For many millennia in our ancient past, Chinese and western medicine have developed independently from one another. The practices were influenced by culture, food consumed in each respective part of the world, religion, and spirituality.
Western medicine is dominant due to industrialization and life-changing discoveries like penicillin for treating diseases.
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), also called myalgic encephalomyelitis, is a diagnosis given to those who suffer from extreme fatigue over a long period. The causes of this condition aren’t known. However, scientists speculate that viral or bacterial infection, immune system issues, hormonal imbalance, and genes may be linked to developing CFS.
Problems with conceiving can not only be frustrating but devastating. Fertility can often be an uncomfortable subject without any prominent presentation until the issues emerge. The causes and severity of fertility can vary widely between individuals. Common problems are often related to hormonal imbalances, inflammation and cervical disease. However, though modern medicine has learned a great deal about the causes of infertility, for 1 in 4 couples, the cause cannot be identified.