Mood Disorders, Trauma, And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Margaret Christensen, MD

COMING SOON

Summary
  • The contributing factors of anxiety, depression, and collective trauma to long haul and chronic fatigue
  • Calming the traumatized nervous system
  • Chronic fatigue and mitochondrial health
Transcript
Nafysa Parpia, ND

Welcome to this episode of the long haul chronic fatigue summit. I’m very excited to have with me today, my friend and colleague Dr. Margaret Christensen. This is going to be a very interesting conversation. Dr. Margaret is going to talk about the role of trauma in the long haul and how to heal it. Dr. Margaret, will you introduce yourself to our audience? 

Related Videos

2023 Overcoming Long Haul Summit - Jill Crista

Vulnaries: Why Isn’t The World Going Crazy For These Weeds?

Jill Crista, ND
2023 Overcoming Long Haul Summit - Darin Ingels

Allergies And Long Haul

Darin Ingels, ND
2023 Overcoming Long Haul Summit - Lew Lim

Photobiomodulation Therapy A Possible New Approach

Dr. Lew Lim
2023 Overcoming Long Haul Summit - Kevin Conners

Why Genetics Are Important To Look At With Long Haul

Kevin Conners, DPSc, FICT, FAARFM
2023 Overcoming Long Haul Summit - Ralf Oettmeier

Underlying Factors & Novel Treatments In Long Haul And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Dr. Ralf Oettmeier
2023 Overcoming Long Haul Summit - Aimie Apigian

Unresolved Trauma And Chronic Freeze State Roadblock To Healing

Aimie Apigian, MD, MS, MPH

Single Video Purchase

Mood Disorders, Trauma, And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Buy Now - $1.99

Or Access Unlimited Videos from our Library when you subscribe to our Premium membership

Premium Membership

Unlimited Video Access

$9.99/month    or    $99.9/year

Go Premium

Become a member

DrTalks comes with great perks that guests to our site don’t have access to. Sign up for FREE

"*" indicates required fields

Name*
Password*
Consent*

Already have an account? Log In

Sign-in

Login to get access to DrTalks wide selection of expert videos, your summit or video purchases.