My life with CFS – part 3

My life with CFS – part 3

There is nothing wrong with you!

Ten years back in the middle of the chronic phase of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), I was moving from one country to another, trying to keep control of my life and condition. Years went by, but CFS was still my invisible companion – always there to shake me up just when I thought I was over it. When I’ve talked to people about it, they’ve looked at me with ignorance or skepticism. Because I look fine, because CFS is not a visible illness, few people really understand what I go through. Even the medical community finds it hard to understand Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

The energy flow is damaged

But after living over a decade with CFS I realized it is a physical depression. Many of us live with self-doubt, with stress and anxiety. Some of us are successful at suppressing it, “getting on with life,” instead of addressing our unhappiness or anxieties. But inner stress and tension also wear down the nervous system. Then if something upsetting happens it can trigger an unexpected jolt to our system, interrupting our energy flow or, in the worst case, stop it. Our body freezes and can begin to break down like mine did when I felt as if my muscles just stopped working and I couldn’t get out of bed. CFS develops slowly and breaks through after a long period of tension and suppressed emotions.

My life with the chronic fatigue syndrome

From medical news today

Many people use the words ‘sign’ and ‘symptom’ interchangeably. However, there are important differences that affect their use in the field of medicine. Any objective evidence of a disease, such as a skin rash or a cough, is a sign. A doctor, family members, and the individual experiencing the signs can identify these. ” Read more:

Understand what you can’t see!

Since ancient times people have known that there is more to us than skin and bones, blood and nerves. They’ve known that our bodies need a smooth flow of energy – the life force to pulsate freely through us – in order to become healthy. We have to clear blockages, to deal with our underlying conditions, to improve our energy flow and our life. If you learn about the subtle energy bodies and chakras, the energy points within our consciousness, if you learn about the physical and mental interconnections of your being, then you can make changes or adapt to trying circumstances. Like me. This is how I’ve learned to live with CFS, my invisible companion.

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