Energy is Life; Fatigue is No Life

Energy is Life; Fatigue is No Life

Energy is Life; Fatigue is No Life

If you have a fatigue problem, you know it.

The Misery Package

Often physical fatigue combines with mental sluggishness. Brain fog, poor concentration, and memory problems at the same time you have no energy can make up a misery package.

Physical and mental fatigue combined can be a knockout blow to your life.

You get two choices:

  1. Push through the fatigue to live your life as best you can. Although this is admirable, the stress of pushing yourself can lead to additional health problems.
  2. Reduce your activity level to what you feel you can do. Pacing yourself sounds like a sensible solution, except that in most cases, your energy will continue to drop, and you’ll do less and less. Living with reduced output and accomplishment can lead to depression, apathy, and a poor quality of life.

Causes of Fatigue

Fatigue has physical causes, but only a few of these are medically treatable.

Fatigue can come from many different sources:

  • Thyroid: This is a hormone gland that controls your metabolism, your heart (your primary source of energy), and your brain. So, a thyroid malfunction can slow your metabolism, cause fatigue from heart stress, and create severe brain fog. Often this won’t show on a blood test.
  • Adrenals: These glands create a hormone called cortisol. Cortisol controls your blood sugar and blood pressure, digestion, and whether you feel hungry. It manages your sleep, your ability to tolerate physical activity, and your ability to cope with stress. Are you sluggish in the morning? Do you crash in the afternoons? Do you have high energy at midnight? Cortisol can be the culprit in all of these.
  • Sleep problems can cause fatigue and brain fog. If you try to solve your sleep problem with drugs, you’ll still get no actual sleep. The drugs will knock you out into what looks like sleep, while your sleep deficiency continues, and drug dependency increases.
  • Heart stress can cause debilitating fatigue. In some cases, you will be diagnosed and treated with drugs, surgeries, or pacemakers. But the fatigue, though improved, can persist. In other cases, your heart stress may not show up on labs or tests—but your fatigue will continue.
  • Medications often have fatigue as a side effect. Culprits are blood pressure meds, anti-depressant and anti-anxiety meds, steroids, and antihistamines. Solution: get healthy enough to get off your meds!
  • Mental problems can suck the life out of you, creating lethargy and fatigue. Depression, anxiety, eating disorders, drug or alcohol abuse, and grief all can create fatigue.
  • Deficiencies of all kinds can create fatigue. Vitamin B12, vitamin D, folic acid, and iron deficiencies can all cause fatigue.
  • Infectious diseases can cause short-term fatigue, as anyone who’s had the flu can attest. However, some infections (such as Covid) can be long-term or even lifetime. CMV (cytomegalovirus), Lyme disease, EBV (Epstein-Barr virus) can cause long-term—even decades—of fatigue.
  • Chronic diseases often have fatigue as one of many symptoms. Diabetes, kidney disease, liver disease, and anemia can all cause fatigue and brain fog.

Fatigue: The Adrenal Gland Connection

READ: Your Body’s Guardian Angels

Fatigue Siren

The Fatigue Siren Song

The number of people with fatigue problems is undoubtedly staggering. Once you have fatigue, you often can’t recover from it because the fatigue can entrap you into perpetuating itself.

Fatigue often prevents you from fixing your fatigue problem.

It takes action and energy to resolve your fatigue problem, but you may be too tired to do anything about it. If you reduce your activity level to match your available energy, your activity will continually reduce as your fatigue increases until there is little left of your life.

In Greek mythology, the Sirens (monsters who looked like beautiful women) sang to the sailors and lured them onto the rocks to their death. In real life, fatigue can lure you into a similar fate.

There is an Answer to Fatigue

There are three things you must know to be successful at ending your lack of energy and getting your life back the way you want it to be:

  1. DECIDE: You have to overcome the “Fatigue Siren Song” and decide to do what you must to end your fatigue. If you decide that you will handle the fatigue, and you aren’t slowing down until you do, then your chances of success get very high.
  2. REALIZE: Conventional health care can rarely help you with chronic fatigue. Medical doctors aren’t taught the knowledge and techniques to handle most causes of fatigue effectively. You’re going to have to find a holistic doctor.
  3. UNDERSTAND: Just because there’s no medical treatment available for most causes of fatigue, this doesn’t mean that there’s no hope. Your body can heal almost all of the causes of fatigue listed above.

Your body has a fantastic ability to heal itself. Just because there is no effective cure for your condition doesn’t mean that your body couldn’t—with some assistance—heal the problem.

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You should find out if you could recover from your fatigue (or other “unsolvable” health condition). What would your life look like if this happened?

Find the underlying causes behind your fatigue. THIS IS A FREE ANALYSIS.

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The Most Effective Exercise for Lowering Blood Pressure

The Most Effective Exercise for Lowering Blood Pressure

The Most Effective Exercise for Lowering Blood Pressure

Introduction

If you are currently taking medication for high blood pressure or in danger of doing this, you should know that you can do things to improve your hypertension.

One of the most effective is exercise.

** ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE STARTING ANY FORM OF EXERCISE FOR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

I have worked with thousands of patients battling high blood pressure, and many of them had been on an exercise regimen but had seen little to no results with their blood pressure.

Numerous recent studies show a specific TECHNIQUE of exercise works better than any other to reduce blood pressure. This is great because you can use the technique for any exercise you like: biking, walking, running, swimming, etc.

The technique is called “HIIT” or High-Intensity Interval Training. Almost anyone can do it, and it’s easy to do.

Read the article below for the particulars and instructions on how you can get started.

Here’s another article about using isometric exercise (at your desk or driving your car!) to reduce blood pressure.

I hope this helps!

 

Dr. Melodie Billiot

Another exercise to improve your blood pressure:

READ: Want To Lower Your Blood Pressure By 20 Points? Try This Exercise…

Lower Blood Pressure

HIIT and blood pressure

Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., DACBN, MS, CFMP

When it comes to lowering blood pressure, exercise is a non-negotiable factor.

You may be wondering what would be the most effective form of exercise to lower blood pressure?

More and more studies are showing the exciting results of something called HIIT in lowering blood pressure. HIIT stands for High-Intensity Interval Training

What is HIIT?
HIIT is not any specific exercise; instead, it is a technique. You can apply this technique to almost any exercise, whether it be walking, riding a bike, swimming, doing some body weight exercises, or even dancing in your living room.

** ALWAYS CHECK WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE STARTING ANY FORM OF EXERCISE FOR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

HIIT training combines very short bursts of working at your absolute maximum alternating short periods of active recovery rest. Research has found that this form of exercising gives you more health benefits than any other way of exercising.

It shortens the amount of time you need to exercise and is more effective; you work out for just 10-30 minutes and reap impressive health benefits.  You burn more body fat, your metabolism is stimulated for long after you finish exercising, and it also helps you utilize oxygen more efficiently.

One of the most significant benefits people find from HIIT is the reduction in training time. Through HIIT, you can put in about half the amount of time compared to traditional cardio exercise to reach your goals.

One study found that just 2 minutes of HIIT sprinting increased metabolism as much as 30 minutes of running.  HIIT increases the efficiency of your heart, and HIIT training also has a significant effect on naturally lowering your blood pressure.

HIIT and blood pressure:

Although most any type of exercise has its benefits, HIIT shines when it comes to saving time. Using the HIIT technique is the ultimate shortcut. 

Study after study shows that HIIT exercise improves blood pressure in people with hypertension better than any other exercise routine.

HIIT is highly effective in reducing resting heart rate and blood pressure in overweight and obese individuals. 

It has been shown that HIIT exercising just three times per week for just 20 minutes at a time lowers blood pressure more effectively than continuous endurance training.

What is the science that makes HIIT so effective?

HIIT training changes something called endothelial function. 

The endothelium is a very thin membrane that lines the inside of your heart and your blood vessels. The cells in this membrane release various substances that control how your blood vessels relax and contract.

We know that stiff hard arteries play a role in high blood pressure.

The ability of your artery walls to expand (vasodilate) is very important.

You need to have flexibility in your arteries to allow for proper blood flow throughout your body.

HIIT improves endothelial function and reduces the stiffness in your artery walls more than any other traditional form of exercise.

Just a 1% improvement in your endothelial function can result in a 13% reduction in the risk of cardiovascular events like heart attacks and strokes.

One study showed that 73% of people restored blood pressure to normal using a HIIT training method for just two months and 24 exercise sessions. There was a significant reduction in systolic blood pressure from 145.4 (± 9.0) to 118.3 ( ± 15.6) mm Hg.

How to Apply HIIT

With HIIT training, you’re are going to go “all out” at a high intensity for short amounts of time.  You then do an ‘active recovery’ rest for a short interval. You can apply this technique to any kind of exercise, walking, running, jumping rope, cycling, and even weight training.

I prefer using a stationary bike to minimize injury. It is simply a great option to implement HIIT into your workouts.

Using the HIIT on a stationary bike

Warm-up for 5 minutes on a low setting.

After your 5 minute warm-up, increase the bike’s tension and pedal as fast as you can for 20 seconds. This is called the Sprint phase. After the 20-second sprint phase, lower the tension on the bike and comfortably pedal for 2 minutes.

This is one session of HIIT.

Repeat the above five times, and you are done.

Heart Recovery Tip

After doing your 20-second sprint, lower the tension and wait 60 seconds and check your pulse. You want your elevated pulse to come down between 8-10 beats. This is your heart recovery zone. If your pulse does not come down 8-10 beats for some reason, you should stop and call it a day. For example, after you do your all-out sprint for 20 minutes, your heart rate goes up to 110 beats. After one minute of decreasing the tension and comfortably pedaling, your heart rate should come down to 100-102 beats. That is a good heart recovery.

Although, as I mentioned above, I prefer the stationary bike, this can be applied to walking as well. Simply walking at a comfortable pace for 5 minutes, then do an all-out “brisk” walk for 20 seconds. Walking comfortably for 2 minutes, then repeat five times.

That is all you need to do to maximize this effective form of exercise (HIIT) to lower your blood pressure.

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Understanding the Delta Variant

Understanding the Delta Variant

Understanding the Delta Variant

Since the start of COVID, there has been a shortage of understanding of the pandemic.

We’ve had confusion, misinformation, repeated updates, reversals and revisions of recommendations, etc.

This understanding deficit has continued with the rise of the delta variant. I’ve been hard-pressed to find solid, actionable information myself. For you, it may have been all but impossible.

So when I found this article, I was excited to see all the current and essential information compressed into a single piece, written by Dr. J. Stacey Klutts, who is “Special Assistant to the National Director of Pathology and Lab Medicine for the entire Veterans Affairs system, with a specific role in advising on elements of COVID testing for the system.”

You may read the original article if you like, but I’ve pulled out the highlights that you need to know in this post in case you don’t have the time (or stomach) to read the full article.

Why Delta is YOUR Problem

When a disease has “high or substantial community spread” in over 90% of the counties in the US, you’ll need to pay attention and take action.

Delta is so contagious that you are highly likely to get sick, vaccinated or not unless you understand how to avoid it and take effective, consistent, and long-term actions.

Getting sick with Delta is equal-opportunity. Kids, infants, teens, young adults, middle-aged and the elderly are all contracting this variant in huge numbers.

And no, you really, really don’t want to get sick with this disease.

Easy Ways to Improve Your Immune System Response

READ: 8 Exact Actions to Avoid the Delta Variant

The Facts:

1: Delta is stickier and much more effective in attaching to and gaining entry into human cells. “If the original COVID strains were covered in syrup, this variant is covered in ultrafast-drying Gorilla Super Glue (industrial strength).”

2: Delta has 1,000 times the “viral load” (number of particles that can “shed” and make others sick) than previous variants.

3: Delta is SO much more contagious than previous COVID that it’s an entirely different pandemic event. “R0” (pronounced “R aught”) is the measurement of how infectious a disease is. An R2 means that one infected person is likely to infect two others. Original COVID was about an R2. Delta is an R6.5 – R8. “In the infectious disease world, that’s almost unheard of. Chickenpox and measles are about all we have ever seen that spread that efficiently from human to human. This changes the storyline completely from earlier in the pandemic.”

4: Delta can spread through vaccinated people. But much less efficiently. Here’s a great explanation of this, which is one of those areas I’ve had difficulty finding good information about:
Take Away: A vaccinated person can become infected fairly easily with Delta (the vaccine does provide some protection against infection), but the person is only is infectious for a couple of days afterward.
Why this is true lies in the different types of COVID antibodies that your body uses to fight the disease. The antibody called “IgA” prevents the virus from ever binding to your cells in the first place. The “IgG” antibody is triggered when the virus is detected by your body and prevents you from becoming very ill or ill at all.
ALL COVID VACCINES CAUSE YOUR BODY TO PRODUCE IgG ANTIBODIES, NOT IgA.
Therefore, if vaccinated, you can become infected almost as fast as the nonvaccinated person standing next to you, but you are MUCH less likely to get sick, or at least very sick.
Where things change is in HOW LONG you are contagious to others.
For the first few days, you are JUST AS CONTAGIOUS AS A NONVACCINATED PERSON. Then, the IgG antibodies from the vaccination kick in and wipe out the virus, and you’re no longer contagious.
A nonvaccinated person continues to be contagious for at least ten days from the first symptoms.
Take away: If you’re vaccinated and get COVID, you will be contagious for only a couple of days, and you are extremely unlikely to go to the hospital or die. Currently, less than 5% of COVID hospitalizations are vaccinated.

5: Original COVID largely spared young people and small children, but not Delta. Children’s hospitals are starting to fill up.

What to Do:

 

I hope this helps. Maybe next week I can find a more uplifting subject to write about, but I feel that this is critically important information for you to have.

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8 Exact Actions to Avoid the Delta Variant

8 Exact Actions to Avoid the Delta Variant

Introduction

The most effective way to prevent Covid is to protect yourself from becoming infected (mask, avoiding crowds, hand washing, etc.). Close to this would be getting vaccinated.

But these actions aren’t 100% effective. You can still be vulnerable.

A great safety net to these actions is to boost your immune system. This has the added benefit of protecting you from many other illnesses and just making you healthier overall.

Several lifestyle practices and products can help you with this, but they aren’t all created equal by any means.

Here’s a rundown of the most effective, in order of importance:
  1. Avoid raising your blood sugar level by not eating refined sugar or drinking sweet drinks.
  2. Keep your zinc levels high by using effective, high-quality zinc supplements daily (See article below to understand just how important this can be).
  3. Get your Vitamin D levels checked, and if needed, supplement them up to at least 30 mg/mL. Sun exposure can also help raise D. (Vitamin D deficiency can cause widespread pain, lower resistance to infection, and increase mortality from all causes.)
  4. Take Vitamin C daily.
  5. Eat a healthy diet of fresh foods, and avoid processed and junk foods. Eat only small amounts of processed carbs (bread, white rice, pasta).
  6. Sleep! Most people need seven to eight hours a night.
  7. Get out and move around! Exercise, outside space, and fresh air are important.
  8. Maintain yourself in a good mental space and spend your time with happy people. Avoid toxic humans like… the plague. (If you have trouble finding happy people, you can always become a patient and hang out with us!)

Read the article below to understand the science behind zinc levels and how this can prevent severe illness if you get sick.

Stay Healthy!

 

Dr. Melodie Billiot

PS: Two Basic Delta Variant Facts You Should Know:

  1. The “R0” (R-Aught) of a communicable disease measures how infectious it is. An “R2” means that one infected person is likely to infect two others around them. The higher the R0 number, the more infectious the disease. Original Covid was an R2, Delta variant is estimated to be about an R6.5. (Chickenpox is an R10, measles is an R12-18 by comparison).
  2. Delta incubation period is 4 days compared to original Covid’s 6 days. This makes people contagious sooner, and they may possibly infect others before symptoms begin. This short incubation makes it difficult to make contact tracing work.

Patient Story

In December 2020 I got Covid, and I got pretty sick. I had all the symptoms described in the flyers. I am convinced this virus knows your weakest link and goes for it. Today, I am convinced that if I had not been treated (on a health improvement program at Alternative Health Atlanta) that I would not have survived Covid. But because I was getting healthier and restoration was in progress, I have survived it. I am thankful to God, and thankful He brought me to Alternative Health Atlanta— A.C.
 

Find Out How to Get Help with your Health:

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More information about dealing with Covid

Read: Covid-19 Fight or Flight
Fight or Flight

An Important Nutrient to Boost Your Immune SystemZinc

Ronald Grisanti D.C., D.A.B.C.O., DACBN, MS, CFMP

As we face the crisis of Covid we all need to consider ways to boost and strengthen our immune systems.

One important nutrient to add to our immune-fighting arsenal is zinc.

According to a study done in Spain at the European coronavirus conference, researchers found that hospitalized COVID-19 patients with low blood levels of zinc tended to fare worse than those with healthier levels.

In the study, the leading researcher, Guerri-Fernandez, and his team tracked 249 patients admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 in March and April. Patients averaged 63 years of age, and 21 (8%) died from their illness.

All of the patients had their blood zinc levels tested upon arrival — the average level was 61 micrograms per deciliter of blood (mcg/dL).

However, the researchers reported that among those who died of COVID-19, blood levels of zinc were much lower, averaging just 43 mcg/dL. In contrast, blood levels among those who survived the illness averaged 63 mcg/dL.

The scientific community considers it common knowledge that mild to moderate zinc deficiency can impair macrophage functions (the PacMan of the immune system) and natural killer cell (NK cell) activity.

In the functional medicine world, the RBC intracellular test is the best test to determine a true zinc deficiency.

I also recommend looking at your most recent lab test and seeing the level of your alkaline phosphatase. Levels of alkaline phosphatase below 70 IU/L should raise an eyebrow for a possible zinc deficiency.

The most absorbable form of zinc is zinc monomethionine.

The two best foods with the highest amount of zinc include pumpkin seeds and oysters.

Do you have severe, long-term, or frustrating health problems?

  • Are you exhausted, depressed, anxious, or unable to sleep?
  • Do you feel anxious, depressed or overwhelmed?
  • Do you have digestive disturbances, joint pain, headaches, hair loss and weight gain?

Do you wonder how you got here? One day you woke up in a complete mess, but can’t for the life of you figure out how it happened?

It’s not your fault, but you CAN fix it.

Here is a way you can start to get your life back—with energy and vitality no matter the stage of your life.

 

Dr. Melodie Billiot is a doctor who has lived through her own exhaustion and illness, and discovered the answers to her own health.

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As a result, she has helped thousands of people just like you to regain their health.

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Watch this video for a seven-minute explanation of how your body can be assisted to heal itself.

Nervous System Switching: Tattoos & Scars Can Damage Your Health

Nervous System Switching: Tattoos & Scars Can Damage Your Health

Nervous System “Switching:” Tattoos & Scars Can Damage Your Health

Most medical schools in the US don’t teach nervous system switching, so your doctor has probably never heard of it. However, it’s pretty common and can have a devastating but hidden effect on your health.

Scars, including tattoos, are the usual cause of nervous system switching.

With a bit of testing assistance, you can probably fix it yourself.

Common Switching Symptoms

Nervous system switching causes the electrical orientation of your nervous system to “switch” back and forth from positive to negative. Switching can happen once every few minutes to once every few milliseconds.

(If you find yourself in this list, you should get tested):
  • Getting suddenly worse or better from a health problem with no apparent reason. Also, it may alternate back and forth between recovering and relapsing.
  • A treatment, remedy, supplement, or drug working to help a person heal suddenly becomes ineffective.
  • Some drugs may have opposite effects (for example, coffee puts a person to sleep).
  • Drugs may work in extremely large or small doses only.
  • Extreme sensitivity to drugs or supplements.
  • A person has health conditions, and they just can’t get well.

What Causes Nervous System Switching?

Your body runs itself using a special dedicated nervous system called the autonomic nervous system (“ANS”). The ANS is a private network that you have no control over. It handles your heart rate, digestion, immune system, etc.

Most of the nerves in the ANS are right under your skin. There are so many that if you took away the rest of your body and just left your ANS, you’d still be recognizable.

If you cut through your skin, these underlying ANS nerve cells are damaged. If the cut doesn’t heal completely, it will leave a scar.

Sometimes a damaged nerve cell inside a scar won’t heal and will partially block a nerve path. This blockage can store up electrical energy from the nervous system and then suddenly release it. This sudden charge released into your ANS can flip the entire nervous system’s polarity (positive or negative electrical charge) for an instant.

Nerve cells heal slowly, so this condition can go on for many years. The scars can be from surgeries, accidents, tattoos, or other causes. If you have several scars, usually only one or two will be causing the problems, so it’s important to test to find out which one(s) are involved.

There are other causes for nervous system switching that are much less common than scars, such as infections, toxins, and even dead teeth.

Testing for Nervous System Switching

The only accurate way to test for switching is a lab test called Heart Rate Variability or “HRV,usually used for nervous system research.

HRV Test showing normal
HRV Test showing Switching
How HRV testing works:

Your autonomic nervous system controls your heart rate beat to beat, depending on internal and external environmental factors. By measuring the variability of your heart rate, beat to beat-to-beat, and comparing this measurement between standing and lying down, it’s possible to determine the condition of your ANS. The test takes less than 10 minutes and is highly accurate.

But Which Scar (or Tattoo) is Causing the Switching?

The most accurate way to identify the offending scar is using another test of the autonomic nervous system called Autonomic Response Evaluation, or “ARE.” This test uses muscle reflexes to find very exact areas of stress in the body. With ARE, it’s possible to narrow down the cause of switching to a specific scar or tattoo (or find another reason for switching, such as infections or toxins).

Because it’s so quick and inexpensive to test for nervous system switching, you can work on the problem identified in the testing (see below) and then retest to see if you’ve resolved the switching.

Treating Switching Scars and Tattoos

Short Term: To temporarily stop switching (usually up to a few days), you can laser the scar for about 5 to 10 minutes with a “cold” laser (a special laser using bio frequencies of 600 to 700 nanometers). I use these lasers in the clinic. You can find them for about $200.

Long TermRepeatedly treating the scar with vitamin E (I use wheat germ oil) may eventually break down the scar tissue and assist the damaged nerve cells to heal. I usually tell patients to rub the oil on their scar twice a day for at least three months.

Both these techniques are effective on tattoos as well.

When other stresses are causing nervous system switching, more specific treatment techniques are needed.

Patient Stories

These stories are from patients whose nervous systems were switching. Resolving the switching was instrumental in their successful treatment.
Thanks to following Dr. Billiot’s advice and recommended supplement regimen, my health has significantly improved. Not only have I lost weight, but my cholesterol, blood sugar, and A1C are now within normal limits. I look forward to continuing to see improvement and am super thankful!— M.M.
 
I’ve had four months of normal periods for the first time in my life! I’ve ovulated properly and my period has been on a consistent schedule. I’ve also been producing normal levels of hormones by myself for the first time ever! I’m very proud of my body!— S.R.

 

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