Look to the cause of the problem

Over the past 3.5 years i’ve been studying my tail off going to numerous seminars throughout the country learning to help people with really tough chronic conditions like Peripheral neuropathy, Hasimoto’s thyroiditis, Fibromyalgia, Diabetes, M.S. and a host of other Auto-immune conditions, and  many different neurological conditions since you can’t seperate the neurological problems from metabolic conditions, Gastro-intestinal conditons, hormonal imbalances,etc.  All these chronic conditions have many underlying causes and you really have to dig deep to find out what the causes are.  They can be from anything from a bad bacteria or virus that are causing your immune system to run haywire against your body, it can be food or enviromental sensitivities that you have no idea about, it can be chronic stress over time, and a host of many other causes.  The deal breakers that I find with chronic conditions that cause people a lot of misery int one’s life are:

1.  Blood sugar/adrenal imbalances.  If these are not in control (85-100), either to high or to low you are going to have problems.

2.   Anemias.  If you aren’t getting good oxygen through the red blood cells you are never going to have any energy.  Many different causes of anemias.

3.  Gastro-intestinal/liver dysfunction.  You have to have good gut health since 80% of your immune system lies in your gut.  We get people’s gut healthy and they get their health back.

4.   Auto-immunity.  If you have an auto-immune condition you need to manage it properly since it is an immune condition.

5.  Essential fatty acid metabolism.  Good to bad fat ratios have to be improved for good cellular and energy production.

Click the “Your Problem” for a great pic of what I’m talking about at the end of the paragraph.  This is how I start to dissect why you feel like you do.  This is the metabolic part of my practice.  This takes a ton of work and energy but it’s great to see people get their health back if they are committed to investing the time and energy back in to their health.Your Problem

If you know any one who suffers with a chronic health condition I may be able to help.

I had a great time at Lambeua field on Sunday with m son Riley and a friend of his.  If you ever get a chance to just do it.  I’ve been to many stadiums but their is nothing like a Packer experience.  You may even run in to some Osceola people while you are over there.

Curly Lambeau

Until next time, keep living healthier every day in every way!!  Dr. E

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