I.V Vitamin Therapy Clinic knows how to get your body back to the best optimal state, Restore: Health & Beauty and start on your road to recovery. I.V Vitamin Therapy will effectively deliver replenishing fluids, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids into the bloodstream with 100% absorption resulting in quicker recovery times. Cancer-Related Fatigue is a common problem in cancer patients, both among those undergoing active treatment and in survivors. Some reports show that as many as 90% of cancer patients struggle with fatigue at some point in their journey and a prevalence of up to 45% in cancer survivors. The fatigue that comes with cancer, called cancer-related fatigue (CRF), is different from the fatigue of daily life. CRF causes disruption in all aspects of quality of life, and may be a risk factor for reduced survival. By definition, CRF is a distressing, persistent, subjective sense of physical, emotional, and/or cognitive tiredness or exhaustion related to cancer or cancer treatment, that is not proportional to recent activity, and interferes with usual functioning. More and more, cancer centers are relying on integrative medicine practitioners to help manage this complex condition with complementary and alternative (CAM) therapies, as these have been shown to be the most promising interventions available at this time. WHAT CAUSES IT? While the causes of CRF are not fully understood, it is generally thought to be a multifactorial condition and component of a symptom complex which may include depression, anxiety, and sleep disorders. With CRF, sometimes there are measurable factors involved, such as anemia, nutritional deficiencies or hormonal imbalances. However, more often there are intangibles that may contribute to CRF, such as pain, stress, poor sleep patterns, deconditioning, and medication side effects. On top of all that, there is the fatigue that can be caused by cancer itself, as well as cancer treatments such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Given the complexity of the problem and the lack of objective measurement of what is primarily a subjective symptom, interventional trials have been somewhat limited. Continue to full article Click Here.