Use the links below to browse our complete library of articles on fatigue and
Information on fatigue and insomnia,
by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. This article provides a brief description
of the effects stress and fatigue have on the body and mind, with links to other
articles in this section.
What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
(CFS)? by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
(CFS) is different from ordinary fatigue. Here we explain the diagnosis, triggers
and the Women to Women approach.
Why am I so tired? - how
to get your energy back! by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP.
Being constantly exhausted is not normal! While there are a wide range of causes
and symptoms, fatigue should always be taken seriously. Find out what may be causing
Am I losing my mind? —
what you can do about fuzzy thinking, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP.
Many women worry about lapses in memory and attention in perimenopause. When is
it a serious concern, and when is it just a symptom of fatigue, stress, hormonal
imbalance, or simply trying to do too much? Includes links to our subpages on ADHD
and Alzheimer’s disease.
Treating fibromyalgia naturally
— so you can shine again, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP.
Women with fibromyalgia are usually offered no solutions other than drugs,
which don’t always work well. Women to Women describes a natural approach
to treating fibromyalgia pain.
Alternative treatments for insomnia,
by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. The brightly lit, tightly wound tempo of our
lives today can easily sabotage our circadian rhythm and prevent us from getting
a good night’s sleep, and chronic insomnia is an oft-cited problem among women
of all ages. But you can get the measure of your insomnia, learn to unplug from
a culture that prizes productivity, and reset your biological clock with Women to
Women’s safe, easy to implement, commonsense approach.
Yoga techniques for insomnia.
If you suffer from occasional insomnia but don’t like using drugs to help you sleep,
read these suggestions for using yoga techniques to help you fall asleep naturally.
Finding peace for your
legs — a simple approach to restless legs syndrome, by Marcelle
Pick, OB/GYN NP. If your sleep is continually interrupted by the need
to move your legs or arms, you may have restless legs syndrome. Women to Women has
a natural approach to RLS that can help you get back to sleep.
Caffeine pros and cons: effects
of caffeine on your body, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP.
So what’s the buzz — is caffeine bad or good for you? What we do know
is that the effects of coffee and other caffeinated drinks vary tremendously among
individuals. Find out how to read the signals your body is sending you and answer
the good-bad-or-indifferent question for yourself.
Deep breathing — the truly
essential exercise, by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP. Deep
breathing is key to our well-being, with proven links to heart health, immune function
and other vital systems. Studies have shown it to be effective in reducing depression,
anxiety and the severity of hot flashes. Deep breathing provides many of the benefits
of exercise and is a great way to begin an exercise program. And it’s so easy!
Here’s how to get started.
Lyme disease —
could it be causing your fatigue? When caught early and treated
properly, Lyme disease is usually curable. But this bacterial infection is transmitted
by tiny ticks, which often go unnoticed. The problem is that as it progresses, Lyme
disease can cause a range of confusing and disabling symptoms, including severe
fatigue. If you think you have Lyme disease, the time to get tested is now.
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Last Date Modified: 05/10/2011