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Chronic Fatigue

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posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 01:14 PM
I've been diagnosed with chronic fatigue (finally), but it's currently really effecting my college work more than ever; somedays I just can't get out of make it worse I just get labelled lazy and a 'skiver' when I don't goto lessons. I meditate and take Q10, but it doesn't make a great deal of difference. I'm really struggling!:shk:

posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 01:20 PM
Sorry to here that, it must be awfull to have to live with,

Heres an info page that might help you find some stuff out,

posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 01:40 PM
Greetings, padawan.

My brother's ex had it in the early 90's. Some days she could hardly walk. Eventually she found some alternative therapy which seemed to help. I think it was some kind of herbal tea - I'll email my brother and ask.

Meanwhile here are a few links I found from people who have CF and how they deal with it.

Chronic Fatigue Support

Teens with Chronic Fatigue

Yahoo links - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

posted on Nov, 9 2004 @ 10:32 PM
If you are tired all the time, you are like me. I don't know much about chronic fatigue symptom, but I would encourage you to look into other medical issues as well. There are other things that can sap your energy. I am 35 and within the last 2 years I have noticed I feel dog tired when I am not working. I have considered and tried low iron, vitamin B, and thought about having preliminary heart problems - as I have been smoking for 6 years and have borderlline high blood pressure. Lack of oxygen from smoking or something like diabetes can give you serious fatigue. I encourage you to consider these things. I wish you luck and sympathize with you. See ya around.

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