.

  2. Dr. Thomas,

    My Dad was diagnosed with Celiac. My sister has t been tested but she VERY likely has it. I would like to get tested for it but don't know where to start or who to go to. Can you help?


  3. I work for a naturopathic clinic as an IV Tech in Tigard. I am very pleased to come across your videos, and find you as a resource to refer patients in the future. Keep up the good work! 

  4. It's worth noting that chronic fatigue is a symptom of MANY illnesses, and CFS is a multisystematic illness whereby chronic fatigue is one of 80ish symptoms of it. I have severe CFS, I'm bedbound at 20, and need a wheelchair to get to the bathroom

  5. I have had sleeping problems since 2nd grade when I was told that I have ADHD and I will be a sophomore and like u said at night I'm never tired but in the morning u am and so my medicine doctor prescribed me 50 mg trazodone but it didn't really work so now I'm in 100 mg for my trazodone and the reason y u have ADHD is cuz I can't focus on anything at school and u have been put on a lot of different kinds if ADHD pills and now I'm on the strongest dose of methylphenidate and if I don't take my pill then I don't do well in school and caffeine or sugar literally won't effect me cuz I have had espresso and nothing happened I literally don't get hyper

  6. They say that chronic fatigue syndrome is related to fibromyalgia. However, I don't agree. I have fibromyalgia and have had since a 13yr old – I'm 21 now so that's 8 years. Anyway back on topic: the reason I disagree with the relation is because CFS is related to poor immune system function which leads to severe fatigue, the severe fatigue then leading to other problems such as headaches, dizziness and memory problems. Fibromyalgia on the other hand is more to do with the brain and central nervous system, causing problems with the way it sends pain messages to and from the brain, and heightens pain receptors and sensitivity. This leads to generalised musculoskeletal pain and heightened sensitivity to both pain and touch. As it's to do with the nervous system, neuropathic pain occurs, too. Due to the nervous system not behaving itself and malfunctioning it can cause other symptoms aswell, such as fatigue, headaches, concentration and memory problems, dizziness, and tinnitus. Peripheral neuropathy is also related to fibromyalgia, pointing the condition further in the direction of neurology. There's my opinion anyway.
    This is not a lecture; it's my opinion. Whats your opinion on the subject of the relationship of CFS and FMS Doctor? I'd appreciate hearing your side.

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