Chronic fatigue lifestyle strategies can help you reclaim your life.
These simple changes are the key to living better with and recovering from chronic fatigue syndrome. Working with your doctor, there are many things you can do to improve your overall health, your chances of recovery, and your quality of life. Many of these strategies can help you to recover a sense of control of your life, which can make
coping with chronic fatigue
a little easier.
Pacing is perhaps the most important strategy you can learn, as it creates a framework for success. It is a way to stay as active as you can while avoiding overexertion. It helps you make room in your life to do the things you love.
Sleep Tips for Chronic Fatigue.
OK, I know what you're thinking. "If I could get a good night's sleep, I wouldn't have chronic fatigue, would I?" While that is true, there are some things that you can do to improve your sleep habits and quality of sleep each night.
Everyone experiences stress in their life. And what could be more stressful than learning to live with a chronic illness? Here are some tools to help you reduce the stress in your life.
Eating well has always been an important component to feeling well. Improving our diets can speed our recovery by eliminating symptoms caused by poor nutrition and food allergies.
Exercise improves your mood, helps you manage your weight, strengthens your heart and lungs, and promotes better sleep. It can also cause a huge relapse for people with CFS (post exertional malaise). Graded exercise is a way to gently reintroduce exercise back into your life.
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