‘It resembled being covered alive’: fight to recoup from chronic fatigue syndrome

BY, JO MARCHANT It was like being buried alive,” Samantha Miller says matter-of-factly, fixing me with blue eyes as she munches on falafel. “I was exhausted, with terrible joint pains. It was like having flu all the time with no certainty of recovery. I couldn’t do anything. I was trapped.” Today, she looks vibrant and […]

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Can You feel Love But You Have A Chronic Illness?

By Rachel Crowell I’m a sucker for love stories. I’m attracted to love’s capacity to be excellent, muddled, expending and inspiring– at the same time. New “Free Lens” narrative “Agitation” represents a love story with each one of those components, in addition to one confounding element: myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), generally known as chronic weakness disorder. […]

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Interesting 10 Indispensable Elements Facts About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

By Ashley Welch Medically Reviewed by Robert Jasmer, MD Chronic fatigue syndrome is frequently hard to analyze and has no unmistakably characterized reason. This is what you have to think about the confusion. For years, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) has bewildered the two specialists and patients alike. Despite the fact that up to 2.5 million Americans may live with […]

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23 Spoonie Hacks That Can Make Life With Chronic Illness Way Easier

BY, Jessica Albert MD. If you’re a spoonie it means you have a chronic illness that probably limits the amount of energy you have each day. You might not be able to do everything you want without crashing later, so saving energy (“spoons”) wherever you can becomes crucial. Since every spoonie has his or her own tricks and strategies to […]

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