Signs You Need Help From A CFS Treatment Center

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a condition that strikes millions of people each year. The illness is highly mysterious, as medical professionals have to this point been unable to determine the root causes for it. In fact, the only way to truly measure CFS is through the acknowledgment of its symptoms.

CFS causes the individual to experience flu-like symptoms. It is believed to appear most often after a viral infection or a cold, though the medical community is split as to the specific causes of the illness.

Signs and Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Obviously, the most common symptom of CFS is fatigue. But in addition to that, there are several other primary symptoms to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, including:

  • Inability to concentrate. Loses train of thought on the task at hand.
  • Loss of memory
  • Sore throat
  • Enlarged lymph nodes in the neck and under the armpit
  • Muscle aches and soreness
  • Joint pain that moves, seemingly at random, throughout different parts of the body
  • Severe headaches
  • Sleeplessness
  • Exhaustion after simple activities

Medical professionals consider an individual officially diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome when any of these symptoms persist for six months or more.

Possible causes for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

As mentioned above, the jury is still out on what actually causes CFS, but there are some leads. What follows are several root causes that doctors believe may be behind Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. They include:

  • Low blood sugar
  • Allergies (or a history of allergies in the family)
  • Viral infections
  • Immune deficiencies
  • Hypotension (also known as a low blood pressure)
  • Hormonal changes in the glands.

Complications from CFS

Individuals with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are at a risk for a variety of social and medical issues related to the illness, including:

  • Depression
  • De-conditioning (caused by lack of exercise or activity due to the CFS symptoms)
  • Social isolation
  • Poor performance or absences at work or school
  • Marital or relationship stress

Coping with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The most effective way of coping with CFS is to find a counseling or treatment program that has helped individuals overcome the illness. These CFS treatment programs will help the individual at both a physical and psychological level – using pain relief and counseling to form a two-tiered attack on the CFS. The other way to cope with CFS is to turn to family and friends for support. Psychologically, there is nothing better than knowing that they are there to help get through the tough times.

Moonview Sanctuary provides a chance for those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to heal and restore the life and vitality that the illness has taken away. Using cutting-edge technology from the world of neuroscience AND modern takes on tradition Eastern healing methods, Moonview is able to treat CFS from all sides. The result is an individual who is able to cope better with the illness, and has the clarity and spiritual presence necessary to focus effectively on holistic recovery.

Contact Moonview Sanctuary today for more information about the Transformational Health Programs.




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