Integrative Management of Fatigue

GBP 4850

Includes lifetime access

Course Overview

Chronic fatigue is very prevalent in modern-day society. The aim of this module is to explore the numerous causes of
fatigue and incorporate an Integrative approach to managing the root causes that
may be underlying.  The case studies
have specifically been chosen to cover various causes of fatigue and to
facilitate an easy learning process of the functional medicine model approach.

Some of the underlying causes of chronic fatigue explored in the module include:

  • Mitochondrial issues with poor ATP output
  • Yeast overgrowth
  • Dysbiosis and leaky gut
  • Adrenal stress with or without fatigue
  • Hormonal issues including thyroid hormone issues, menopause, and andropause
  • Chronic stress
  • Environmental toxicity with hormonal, neurological, and endocrine disruption
  • Chronic infective disorders such as Ebstein Barr and coxsackie viral infections, Lyme disease, and other chronic infestations including paracytic, viral and chronic atypical bacterial infections
  • Impaired detoxification
  • Emotional stress