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Chronic Fatigue and Stress Management

Do you feel extremely tired all the time? Does it change from day-to-day or even within the timeframe of one day? Does it get worse with exercise and make you feel generally lousy?

You may have chronic fatigue. Unmanaged stress, combined with other predisposing factors and certain triggers, can induce this condition and bring further problems with an array of symptoms that vary from person to person – see below. If this describes you, we may be able to help. Book a consultation with Sabine Gransden, our specialist in this area. Her individually designed 3-month program can help you regain your energy and provide you with proven methods to reduce and manage your stress and symptoms.

Do you feel extremely tired all the time? Does it change from day-to-day or even within the timeframe of one day? Does it get worse with exercise and make you feel generally lousy?

You may have chronic fatigue. Unmanaged stress, combined with other predisposing factors and certain triggers, can induce this condition and bring further problems with an array of symptoms that vary from person to person – see below. If this describes you, we may be able to help. Book a consultation with Sabine Gransden, our specialist in this area. Her individually designed 3-month program can help you regain your energy and provide you with proven methods to reduce and manage your stress and symptoms.

Other symptoms of chronic fatigue

Additionally to physical and mental fatigue, you may also be experiencing problems with sleeping, muscle or joint pain, headaches and even a sore throat, frequent colds and infections. You might have ‘brain fog’ and trouble concentrating or remembering things. Some people with chronic fatigue also experience dizziness, nausea and heart palpitations.

Other symptoms of stress

When we are exposed to high levels of stress long term, the body focusses completely on the stress response, taking away its energy from all the other systems such as digestion, immune function and reproductive system. It’s therefore extremely common for stress to manifest itself in your digestive system leading to problems such as bloating, cramping, indigestion, constipation, diarrhoea, reflux and general discomfort in the abdomen. Stress can also cause low mood, mood swings, anxiety and depression. The gut and the brain are closely connected so it’s not surprising.

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