Posts Tagged "Fatigue"

FATIGUE – Les Cole, MD, ABAARM, ABIHM

FATIGUE – Les Cole, MD, ABAARM, ABIHM

  Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms we see in functional medicine. Most patients have seen multiple doctors; have been told they are getting old, are depressed or need to exercise; are on multiple medications – antianxiety, anti-depressant,…

Low Testosterone & Prostate Cancer

Low Testosterone & Prostate Cancer

For years and even still today many doctors will not prescribe testosterone to men with low testosterone levels because they believe it will increase the risk of prostate cancer. This is medical dogma that has never been based in science….

Am I Hypothyroid?

Am I Hypothyroid?

Are You Fatigued? Do You Have Low energy? Your thyroid hormone, T3 (the active thyroid hormone), has many functions. One of these is to increase the number of mitochondria (power plants) in your cells. Your mitochondria are intracellular organelles that…

Signs & Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism

Signs & Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism

Hyperthyroidism occurs as a result of too much thyroid hormone production. It is much less common than Hypothyroidism which occurs 5 times more often. The symptoms listed below are the most common for hyperthyroidism. These may also occur if you…

Signs and Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

Signs and Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism affects many people. It is a condition with many potential symptoms, some more common than others. However, because everyone has different genetic makeup, nutritional inputs, exercise level, toxin exposure, etc., your individual set of symptoms will vary from those…

Ecological Medicine – Les Cole, MD

“If someone blew up a hospital or infected a water supply, we’d view it as an act of health terrorism. But pumping persistent organic pollutants into the atmosphere, clearing forests, over-using resources and contributing to global warming are equally inimical…

Type 2 Diabetes – How Did I Get Here?

Type 2 Diabetes – How Did I Get Here?

If you have Type 2 Diabetes (T2D), you’ve probably seen a doctor and been put on a blood sugar lowering medication (such as metformin) for it. If you asked how you got it, you may not have gotten an answer,…