Ive been struggling with CFS for nearly 5 years now, and only really in the last year started managing it a bit better but I still struggle every now and then.
I'm trying a new specific diet to help with my immune system and energy, also started doing more exercise, I was wondering if anybody else has tried something like this and if theyve had any success/improvement with their symptoms?
You are going in the right direction and your measures of dietary modification and exercise will certainly help. The most effective treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome appears to be a two-pronged approach that combines psychological counselling with a gentle exercise program. Medications will also help deal with the symptoms better. Hence you should also be in touch with your Doctor.
Hope this helps.
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