Chronic Fatigue and Cell Danger Response - How to Recover from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Wednesday, December 13 7:00PM

It has now been discovered that the underlying cause of most Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is rooted in mitochondria function. Mitochondria are responsible for creating energy in the form of ATP that allows the human body to function with such high degree of complexity; without them, we could've never evolved to be more than a few cells big! The double-edged sword of mitochondria are the fact that they can be put into a threat response known as the Cell Danger Response.

When this occurs, mitochondria become factories for inflammation and lose their ability to produce energy. When mitochondria are stuck in a cell danger response they begin taking vitamins, amino acids, oxygen and other essential nutrients and turning them into inflammatory compounds. This results in loss of energy output and conditions like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to arise.

In this webinar, learn more about what causes the Cell Danger Response, how it works, and how to properly regulate it for resolving Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Corey Deacon, CFMP, MSc, DNM® , BCN, FAARFM, ABAAHP, QEEG-D(cand.) is more than a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner — he’s a patient advocate who will listen to each symptom and every concern with the patience of a trusted friend. His competencies include conditions and symptoms that are affected or caused by the central nervous and immune systems, from post-concussion syndrome to autoimmune disorders and an array of ailments in between.

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