Adrenal Fatigue

 Adrenal fatigue can be a serious illness that leads to health problems including weight gain, diabetes, depression, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, and numerous other conditions.

Food Sensitivities

Food sensitivities can cause a wide range of symptoms
including inflammation, skin rash, joint pain, sinusitis,
asthma, insomnia, headaches, and digestive disorders producing bloating, gas, and poor food absorption.


Some signs of low thyroid production (hypothyroidism) are dry skin and hair, hair loss, fatigue, depression, weight gain, constipation, and hypersensitivity to cold.

Type 2 Diabetes

It’s possible to control and even reverse the effects of type 2 diabetes with the proper education about the disease and a good treatment plan.


Fibromyalgia syndrome is characterized by aching pain and stiffness in soft tissues including muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Fibromyalgia is best treated by seeking to correct the root causes of the physical symptoms being presented by the patient.

Menopause and

Menopause and perimenopause can trigger hormonal imbalances like estrogen dominance that can lead to a wide range of symptoms, including insomnia, night sweats, and hot flashes.

Polycystic Ovarian

PCOS can affect females of all ages and encompasses a group of signs and symptoms that may include irregular periods, weight gain, cysts in the ovaries, and other symptoms.


A major cause of PMS is an imbalance of hormones associated with a woman’s monthly period. Although a monthly cycle is a natural part of a female’s biological functions, there are things women (and the doctors who treat them) can do to help alleviate the symptoms.

Irritable Bowel

The symptoms of IBS can be characterized by altered bowel function, diarrhea or constipation, pain or distention of the abdomen, relief of pain with bowel movements, and varying degrees of anxiety or depression.

Peptic Ulcer

Peptic ulcer disease is a painful and potentially debilitating condition, but there are measures you can take to accelerate healing and avoid recurrences of peptic ulcers.