Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of many physical and emotional ailments. Everything from the common cold to excess stress, too little sleep to improper nutrition, can cause fatigue. In most cases, fatigue is temporary ? it clears up when the underlying problem is corrected. But, when fatigue becomes chronic and persistent, it becomes more than just a symptom; it becomes a problem in itself.
Symptoms: Clinically evaluated, unexplained chronic fatigue can be classified as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome if the following criteria are met: Unexplained, persistent, or relapsing fatigue that is not a result of ongoing exertion, is new (not lifelong), is not alleviated by rest, and results in a substantial reduction in previous levels of occupational, social, or personal activity. The concurrence of four or more of the following symptoms that have persisted or recurred for 6 or more consecutive months and that do not predate the fatigue:
1- Substantial impairment in short-term memory or concentration. 2- Sore throat. 3- Tender lymph nodes. 4- Muscle pain. 5- Multi-joint pain without swelling or redness. 6- Headaches of a new type, pattern, or severity. 7-Unrefreshing and/or interrupted sleep.
Fatigue As A Symptom: Fatigue is often the first noticeable symptom of many diseases, both minor and serious. If you suffer from fatigue (daytime drowsiness, lack of energy, difficulty concentrating) for more than two weeks, it's time to see a healthcare professional.
Fatigue As A Problem: Many people continue to suffer from chronic, debilitating fatigue even though their physicians can find no apparent reason for their problem. For these people, new research on the Epstein-Barr virus may offer some hope. The Epstein-Barr virus (which causes mononucleosis) is thought by some researchers to be responsible for a condition called CEBV (Chronic Epstein-Barr Virus), which is characterized, by chronic fatigue, low-grade fevers, headaches, memory problems, and a host of minor but persistent ailments.
Who gets Fatigued?
: Although we commonly think of increasing fatigue as an inevitable part of aging, lifestyle choices can play a crucial role in maintaining a healthy and active energy level. Young women appear to be at least twice affected as men and implications have been associated with hormonal cycles. Post-menopausal women also complain of fatigue as part of the symptoms accompanying hormone withdrawal later in life.
ProVein is a synergistically balanced product especially formulated for those who are concerned with General Fatigue.
ProVein is a proprietary formulation of high quality herbal extracts that help to provide extra levels of energy and combat fatigue.
ProVein helps your body restore its natural energy, health, strength, stamina and defenses. The integrated ingredients in this exclusive synergistic blend are a nutritional aid for long-term health and peak performance.
How does ProVein
ProVein is designed to Increase blood circulation of nutrients to the brain and maintain normal nerve communications by stimulating the activity of neurotransmitters in the brain and helping to maintain flexible and permeable brain cell membranes. ProVein supports brain cell function and helps maintain the brain as we age.
Ingredients & Effectiveness
The active ingredients, eleuthrerosides (B & E), are glycosides that provide the adaptogenic properties. Siberian Ginseng helps the body handle stressful conditions while enhancing mental and athletic abilities. The glycosides appear to act on the adrenal glands, helping to prevent adrenal hypertrophy and excess corticosteroid production in response to stress.
Green Tea: Both Green and Black tea have been used for thousands of years in Asia, both as a beverage and a herbal medicine. Green Tea contains natural caffeine and other
Phenolic-containing antioxidant compounds. They activate the central nervous system, which spars the body's ability to burn calories and unwanted fat cells through the thermogenic process.
Panax Ginseng: It has been hailed as a whole body tonic and is used for treatments ranging from lethargy, impotence, and arthritis to senility, menopausal complaints, and loss of sexual interest. Native Americans used it to combat fatigue, stimulate appetite, and aid in digestion. Eclectics used it for indigestion, asthma, laryngitis, bronchitis, and tuberculosis in the 19th century.
Kola Nut: It is a central nervous system stimulant, antidepressant, diuretic and astringent. Because of its caffeine content, Kola Nut may relieve some migraine headaches. The phenolics and anthrocyanin are likely to provide antioxidant activity. Historical uses of Kola Nut include increasing the capacity for physical exertion and for enduring fatigue without food; stimulating a weak heart; and treating nervous debility, weakness, lack of emotion, nervous diarrhea, depression, despondency, brooding, anxiety, and sea sickness.
Guarana: It acts on the central nervous system to prevent fatigue and break down lactic acid from muscle stress. Guarana contains natural caffeine and other phenol containing antioxidant compounds. They activate the central nervous system, which spars the body's ability to burn calories and unwanted fat cells through the thermogenic process.
Bee Pollen: It contains all the ingredients necessary for life, and is often referred to as nature's only "perfect" food. Twenty-two nutrients required by the human body are found in Bee Pollen, and it has five to seven times more protein than beef. Doctors in Europe often recommend Bee Pollen to convalescents. Athletes who use Bee Pollen report an increase in energy levels and strength. Many allergists use it in the treatment of hay fever. Pollen, coupled with a sensible diet, can be considered a valuable weight loss food. Bee Pollen is available from all areas of the world.
It helps in the formation & regeneration of red blood cells, thus helping prevent anemia; necessary for carbohydrate, fat & protein metabolism; maintains a healthy nervous system; promotes growth in children; increases energy; needed for Calcium absorption.
Vitamin B-5: It participates in the release of energy from carbohydrates, fats & protein, aids in the utilization of vitamins; improves the body's resistance to stress; helps in cell building & the development of the central nervous system; helps the adrenal glands, and fights infections by building antibodies.
Dibencozide: It is also known as Co-enzyme B-12. It offers a competitive edge for endurance and strength athletes, as well as an enhancing brain and neural function.
Wheat Germ Oil:
Octacosanol-containing wheat germ oil was investigated long ago as an ergogenic (exercise performance
promoting) agent. These preliminary studies found that octacosanol had promising effects on endurance, reaction time, and other measures of exercise capacity. In a more recent controlled trial, 1,000 mcg per day of octacosanol for eight weeks was found to improve grip strength and visual reaction time, but had no effect on chest strength, auditory reaction time, or endurance.
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