Chronic Fatigue and Pain due to Oxygen Deprivation

Are you suffering from chronic pain? Cold hands? Cold Feet? Tingling or numbness? Chronic hip or back pain and treatments do not help. Is this you? If you’re suffering from chronic pain, it’s likely that you’ve tried a variety of treatment options as you search for pain relief. The commonly held theory is constant repetitive…

Chronic Fatigue – Brain Fog – Anemia

Did your lab results come back “Normal” or “Within Range” but you still suffer from Chronic Fatigue, Brain Fog, Joint pain and Muscle aches? When the lab tests came in. The labs were within normal or functional ranges. Some of the markers may be towards the top or bottom edge of the Medical or Functional ranges.…

Breaking the Candida Diet

Have your ever broken your Candida Diet? What happened? Your symptoms came back. Why? Social Media and the Internet will tell you it’s Candida. However, there is a problem. Current medical microbiology using DNA (Polymer Chain Reaction) is showing that Candida occurs less than three percent (3%) of lab tests. Social Media and the internet…

What is the NEI Supersystem?

The Neuro-Endo-Immune Supersystem communicates with the body via shared messenger molecules called neurotransmitters, cytokines or hormones. To help you understand the Neuro-Endo-Immune (NEI) Supersystem, allow me to use an analogy. The body is the computer hardware. Just as Microsoft Windows is the operating system for computers, the NEI Supersystem is the body’s operating system. I’ll use…

Oral Health and Hypothyroidism

Those suffering from thyroid conditions may experience recurrent gum bleeding, easy bruising, and chronic fatigue. Hypothyroid patients have capillary blood supply alterations in gum tissues. Those suffering from thyroid issues have enhanced periodontal bone loss as tooth-supporting alveolar bone is less sensitive to hormonal signals. Periodontitis is a set of inflammatory conditions affecting the periodontium,…

Is Low Dose Naltrexone (#ldn) Stimulating Autoimmunity?

Naltrexone (#ldn) is usually used in 50mg doses as a drug to help heroin or opium addicts, by blocking the effect of such drugs.  By blocking opioid receptors, naltrexone also blocks the reception of the opioid hormones (endorphins) that the brain and adrenal glands produce.   Many body tissues have receptors for the endorphins, including…