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Thanks guys/girls for all your lovely messages of hope, encouragement and suggestions!

I have some what come a long way in diagnosis since I worte the last entry. It appears I have ME/Chronic Fatigue as no blood test show anything conclusive (which is always the case). I am interested in this condition as currently I am finding it totally disabilitating and spending days in bed when I want to be doing things! Are there ways I can help myself?


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  • Hi Jess,

    I would thoroughly recommend you do exactly the opposite to what I did when I was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome - ignore it!

    In my defence I was 12 at the time and just wanted to carry on playing all the sports I loved and as I moved into my teens there was no way I was missing out on the parties and everything that goes with them e.g. alcohol

    The end result is that I made my self 100 times worse...and that is no exaggeration. I spent my entire 20s searching for answers to my problems...and am still searching. The good news is I am about to graduate as a Nutritional Therapist and at least I know I can help others like yourself before they get themselves into the mess I have ;)

    The simplest advice I can give you is to take care of yourself in every way. Love yourself despite your new limitations. Eat well. Get as much sleep and rest as you can. Get as much sunshine as you can. And read as much as you can about the more technical issues involved in ME/CFS on this site and others. There is a lot that can be done and total cures are possible...so above all always have hope!

    Comment last edited on about 8 years ago by Maff

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