Chronic Conditions: 10 Common Causes

Chronic Conditions: 10 Common Causes

Do you have ongoing or chronic health problems? Do you feel frustrated searching for answers and unsatisfied with your doctor’s responses?

Chronic health conditions rarely just “happen.” While there can be a genetic component that predisposes someone to becoming chronically “unwell,” research shows there are other factors—often within our control—that are usually the cause.

What are the common causes of chronic conditions? What should you know? How can you start to feel better today?

10 Common Causes of Chronic Conditions:

Introduction: Why Don’t You Feel Like You Should?
1. Poor diet with impaired digestion.
2. Food allergies stemming from leaky gut syndrome.
3. Overuse and misuse of antibiotics.
4. Dysfunctional or exhausted hormonal system.
5. Brain injuries.
6. Heavy metals, particularly mercury from dental amalgams.
7. Chronic exposure to mold.
8. Chronic sub-acute infections resulting from bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
9. Thick blood caused by infections, metals, and/or genetics.
10. Unresolved emotional and spiritual issues.

Dealing with symptoms like anxiety, depression, insomnia, nausea, diarrhea, and constipation can be draining. So can spending a lot of time and money on products that just don’t deliver what they promise. Because at the end of the day, you still feel bad.

Fortunately, finding the root cause(s) of chronic health conditions is often like piecing together a puzzle. As you work the puzzle, piece by piece, you’re taking back the power to feel well again.

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