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Our Nutritional Approach

Fatigue, muscle pain, waking at night, etc. We have all experienced at one time or another those annoying little problems that affect the quality of our lives. It is not reasonable to continually take medication to relieve these disorders, which are not always immediately classed as being a disease. What is complex, it is to find the underlying causes. For example, if you suffer from eczema, the solution that consists in prescribing a cortisone cream may provide rapid relief but does not address the source of the problem which can have different origins.

The First-Line Approach

Nutritherapy has developed what is called the first-line approach. The aim is to remove, as a first step, certain deficiencies in vitamins or minerals, and ensure the proper functioning of the body's principal systems. The two axes on which the laboratory Synergia works are magnesium deficiency, and the consequences of a deficient digestive sphere. We know for example that an insufficient magnesium intake is associated with many disorders. Similarly, the gut cannot correctly carry out its role as protector of the immune system, or will be unable to correctly manage the consequences of imperfect digestion, thus leading to the development of many symptoms. By tackling the causes, Nutritherapy enables the elimination of many of the problems that plague our daily lives. It is often more effective to take this route, rather than trying to solve a problem by relying on medication to provide the solution.

Examples of Disorders Related to a Magnesium Deficiency

Acute or chronic stress, anxiety, constipation, cramps & blinking, febrility, fibromyalgia, grinding teeth, hair loss and bleaching, hiccups, low back pain, migraines, non-organic infertility in women, nervousness, neck pains, osteo-articular pain, muscle or tendon pain, palpitations, shaking, sleep disorders, spasms, stiff neck, tendency to be over-emotional, tendinitis, ticks, tingling, tinnitus, water retention.

Examples of Disorders Related to a Deficient Digestive Sphere

Abnormal sensitivity to perfume or odors, acne, behavioural disorders, bloating, circulatory disorders, colitis, constipation, diarrhea, digestive or vaginal candidiasis, digestive difficulties, halitosis, irritable bowel syndrome, mood disorders, mouth ulcers, nausea, obesity, spasms, unusual intolerance to alcohol or coffee, osteo-articular pain, muscle or tendon pain, palpitations, shaking, sleep disorders.

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