Holly Simmonds West Sussex Hypnotherapy
Contact Holly on 07774 148285 or holly@westsussexhypnotherapy.co.uk for a confidential discussion about your symptoms or treatment.

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Chronic Fatigue Triggers.

CFS/ME Triggers

 

There are a huge myriad of potential triggers for CFS/ME and even more symptoms, which when assessed together, to give the diagnosis.

  • Underlying problems with the immune system, which can be caused by a number of things.
  • Vitamin and mineral imbalance.
  • Life stress and “juggling too many balls”.  Type “A” people who tend to be achievers and have busy minds – women who juggle having a family and working, tend to be more prone CFS than men. Their Adrenal Glands wear out, leading to adrenal exhaustion or adrenal fatigue.
  • Traumatic events from preceding years. These tire out the body physically – again think of the adrenals.
  • Emotional trauma to the body, be it mental or physical.
  • A virus or infection of some kind – flu, bronchitis etc..in childhood.
  • Anaesthesia.
  • Genetic predisposition – with an inherited tendency towards CFS/ME being more common in some families.
  • Overuse of antibiotics and steroids – causing a compromised immune system.  This leads to the below problems…
  • Stomach issues and a lack of being able to absorb and digest the goodness from your food, which further compromises the immune system.
  • Candida and any other underlying yeast or parasite infections, which get hold and cause in themselves a myriad of health problems. www.yeastinfectionadvisor.com
  • Hormonal imbalance, which is extremely common, tends to go undiagnosed by GP’s.  This can be caused by an oestrogen and progesterone imbalance (oestrogen dominance – low progesterone levels, or visa versa – peri-menopause and menopause), along with HPA (Hypothalamus, Pituitary, Adrenal) glandular problems of the endocrine system.  This imbalance robs the mitochondria of oxygen, causing a deficit in energy production and subsequent CFS. www.johnleemd.com/
  • Mercury or other heavy metal poisoning.
  • Depression and Psychiatric problems – with some cases having been linked to mental exhaustion, candida and hormonal imbalance.

Contact Holly…

Contact Holly on 07774 148285 or holly@westsussexpersonaltherapy.co.uk
for a confidential discussion about your symptoms or treatment.
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