Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
CFS / ME
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Fatigue is a common symptom in many illnesses, but CFS is a multi-systemic condition and is relatively rare by comparison.
Symptoms of CFS include post-exertional malaise; unrefreshing sleep; widespread muscle and joint pain; cognitive difficulties; chronic, often severe, mental and physical exhaustion; and other characteristic symptoms in a previously healthy and active person.
CFS patients may report additional symptoms including muscle weakness, increased sensitivity to light, sounds and smells, orthostatic intolerance, digestive disturbances, depression, poor immune response, and cardiac and respiratory problems.
During the time my wife suffered from CFS / ME we noticed that the biggest improvements needed to come from changes to the external factors influencing the living area.
This advice is given freely and without any type of guarantees so please read with this in mind, we do our best to try and help people that have changelling health conditions and for some certain things work and for others the same things do not. But hopefully if you are reading this article then either you are suffering from CFS / ME or know someone that is.
We are all aware that the world we live in today is becoming more toxic, the oceans are polluted, the air we breathe is also more than likely polluted unless we are fortunate enough to live in a the Swiss alps and the majority of our food is full to the brim with preservatives and more E numbers than we can be bothered to read let alone understand.
Give this escalation of toxicity our immune systems are starting to buckle under the load, stress is the number one illness of our decade and everyone knows someone that is suffering from the stress of daily life.
It would be of no great surprise then that an illness pops out of the woodwork that is undocumented and at present there is no medical drug to alleviate the symptoms of it. This illness has been labeled CFS or ME by the medical profession and is currently treated by a type of group therapy. People that suffer attend a group setting maybe in hospital and discuss the techniques that can be used to work with this illness. Most hospitals are advising patients to change their life and start “Pacing” themselves, this essentially means on days they have more energy they can do more than normal but not too much so they don’t burn themselves out for the next day, and on bad days of muscle pain and terrible fatigue go with the body and rest as much as they can.