As we begin to age there are many negative factors taking place within our bodies that we may not recognize until the symptoms become apparent later in life.
You may not understand why you feel so tired, aren’t thinking as sharp as you once did, and may be packing on the pounds although your diet and lifestyle has remained the same.
Common complaints physicians hear is loss of energy, motivation, assertiveness, stamina, and libido. In addition to this, many women have problems and symptoms associated with pre-menopause, perimenopause, and post-menopause. Men have problems with low testosterone as they age.
The slow progression of these symptoms leads many of us to accept this as the new normal, as we accept that this is how it’s going as we continue with our daily lives.
On top of that, many physicians continue to prescribe drugs to mask the symptoms and never address the root cause of the problem.
At Edge Weight Loss & Fatigue, we’ve witnessed first-hand the life changing benefits of a wellness approach to healthcare. By proactively analyzing your specific body’s needs, we can address the nutritional, vitamin and mineral, and hormone deficiencies in your body leading to a balanced version of yourself.
Today there seems to be a drug for almost every symptom imaginable. You’ve seen the commercials for cholesterol drugs, blood pressure drugs, erectile dysfunction pills, diabetes meds, anti-depressants, and the list goes on. But do any of these medications address the root cause of the problem?
The answer is no. Pharmaceutical drugs simply mask the symptoms.
At Edge Weight Loss & Fatigue, we’ve witnessed life changing transformations by addressing your body’s specific needs with your goals in mind. Whether your goals are anti-aging, general wellness, sports performance, detoxification, or a little bit of everything, we want to be your partner in health!
What do heart disease, Alzheimer’s, stroke, cancer, and aging all have in common? Chronic inflammation.
You see, these seemingly unrelated diseases and premature aging are all caused by chronic systemic inflammation. Even depression has been linked to inflammatory response.
Inflammation is part of the body’s natural defense system against injury and disease, while chronic inflammation is a disease.
As humans grow older, systemic inflammation can inflict devastating degenerative effects throughout the body. When inflammation becomes chronic, instead of protecting us, it will become the leading threat to damage, dysfunction, and disease.