Glutathione plays a part in providing help for chronic fatigue syndrome. Although the results are outstanding, there are other things that should be used. The Glutathione will be considered last.
Note: What if you could do all of the following in one simple treatment. Boosting glutathione does all of the following. More on this at the end.
There can be numerous potential causes for CFS. Effective help for chronic fatigue syndrome involves supporting and enhancing the the systems and organs that could be connected in any way to CFS.
Identify, rule out or manage other related health issues Rule out Lyme or MSIDS (Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome Identify food sensitivities and eliminate those foods Identify and manage nutrient deficiencies
Support and enhance your immune function Enhance the livers ability to detoxify Support and strengthen gastrointestinal health Support and strengthen adrenal function
As crazy as this sound, start an exercise program. There are several reasons why this can provide help for chronic fatigue syndrome. One of the ways our body gets rid of toxins is through our secondary circulatory system. Although most people know about it, the do not specifically know that, yes, we have two circulatory systems.
If you have ever heard of the lymph nodes, then you know about our second circulatory system. It only works with our muscle movement. The more we move muscles, the more we move lymph. This means more toxins can be moved around and eliminated. So start to exercise. But.....
What is the best exercise program you can do?
The best exercise is what ever you will do. There is a two for one potential here and possibly a three for one. If you can, go outside for your exercise you will get a dose of fresh air (unless you live someplace with high levels of air pollution). you will get fresh air. Getting outside will expose you to sun light, which helps you produce the natural steroid we call vitamin D.
Vitamin D3 is one of the things that will help your body build glutathione which in turn will help it fight the chronic fatigue syndrome. When taking vitamin D3, it is good to take vitamin K2 8 hours apart to balance and get the best benefit.
Sun Light is one of the ways we boost our vitamin D in our bodies. If you cannot get sun, then RLT or Red Light Therapy may also help. In a 2018 article in Practical Pain Management, 'Photobiomodulation for the Treatment of Fibromyalgia' the doctors reported that there was dramatic pain reduction using DIY red light therapy.
Begin a moderate exercise program. Many people report feeling better once they start exercising. Be careful to not overexert yourself. This can worsen symptoms.
Those who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome find that it is better to avoid or at least reduce foods that act as stimulants. This includes coffee, most kinds of tea and foods that are enhanced with caffeine.
Reduce foods that are made of white flower. As it breaks down, it turns into a simple sugar.
Avoid white sugar and foods that contain white sugar. This would include grade A fancy honey. Fancy honey is made by adding white sugar to it.
Totally avoid corn syrup. It has no food value and it is worse than white sugar.
Botanical Help for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Note: Just because this is easy to get does not mean it is safe. Do not use unless consulting a doctor or pharmacist and ask about the...
POTENTIAL INTERACTIONS OF DRUGS AND FOODS WITH LICORICE ROOT.
Licorice root (if it contains glycyrrhizin) will help with the adrenal glands. Because it is so potent, the dose and how long it is taken should be under the guidance of a health care practitioner who is familiar with its use. If it can help your adrenals, it may have the potential to hurt your kidneys.
Licorice root stimulates the adrenal glands and blocks prevents active cortisol from being broken down.
For some it seems to help and for others it is of no benefit.
Asian ginseng and eleuthero are also used as help for chronic fatigue syndrome.
These herbs produce an immunomodulating effect and support the normal function of the hormonal stress system of the body (hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis).
Also used are suma, astragalus, Siberian ginseng, and Pantothenic acid. These are used to strengthen the adrenal glands and for stress management.
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) root, 2.5 grams is taken daily for six to eight weeks.
Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng) or Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus) is taken for six to eight weeks after discontinuance of the licorice.
Sodium: Some have benefited from additional salt intake. This is because of the low blood pressure some have to deal with. Before increasing or making a change like this, consult with a health care professional.
Calcium: Calcium helps the muscles work the way they should. Only get it from food sources and not supplements.
Magnesium also helps with muscles and numerous other processes. Those with CFS often have lower than normal magnesium levels. Studies are not conclusive but some who have a deficiency have found it to help improve symptoms. Since it only helps those with low levels, it would be good to find out what your levels are.
Combining potassium aspartate and magnesium aspartate has helped some chronically fatigued people in double-blind trials.
There is science to suggest that increasing the bodies alkalinity will offer a measure of relief from chronic fatigue for some. Both bacteria and viruses cannot exist in an alkaline environment.
Foods such as vegetables, fruit (except citrus), whole grains, beans, lean poultry and fish will promote an alkaline pH in the body. Products such as coral calcium.
Fatigue can be caused by vitamin B 12. Research on B12 shots has shown benefit for 50-75% of those who receive them. However, B 12 shots work for people who also are not suffering from CFS. The same results were not obtained from oral B vitamins.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a low cg syndrome condition. The intake of cysteine is perhaps the simplest and best help for chronic fatigue syndrome. In addition to increasing the cysteine, it would not hurt to increase the co-factors of glutathione at the same time.
There are three aspects of boosting glutathione. We will update with new help for chronic fatigue syndrome as knowledge becomes available.
Eliminate toxic foods and posions Eat foods that help boost glutathione Take supplements that boost glutathione
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Glutathione has a high affinity for water. Simply put, if we are dehydrated our bodies may not make as much as they could. Or, what we do make may be less effective.
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