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What causes chronic fatigue? Stress caused by work or family drama. Children who don’t sleep well. Physical discomfort, or a racing mind . . . . There are so many reasons why you may not have much pep in your step today. We all feel tired from time to time, and need to take a break.
For most of us, a little rest reverses the symptoms. For others, the issue is both persistent and long-lasting. According to the CDC, chronic fatigue plagues an estimated 800,000 to 2.5 million people in the U.S. Across the globe, that number may be as high as 24 million. Women are 2 to 4 times more likely than men to be diagnosed.
Chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as CFS, also goes by two other names: myalgic encephalomyelitis and systemic exertion intolerance disease. Few doctors have the expertise to diagnose it. Most sufferers, therefore, must work extremely hard to achieve chronic fatigue recovery, and many find the task virtually impossible.
Chronic fatigue symptoms include the following:
As the obesity epidemic worsens, we are spending more time watching and interacting with screens. Ironically, many of us tend to push ourselves, spending less time resting, vacationing, or just “being.” We also may contribute to the problem by eating foods that are overly processed, foods which our body can’t utilize fully. All of these realities can make it more difficult to recover from chronic fatigue.
Before our clients find us, many of them have spent many years going to doctors. Sometimes doctors dismiss their concerns as purely psychological, blame their fatigue on depression, or chalk it up to laziness. Their normal solution is prescription drugs, including modafinil, lisdexamfetamine, duloxetine, amantadine, and armodafinil (these are five of the most commonly prescribed medications). Side effects of these medications include fever, vomiting, poor appetite, and carry the risk of abuse and dependence.
Ongoing research into chronic fatigue cures has resulted in some initial potential advances, only to be proven inadequate. It’s no wonder more and more people are pushing back against big pharma and seeking out natural relief!
There are several natural remedies that have shown great promise in managing the symptoms of chronic fatigue.
There is some evidence that thyme extract and its high antioxidant content can help to help to provide chronic fatigue relief. The recommendation is to brew fresh thyme in hot water (add raw honey to sweeten). This may have a positive effect on inflammation and high blood pressure.
A small trial study on evening primrose oil for people with chronic fatigue syndrome first demonstrated positive results several years ago. Patients given a combination of evening primrose and fish oils showed significant improvement in CFS symptoms after several weeks. The essential fatty acids contained within the oil may have an impact on immune dysfunction or imbalances in the hormones.
Check for Food Sensitivities/Allergens
Scientists have discovered a correlation between those who suffer from chronic fatigue and also show a sensitivity to wheat. This sensitivity does not appear to have the same markers as celiac disease, but the results are similar: a strong immune reaction and damage to the intestinal cells. If you suffer from regular gastrointestinal sensitivity or pain, exploring your reaction to wheat could prove worthwhile.
The positive effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy cannot be overestimated. In fact, it may likely be more helpful in the long term than psychiatric medications. CBT works to eliminate unhelpful behavioral patterns and ways of thinking that can stand in the way of full chronic fatigue recovery.
Increase Vitamin B Intake
Another practice that often pays dividends for the sufferers of chronic fatigue is a regular schedule of Vitamin B12 injections. B12 bolsters the nervous system, imparting mental, emotional, and physical improvements to many who try it.
Increase Potassium/Magnesium Intake
Both magnesium and potassium are powerhouse supplements that can boost overall wellness.
The U.S. population often falls short of the recommended magnesium consumption. This is surprising, especially considering the wonderful things it can do for muscle relaxation and sleep, along with the immune system and our overall inflammatory response. Many people who begin a magnesium regimen report better energy levels and stamina.
A lack of potassium can result in weakness and fatigue. The Western diet is typically low in potassium, which is found in mushrooms, coconut water, sweet potatoes, spinach, avocados, and certain kinds of beans. Examine your diet, and consider introducing more whole and natural foods to build potassium and magnesium levels.
Build Peace and Relaxation Into Your Life
Managing chronic fatigue can be, in itself, an exhausting endeavor. Keeping a positive outlook is one of the most powerful weapons you have.
Here are some books worth introducing to your library, along with recommendations for light exercise and outdoor activity. You face an uphill climb daily with chronic fatigue and its stressors. Regular reminders to stay optimistic are powerful, and they have very real effects.
All of the natural remedies listed above can be powerful precursors for change. You have likely already tried several of them, but may still be searching for something with lifelong benefits.
Here at Advanced Cell Training, we believe the catalyst for chronic fatigue recovery lies within YOU.
Many people have come to us hoping to cure their chronic fatigue for good. And they have succeeded. The unique method we employ at Advanced Cell Training (ACT) does not include the use of medications. Instead, we teach you to embrace the healing powers within. Our practices are non-addictive and can be done in the comfort of your own home. The proprietary training code method we use begins with a comprehensive evaluation of your conditions and symptoms. Muscle testing will be used to gauge the next steps for our work together. ACT’s Founder, Gary Blier, will then look over those results.
You will be invited to take part in training classes, where you will be able to connect with other clients who often deal with similar issues. After each weekly class, you will receive sets of Class Codes and Individual Codes. You will take time during that same week to read the codes and gauge your body’s reaction.
Your reading time will be followed by a period spent listening to training music to help your body in assimilating the codes. Every week, you will be able to note the effects of the codes on your body and re-assess our work in both the regular meetings and with weekly emails.
The method is unusual, but is based on scientific realities—such as the fact that we are all made up of energy, and that events from our past can actually keep us from healing. If you are tired of being tired, you may be open to trying something that, in spite of it being quite unusual, can bring a whole new level of energy into your life.
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