CFS is a chronic condition characterized by extreme fatigue brought about by normal, everyday activitiy.
Post-exercise exhaustion (even light exercise) is also a symptom.
In its extreme, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can become so debilitating that it can lead to virtual invalidism, in turn often leading to depression.
When a case history is taken, it’s often found that there has been a history of glandular fever as a teenager or young adult. Sometimes a stressful event or situation like exams or even an acute illness can precipitate this condition.
Generally the person suffering CFS is often a talented person with a very strong drive. “Soldiering on” when tired or sick is common, as is a history of exercising when tired.
Conventional approaches get the person to engage in some exercise, despite their chronic fatigue. Regrettably, nutrition is not often considered when treating CSF. This omission results in a consistently poor outcome, which is why many CSF cases we have seen try many & varied doctors & natural therapists, desperately looking for the magic treatment to cure them.
It is worth repeating: moderate or hard exercise should NOT be engaged in by those with CFS.
Provided the person is willing to make some dietary & lifestyle changes Innate Health Solutions recommend, we invariably see noticeable improvement in the condition within just a few weeks. The majority will make complete recoveries.