We receive messages everyday from people just like you. People that are determined to take control of their health and their quality of life by addressing the issues born from MTHFR mutations. MTHFR and methylation are difficult topics to grasp, and often mainstream practitioners don’t even know where to start when recommending treatment. As a patient diagnosed with MTHFR mutations, the burden of understanding can fall heavily on your shoulders. Our aim with this community is to help you become experts in methylation and to give you access to cutting-edge research in the field of MTHFR. So what are you waiting for?
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For years I kept struggling with chronic fatigue, waking up feeling tired and falling asleep in the car next to my husband, on the way to work. It affected my mood a lot: feeling sad and stressed easily, crying easily and at times feeling depressed. Regular blood tests and sleeping tests didn’t provide results. Then someone suggested I should get checked at MTHFRSupport. They found many imbalances that hadn’t been picked up in regular blood tests and started treating me. I now feel so much more rested, cheerful and energetic and can deal with challenges without getting stressed out. My family and colleagues have noticed the difference! Now I am the one cheering up others! My practitioner has been very caring, supportive and encouraging. I still see her once in a while to make sure I stay on track.