Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Fibromyalgia (Part 1 of 7)

Over thirty years experience with thousands of patients makes Dr. Teitelbaum one of the leading experts in this field. Natural and prescription treatments are explained.

20 Replies to “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Fibromyalgia (Part 1 of 7)”

  1. There are so many symptoms but what DrT has named are the most common. I've had Fibromyalgia and CFS for 8 years now. I'm glad more doctors are now understanding this is not something we are making up.

  2. Read Explaining colours to a blind man. Not only will it enlighten many as to what living with a mental illness and chronic fatigue syndrome is like, it also gives comfort to those sufferers who think there is no hope and that they are alone. It is very informative, sometimes shocking but also very funny in parts. All in all, a good read and highly recommended.

  3. Thanks very much for this useful video. Please do take a look at our channel for further specialised chronic fatigue syndrome videos

  4. Yet again, great work my friend!! Keep up your great work. You and your team are helping many people.

    Let's keep pulling together and helping these survivors to live their happiest and healthiest lives again. We will get there!! Keep on going…

    Sending Love~~~

  5. Canada does not apply to a lot of the websites. Not everyone gets FM/CFS from a immune problem. The FREE Questionairre he mentions on these interviews are also outdated!

  6. Life generator if you have old damage in your soft tissues juicing will not change it alone. To activate new fibroblast formation to restructure collagen try gua sha. Try Robert Cassar's Gua Sha. Use undiluted magnesium chloride with a jade stone, using the soft end instead of the hard sharp end if your a beginner. This will make pus come right out of your skin showing all the toxicity. Try massage cupping as well.

  7. Many people diagnosed with fibromyalgia and myofascial pain syndrome are actually misdiagnosed. Many may have a connective tissue disease called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome. It is reported that 80 percent of EDS don't receive a proper diagnosis in their lifetime. 1 out of ten people in the US have connective tissue disease.

  8. You may not have the obvious features such as extensive hypermobility but it may exist in the smaller joints such as the fingers. Smooth stretchy skin is common but not always fairly obvious. Read wisegeek.com's article on fascia, and my two comments directly under the article about fascia.

  9. I'm in pain and have much to share. This isn't spam. Please listen, I don't claim to know it all, and neither should anyone one of us from one video. please understand I do take the time to listen to each of these videos individually as they are useful. Fibro may be a separately different condition but EDS blurs the lines on that one. But I do think true Fibro is a complicated, arising from varied issues causing systemic issues.

  10. Please look up Dr.Scherling's StopchronicPain and Endogut website. Then lookup Dr.Diana Driscoll and Dr.Flanagan a.k.a the Upright Doctor

  11. Good info about the trigger! My trigger was 3 rounds of anti-biotics. But before that, my PH was already going down (my teeth were staining).

  12. Chapter 33 of Hillary Johnson's: Osler's Web: Inside the Labyrinth of the CFS Epidemic is "HIV-NEGATIVE AIDS."

    Neenyah Ostrom's book "America's Biggest Cover-up: 50 More Things…CFS & Its Link To AIDS" cites: "Some CFS Patients May Be Non-HIV AIDS Cases."

    Will CFS ever make any progress unless we acknowledge this fact?

    Published 14x on 4 continents, my life w/ NON HIV AIDS:

    w ww.ukprogressive.c o.uk/the-aids-like-disease-seldom-mentioned/article20891.htm l

    Or simply google “NON HIV AIDS”

  13. while Homeless how would one afford holistic healers? acupuncture, nutritionists,  chiropractors natural healers ALL OF THAT IS EXPENSIVE….. and

  14. How do you hitch hike when you have CFS?? My experience of cfs would not allow hitchhiking. Its difficult just to move around the house!!

  15. I never thought this would happen to me. I'm not sure which one I have though. The good part is I can sleep. Maybe it's just CFS.

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