Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), also known as M.E., is characterised by prolonged debilitating fatigue severe enough to interfere with a person's normal life, and multiple nonspecific symptoms which can include:
- Recurrent sore throats, tender glands
- Muscle and joint pain
- Mental fogginess
- Unrefreshing sleep (still tired on waking up)
- Flu like feelings
It can take a long time for a doctor to diagnose CFS because a host of other causes have to be ruled out first. CFS can affect any age group, but is most commonly seen in the early twenties to mid forties. About 1 in 1000 are affected in the UK, and it is twice as common in women.
The effect of CFS on a person's life can cause stress, anxiety, depression, self-directed anger, lack of self confidence and low self-esteem. It is in alleviating these effects that hypnotherapy can help you to cope with chronic fatigue.
They are equally effective as seeing me in person and enable you to maintain social distancing during the Covid-19 outbreak.
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