Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a malfunction of the pituitary, a pea-sized gland at the base of the skull, which regulates all our hormones. The pituitary and hypothalamus work together and whether one or both are malfunctioning, they share the same underlying problems. Although each situation is unique, patients improve when common factors are checked for and addressed, including, mitochondrial malfunction, hormonal deficiencies, infections, and other contributing conditions. Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may include fatigue that does not go away with restful sleep, headaches, flu-like feeling, fatigue with little exertion, mental fog, and poor concentration.
Holtorf Medical Group providers will check for malfunctioning mitochondria, hormonal deficiencies, infections, and other potential contributing conditions. Every aspect of our multi-system approach is supported by clinical research. And, thousands of patients have experienced the results.