CIRS Disease

CIRS, or Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, is a complex and debilitating condition that can significantly impact an individual's quality of life. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for managing symptoms and preventing long-term complications.

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CIRS Symptoms

What is CIRS?

Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, or CIRS, is a complex and multi-systemic condition characterized by an abnormal immune response to environmental toxins such as mold, fungi, bacteria, and other biotoxins. These toxins can be found in water-damaged buildings, causing individuals to experience a range of debilitating symptoms.

Symptoms of CIRS

Symptoms of chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS) can vary widely from person to person. You may want to begin testing for CIRS if you experience the following:

  • Fatigue and chronic fatigue
  • Aches, pains, stiffness, joint pain, and muscle weakness
  • Difficulty concentrating, inability to integrate new knowledge, or finding words.
  • Headaches and mood swings
  • Skin sensitivity, tingling, numbness, ice pick pain.
  • Congestion and shortness of breath
  • Digestive issues, abdominal pain, and appetite swings
  • Frequent urination
  • Sensitivity to light and sound, blurred vision, red eyes
CIRS Functional Medicine Approach

At Regen Wellness, our functional medicine approach will help you diagnose and address your CIRS disease by focusing on the root cause of the issue.

Our CIRS trained specialists customize your CIRS treatment plan by combining the best and most effective protocols designed by the leading CIRS doctors.

Once you begin your protocol, you can begin healing your mind and body.

CIRS Testing & Treatment Process

Though your plan will be customized to your body and your results, our CIRS and mycotoxin/biotoxin protocols are developed by our CIRS and mold specialists. Some of the therapies that may be included in your athletic performance health plan include:

​These are just some of the treatment details you'll see in your customized treatment plan. Our CIRS and mold detox specialists will be with you every step of the way to ensure you're making progress and healing your mind and body.

The CIRS Approach

CIRS Disease Diagnosis

Step 1: ​Consult & Analysis

You'll begin your new health journey with an initial consult with a medical practitioner. During this step you'll complete customized lab testing to get to the root cause of your issues.

CIRS Disease Treatment Plan

Step 2: ​Review and Plan

At this stage, we'll review your labs and analysis and commit to your customized holistic health plan to address root cause issues and reach your health goals.

CIRS Disease Testing

Step 3: Re-evaluation

Throughout your health plan, we'll check-in at progress milestones and complete a re-evaluation to make any necessary changes to your health plan so you can stay on target with reaching your goals.

CIRS Disease Prevention

Step 4: ​Maintenance Phase

When you've achieved your goals, we customize an ongoing plan for maintenance and support to ensure your stay on track with your results and prevent any future issues.

What is Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)?

CIRS is a condition that occurs when the immune system becomes dysregulated in response to a biotoxin exposure, such as mold or other environmental factors. It is characterized by a chronic inflammatory response that can affect multiple body systems.

What causes CIRS?

CIRS is typically triggered by exposure to biotoxins produced by certain types of molds, bacteria, or other environmental factors. The immune system responds to these biotoxins by producing inflammatory cytokines, which can lead to a wide range of symptoms.

What are the symptoms of CIRS?

CIRS can cause a variety of symptoms that affect different body systems. Common symptoms include fatigue, headaches, anxiety, depression, cognitive difficulties (brain fog), respiratory issues, joint pain, and gastrointestinal problems.

How is CIRS diagnosed?

Diagnosing CIRS can be complex, as it requires a comprehensive evaluation of the patient's medical history, symptoms, and exposure to biotoxins. Laboratory tests, including markers of inflammation and immune system function, may also be used to help confirm the diagnosis.

What is the role of VCS testing in CIRS?

VCS testing, or Visual Contrast Sensitivity testing, is one tool that may be used in the evaluation of patients suspected of having CIRS. It assesses the individual's ability to detect changes in contrast and may be indicative of an impaired immune response.

Can CIRS be treated?

Treatment for CIRS typically involves addressing the underlying biotoxin exposure and supporting the body's detoxification processes. This may include avoiding further exposure to biotoxins, using binders to remove toxins from the body, and supporting immune system function.

What should I do if I suspect I have CIRS?

If you suspect you have CIRS, it's important to consult with one of our CIRS and mold specialists who is knowledgeable about the condition. They can perform a comprehensive evaluation and recommend appropriate testing and treatment options based on your individual circumstances.

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