When you’re always searching for the nearest bathroom or unable to join friends at certain restaurants, digestive issues can really hinder your quality of life. You may start secluding yourself from social situations if you’re having constant bouts of intestinal issues.
Are you one of the millions of Americans suffering from gastrointestinal issues? A lot of our patients come to us feeling like a bowling ball is stuck in their gut. The gas, the bloating, diarrhea and/or constipation can be unbearable.
Another factor that might be standing in your way of better health could be your genes. But you don’t have to let your genes rule your world. The MTHFR gene is important in your body’s proper detoxification process. We will dive deep into how a mutation in this gene may be affecting your health in “Could the MTHFR Gene be the Secret to Healing Your Mold Illness.”
There’s over a 50% chance you could be living in a water-damaged home. This increasing problem of mold is worldwide and can have adverse effects on you and your family. Your immune system can’t handle mold’s tiny little spores and could be the cause of your Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS). Find out in our new article this month “Is Mold Triggering Your Mast Cell Activation Syndrome” if these toxins could be wreaking havoc on your body.
When it comes to autoimmune disease, we recommend you find a functional medicine doctor who specializes in autoimmune disease treatment.
There is good news when it comes to autoimmune disease – in many cases, it is possible to completely reverse autoimmune conditions. Sometimes there are ways to live with an autoimmune disease so that it causes minimal interference in your life.
Because there are a variety of autoimmune diseases that differ depending on which tissues are being attacked, there is no one symptom that unifies all autoimmune diseases. In fact, because autoimmune diseases involve the immune system, symptoms are often multisystem, which can be very confusing. Autoimmune Disease The untreated autoimmune disease can become more difficult…
There are over a hundred autoimmune diseases, but here are some of the most common, Type 1 Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis, Systemic Lupus
When it comes to autoimmune disease, there are usually multiple causes that trigger an overreaction, which results in an attack on healthy tissues.
Autoimmune diseases affect millions of people every year and that number keeps growing. While there isn’t a consensus as to why autoimmune diseases are on the rise, chances are it’s due to several different factors, which may vary from person to person to cause the immune system to overreact.