What About Me?
If you are newly diagnosed, or have been living with chronic fatigue, chances are you may be feeling depressed or experiencing some strong emotions such as fear, anger, or confusion, and no doubt you have many questions.
Your doctor and health care team can work with you to help you create a plan that will help you manage your fatigue. Your fatigue may be related to chemical sensitivities or allergies, among other issues. If that is the case, once you have isolated any chemical or food sensitivities, you can begin your path to recovery. In order for your plan to be effective, you need to include elements of good nutrition and diet, daily activity or exercise, and stress reduction. Due to the nature of chronic fatigue, it’s extremely important that you work closely with your doctor, CFS coach, or health care team member, and monitor any changes in energy level, mood, and pain, and adjust your diet and exercise program accordingly.
It's equally important that you learn to work with your feelings and any underlying dynamics that will either support good health or set you back. The exercises and quizzes in the What About Me? section will help you to identify areas where you may need support and point you in the right direction to get that support. The Take Action section will provide you with unique individual tools that will help you to see where your trouble spots are.
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.