Chronic Fatigue SyndromeMany of us are very well-familiar with the symptoms of CFS, or chronic fatigue syndrome. Modern people, especially women, have so many things to do and tasks to accomplish, and sometimes we feel that something’s got broken inside of us. We feel apathy, fatigue, extreme weakness and hopelessness. Some specialists tend to believe that chronic fatigue syndrome is linked to certain sicknesses, and some suggest that those are the symptoms of old age. Well, those are just theories, but now we need to know what to do if notorious CFS is your frequent guest. Below, you can find the tips on how to beat chronic fatigue syndrome and always remain energetic and positive.

1. Wake up in the morning and go to bed at the same time. Also, have your meals and exercise at the same time of the day. Scheduled activities will help you to get adapted to physical and metal difficulties we all going through in spring.

2. Take a shower in the morning. On of the best relaxing procedures you can offer your body in the morning.

Exercise3. Exercise twice a day. Every morning do a short 10-15-minute exercise program, in the evening do some cardio or other training for 30-60 minutes.

4. Try to give up your bad habits. They are extremely damaging and harmful in terms of CFS.

5. Keep your daily nutrition under control. No need to say about the importance of healthy nutrition, just remember that your daily diet has to be rich with such elements and nutrients as zinc, selenium, magnesium, iron, Vitamins A, B and C.

6. Practice effective weight management techniques. It is proven that extra weight is linked to sleeping disorders (and many other problems, of course), which can be especially harmful to the people who suffer from CFS.

7. Regularly use herbal remedies and medicinal herbs to support your body in spring. Such herbs as St. John’s Wort, echinacea, horsetail, ginseng, milfoil, hawthorn berries, peppermint, Valerian root and other can have excellent calming down and rejuvenating effects on your body, helping you overcome the symptoms of CFS in spring and feel healthy and confident.

Author Info: Hi! My name is Carla and I am a 5th year medical student at HYMS. I am interested in alternative medicine and I have done months researching the topic of herbal medicine. Besides, I like interviewing people and learning more about their experiences with one or another type of herbal treatments. I am willing to contribute to this site with my knowledge, and I would be happy to help you out to the best of my ability with any specific questions or problems related to alternative medicine.

3 Responses to “7 Tips To Beat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”

  1. Jasmine AdamsNo Gravatar Says:

    The above tips are great! Thanks for your blog. However, there is another good nutrient for chronic fatigue syndrome that you did not mention. It is CoQ10, a vitamin-like substance that is required by every cell in the body for the production of energy. Medication, aging, strenuous exercise and other factors can deplete the levels of CoQ10 in the body.

  2. TJNo Gravatar Says:

    Absolutely! I agree. In addition to COq10, modafinil and carrot plus ginger juice works wonders.

    Also have more slow release carbs as opposed to sugary sweet simple carbs. And ecercise!

  3. Soila SellinNo Gravatar Says:

    Dear Maria, I used to work with C2 and team for eH long time ago but had to stop because I had to travel and live abroad due to my hubby’s work. C2 has worked very hard and has the heart of gold, she taught me not to give up and encouraged me to always be independent. She has done wonders with Salam Wanita. My best regards to her and her team.