Creating Your Positive Lifestyle
Start today by making a commitment to yourself. At the very least, chronic fatigue may seem like an inconvenience. And although it can be serious, a diagnosis of CFS can be managed, and if you plan well and stick to your program you may fare better than someone who doesn’t have chronic fatigue syndrome. This is an opportunity for you to learn how to build awareness of your energy reserves and levels so that you can use them appropriately. Armed with the right tools—good nutrition and diet, daily activity or exercise, and stress reduction—you can build an even better quality of health and live a good long life.
Follow the recommendations made by your doctor. It’s extremely important that you not bite off more than you can chew. Don’t impose too many radical changes on yourself all at once as this can be a recipe for failure. Create a realistic program that is sustainable. You can always build and add more to your program. The better you feel, the more you will want to do just that.
Before you start your program, it is a good idea to take an inventory of your strengths and your supports. In other words, you want to prepare yourself inside and out so that you’re able to uphold the program you create. All the tools you need for this are in the What About Me? section. Once you complete the material in that section, go to the Take Action section and create your program.
Now that you have read through all of the information about your condition, CLICK HERE to take the next steps in your process toward wellness.