Beating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Feel like you’re drowning in fatigue?  Probably most people don’t even notice how completely useless you feel or what an effort it is just to keep putting one foot in front of the other?  Sound like you?  You could be suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome?

It’s doubtful if you will get any real help from the medical community.  They’ll probably do blood work and prove that you really are alive—after all.

What Is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Don’t blame the doctors—there is no specific test to verify whether or not you are suffering with CFS.  Any test will only serve to rule out other possibilities for your lack of energy.

You don’t really need a test anyway, do you?  You already know you’re exhausted all the time, or that you seem to have constant muscle pains, headaches, or joint pain.  Furthermore,  it’s no wonder you think you’re dealing with depression—with all of this going on.

The medical community now knows that Chronic fatigue and chronic inflammation go hand in hand.  Chronic inflammation comes first and is the result of physical trauma, a virus, or the foods you eat.

How’s that for a news flash?  What you’re eating could be the instigator of your chronic fatigue.

It’s difficult getting medical help, because there’s are no real test for it.  But there are natural remedies that can help.  Ready to get your energy back and feel like a real human being again?

Natural Relief for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is On the Way

Eating Your Way to Better Health

Remember what I just told you about Chronic Fatigue and inflammation?  Chronic inflammation is a problem that physicians are beginning to pay attention to in a big way.

Chronic inflammation is turning out to be the leading cause of high cholesterol and many heart and circulatory diseases.   It resides for the most part in your arteries, blood vessels, and veins.

When you take action against this chronic inflammation in your circulatory system, improved heart health is much easier.

This health culprit is caused by what we’re eating.  That’s right, it’s the ridiculous stuff we are putting in our mouths that we call food.  Here’s a list of foods you need to avoid and get them out of your diet:

  • Refined sugar
  • Flour
  • Artificial flavoring
  • Artificial colors
  • Preservatives
  • Saturated fats

Getting these away from your mouth will help you reduce inflammation in your body, bringing relief from your chronic fatigue syndrome.

It took me a few weeks to get my mind to accept that eating flour and sugar was not going to happen any more, but it has definitely changed my life—for the better—no, the best.

The first thing to do is to accept that if what you’re eating won’t rot, it’s not really food at all.  The next thing to do is start learning for yourself which foods you eat that won’t rot.

This leaves you with a diet of whole foods that exist in a natural state without being processed.  These are examples of whole foods:

  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Whole grains
  • Lean protein
  • Healthy fat from oils and nuts and meats (not sandwich meat.

Fresh Foods Are the Cure for Fatigue

Get in the habit, and frame of mind, that fresh foods are what keeps you healthy and free from fatigue.  Processed foods come in packages, and filled with chemicals that you can’t pronounce.  These “faux” foods cause your body to react with inflammation to fight off the damage and toxins they bring.

It won’t take but a few weeks to see real relief from your symptoms of CFS and improved overall health.

Natural Fatigue Fighting Supplements

These are supplements that are free from side effects and help your body heal itself naturally.

L-carnitine – L-carnitine is known for helping the body to increase energy.  Studies have shown it to be effective for people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and has reduced problems with muscle weakness.

Coenzyme Q-10 – Coenzyme Q-10 has been proven effective at helping people fight fatigue.  This supplement is an antioxidant that has helped people to reverse the signs of aging and reduces inflammation in the body.

Ginseng – If you’re looking for a supplement that can increase your energy and boost your immune system, ginseng is a natural choice.  Studies have shown it can reduce fatigue and help your body to fight off illness.

Fish Oil – Fish oil is a supplement that contains essential fatty acids.  These can help reduce inflammation throughout your body.  Fish oil is shown in research to help fight depression – which is common for people with chronic illness.

Magnesium – Magnesium is a critical mineral that your body needs to help maintain healthy tissues.  It’s been shown to be valuable for treating problems with the nervous system and many people with CFS have experienced relief.

Reducing Stress Reduces Fatigue

Start noticing how your stress levels are affecting your chronic stress, then start taking responsibility for reducing as much stress as possible.  All good health involves learning to take care of yourself, and relieving yourself from stressful situations is part of that.

We all know you can’t eliminate all the stress from your life, but you can learn to identify sources and manage it.  Simple things like deep breathing exercises, meditation, soothing music, and especially daily walking will greatly reduce built up tension and stress.

So, if you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired from Chronic fatigue syndrome go ahead and take matters into your own hands with these natural remedies for fatigue.

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