Optimized Wellness

Hormone Optimization & Ozone Therapy Specialist located in Centennial, CO

We all experience fatigue from time to time, but if you feel exhausted more than usual, you can find the revitalization you’re seeking. Amy Maron-Martinez ARNP, at Optimized Wellness starts by identifying the root cause of your fatigue and then treating it with suitable oxygen and hormone therapies. If you want nothing more than to feel wide awake and energized again, call the office or request an appointment using the online scheduler to see an expert at the Centennial, Colorado, practice.

Fatigue Q & A

What is fatigue?

Fatigue is a feeling of tiredness or exhaustion that can usually be attributed to an identifiable cause. Fatigue is often accompanied by poor concentration, memory problems, weakness, and a lack of energy. 

Most of the time, rest is enough to relieve fatigue. In extreme cases, when rest doesn’t provide relief, fatigue could be a sign of chronic fatigue syndrome or another medical condition.

What causes fatigue?

You should be able to identify the cause of your fatigue. You may experience fatigue after a long day of work or a poor night’s sleep, for example.

Some other common identifiable causes of fatigue include: 

  • Excess physical activity
  • Poor physical conditioning
  • Poor diet
  • Depression
  • Medication side effect

Hormones and cell function often play a role in your energy levels. Other underlying medical conditions can cause fatigue as well, so it’s important to check with a provider at Optimized Wellness to rule out or treat other issues.

When should I see a doctor for fatigue?

Any time fatigue bothers you or interferes with your daily life, you can check in with Jordan Bernard at Optimized Wellness.

Feel free to schedule an appointment if any of the following apply to you:

  • Fatigue impairs your ability to function 
  • Other symptoms accompany your fatigue
  • You experience fatigue frequently 
  • You can’t figure out the cause of your exhaustion
  • The fatigue doesn’t go away after adequate rest

Although occasional fatigue is common and often nothing to worry about, you can get treatment to revive your energy.

What treatments help with fatigue?

The specialists at Optimized Wellness specialize in oxygen therapy and hormone replacement therapy as treatments for fatigue.

Oxygen Therapy

Major autohemotherapy (MAH) is a form of oxygen therapy in which your provider uses an IV treatment to oxygenate your blood. The procedure uses ozone from pure oxygen to revitalize the cells of the body.

MAH improves circulation in the body and helps balance your immune system and hormones. Ozone also provides antioxidant benefits for patients.

Hormone Therapy

If a hormone imbalance is the underlying cause of your fatigue, a physician at Optimized Wellness can help balance those levels again. With hormone therapy, your provider delivers a customized amount of hormones to your system to restore balance.

If you’re interested in feeling revitalized, contact Optimized Wellness over the phone, or request your appointment online today.