Your journey continues as you turn from the medical community in search of a solution. You decide to seek out a more natural route, alternate health care, because traditional medicine has been no help (to the contrary, it probably made you feel worse!). To your surprise, the alternate health-care provider identifies a problem right away. He may claim you have “systemic yeast”, “leaky gut syndrome” or “subclinical hypothyroidism” as the cause of your symptoms.
Alternate practitioners typically do a hair or eye analysis, blood work, urine test or muscle exam to determine exactly what you need. Then they usually recommend certain herb, bowel cleanses, diet changes and nutritional supplementation to correct the diagnosed problems.
Relief & hope mounts become someone is finally listening and can actually provide an explanation for the exhaustion, Even though your health and your sense of well being may improve because of lifestyle changes, you may begin to realize you should be feeling better and are still “not yourself”. Here’s why. Alternate care practitioners focus on trying to find out exactly which nutritional deficiencies you may have and then try to correct them. But the underlying problem still persists, which is oxidative stress. Most likely, you will continue doing anything you can to find help.