Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
NO routine tests exist for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Most doctors put it under the category of depression or just recommend exercise and diet changes. Patients end up on anti-depressants, stimulants, and sleeping pills.
When no other diagnosis fits and you have a history of unexplained fatigue for at least 6 months along with other symptoms like:
- unable to think clearly
- inability to concentrate
- memory problems
- muscle aches and weakness
- inability to sleep but tired all the time
- flu-like symptoms that never seem to go away
And even if you are diagnosed with "Chronic Fatigue", that label doesn't tell you what to do about it. It just tells you that your brain and your body aren't working correctly.
Here's what most doctors don't understand about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome:
The immune system in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome sufferers is ABNORMAL. The immune system is over-active. In fact, many people suffering with Chronic Fatigue symptoms developed it after some kind of infection--whether they know it or not.
And as the months go by without proper treatment, the immune system becomes terribly unbalanced…like a teeter-totter with someone on only one side.
It's impossible for any Chronic Fatigue Sufferer To EVER Recover Without Addressing Not Only The Immune System, But Also The Brain!