Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum

Bio

Jacob Teitelbaum, MD is a board certified internist and best-selling author of From Fatigued to Fantastic!, Beat Sugar Addiction Now!, and Pain Free 1-2-3. He is the author of landmark research on effective treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia, illnesses he knows as an insider, having contracted CFS in medical school. “Dr. T” dropped out for a year to recover and in the ensuing 35 years, he has dedicated his career to finding effective treatment.

Specialties:

  • Integrative Medicine

Affiliation:

  • Fibromyalgia Research Center

Location:

  • city, AK

Activity

  • Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum - city, AK - Integrative Medicine

    What diet is best for the adrenal system?

    Avoid sweets. They make you feel better briefly, then they throw your blood sugars onto a roller coaster of highs and lows. Instead, eat more protein (meat, beans, cheese, nuts, etc.) which slowly and steadily maintains your sugar at a stable level. When you get symptoms of low blood sugar, the amount of sugar...Read More
  • Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum - city, AK - Integrative Medicine

    What are some natural remedies for headaches?

    Herbal remedies such as willow bark, boswellia, and cherry can be very helpful for headaches.

    Rubbed over the forehead and temples (sides of your forehead), menthol containing creams or oils help relieve headaches (keep it out of your eyes).

    A physical therapy technique called "stretch and spray...Read More
  • Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum - city, AK - Integrative Medicine

    How can tension headaches be treated?

    To treat an acute headache, herbal remedies such as willow bark and boswellia can be very helpful, especially when combined with natural muscle relaxants such as valerian and Jamaican dogwood. And there are, of course, the old standbys Excedrin Extra Strength, Tylenol, and Motrin. Prescription me...Read More
  • Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum - city, AK - Integrative Medicine

    How does fish oil benefit health?

    Fish oil may decrease the risk of abnormal heart rhythms and sudden cardiac death. In 2008 the American Heart Association (AHA) endorsed the use of omega-3 fatty acids to help prevent heart disease, especially in people who have coronary artery disease (CAD). Read More