Do you find yourself being tired every day when you get out of bed? You may be suffering from Fatigue. Mitch Webb works with individuals in both Wake and Durham Counties who suffer with fatigue. Mitch likes to have a phone consultation with you and discuss your overall daily activities on a week-to-week basis. Visiting an Integrative Health Doctor before you begin any treatment plan is always a great idea.

Fatigue Q&A

What is Fatigue?

On any given day, you can feel tired or just not feel yourself from an energy perspective and just want to crawl back in bed and get a couple more hours of sleep. This is not Fatigue.

If your lack of energy and motivation is persistent, then it would be considered Fatigue. Mental fatigue is just as important as the physical fatigue most of us focus on. Mental fatigue can cause us to feel apathetic, drowsy, or indifferent to things we had passion for in the past.

Other terms used to describe Fatigue include:

  • Exhausted
  • Weary
  • Listless
  • Run-down
  • Brain fog
  • Malaise

If you experience these symptoms for more than a few days, schedule a diagnostic exam with a doctor.

How is Fatigue diagnosed?

Diagnosing the cause of Fatigue is a bit of a journey, and it’s not always straightforward. So many medical conditions out there have the same symptoms as Fatigue.

Mitch Webb feels that women should have a one-on-one consultation with a medical doctor as a first step to identify if they have Fatigue. Doctors most likely will review your medical and family history to get a better picture of what the core issue is causing your Fatigue. Sleep patterns and lifestyle also most likely will be a topic of conversation.

What causes Fatigue?

Some of the potential causes of Fatigue include:

  • Chronic toxin overload
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Neurobiochemistry issues
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Mitochondrial issues
  • HPA axis dysregulation
  • Methylation problems
  • Gut microbiome disruption

What treatments can help with Fatigue?

As a certified health coach, Mitch Webb always says that the one thing women can start doing to help move out of a fatigued state is to have the correct diet that eliminates certain foods and increases the intake of specific foods that will help optimize her body.

It’s called the 5-day energize without exercise weight loss challenge.

It has been designed to focus on many areas, no matter what your current condition is, to give you back that energy you once had and to help you drop a couple of pounds along the way. It will jump-start you physically and emotionally for your next steps with Mitch Webb. Mitch is a North Carolina native and is very committed to serving women in both Wake and Durham Counties.