The body can both cause and cure your symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. A body that is out-of-shape, disengaged and lethargic will keep you feeling sluggish and without energy.
On the contrary, a body that is active and functioning efficiently and properly is less likely to be fatigued.
At the same time, a body that is over-worked and without rest may also keep you feeling constantly tired.
This is all to say that there is no one answer to how much the body might cause CFS, nor exactly what regime one should follow to treat CFS. However, changing your pattern of lethargy or over-activity might be a good place to start: a happy body won't cause nearly as many problems as an unhappy one!Treatments include:
Effect of Acupuncture on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
Acupuncture is part of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) system that works to restore the underlying imbalance in one's body that may be causing the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. Along...
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Effect of Reducing Chemical Sensitivities on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
People with chronic fatigue syndrome may at times attribute their symptoms to chemical exposures, thereby relating chronic fatigue syndrome to another loosely defined condition known as multiple...
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Effect of Yoga on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
Yoga can ABSOLUTELY help in treating chronic fatigue syndrome. Contrary to what it may seem, when someone feels extremely lethargic and doesn't want to move, doing moderate (and eventually more...
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