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If you are fatigued and/or have insomnia, what are the labs that your conventional MD should order right off before even considering the more expensive functional labs, and WHY?

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supplements that help with sleep: Calcium, magnesium, valarian root, passion flower, l-theanine, Hops, wild lettuce, Jamacian dogwood, melatonin, 5-HTP, lavendar essential oil spray on pillows, free aminos, tryptophan, essential fatty acids, phenylated

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Been struggling with this issue since I got sick (20 years). I have recently stumbled on Mag glycinate and amino acids. I’ve been getting about 5 hours a night if my pain levels are managable.

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so you are saying you have severe insomnia? If so, then that has to be addressed first. Instead of increasing the dose of the same thing, it’s recommended that you add different natural sleep aids until you are able to achieve 8-9 hours of sleep

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Ask her to check her thyroid levels they are the cause of tiredness and pot belly

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I don’t think it’s good to take Calcium supps. I’m pretty I have read it can cause stroke and or heart attack mostly in women. Better to get it through food.

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Ben Lynch’s new book has a superb Appendix on Lab Testing, both conventional and otherwise—the best resource I’ve ever seen. Furthermore, he organizes it as related to specific potential ‘dirty genes’.

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