I'm 29 now, and I got mono and ebstein barr in 6th grade, and had experienced fatigue ever since. I also have bipolar 2 disorder with alot of depression episodes. Finally I got diagnosed with Chronic fatigue disorder. I have looked online but didnt find much. Has anyone found anything that helps with increasing energy level?
Hi, I would recommend you take a look at NADH and CQ10 for energy. Nuvigil is another choice with prescription for energy and cognitive improvement. However, your body will quickly become immune to it resulting inefficient result overtime. Adding pace exercise program to your regimen should help alleviate some fatigue.
Are you getting good night sleep? Consider adding melatonin and 5HTP at bedtime for optimal results. If your on prescription antidepressant then consult with your physician before using 5HTP.
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