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What is chronic fatigue syndrome? We all get tired. Many of us have felt depressed at times. But the mystery known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is not like the normal ups and downs we experience in everyday life. The early sign of this illness is a strong and noticeable fatigue that comes on suddenly and often comes and goes or never stops. You sometimes feel too tired to do normal activities or are easily exhausted with no apparent reason. Unlike the mind fog of a serious hangover, to which researchers have compared CFS, the profound weakness of CFS does not go away with a few good nights of sleep. Instead, it slyly steals your energy and vigour over months and sometimes years. Causes of Chronic fatigue For many people, CFS can begin after a bout with a minor illness such as a cold, or an intestinal bug. Often, people say that their illnesses started during a period of high stress. In others, CFS develops more gradually, with no clear illness or other event starting it. While no one knows what causes CFS, for more than a century, doctors have reported seeing illnesses similar to it. In the 1860s, Dr. George Beard named a similar or identical syndrome "neurasthenia" because he thought it was a nervous disorder with weakness and fatigue. In the mid-1980s, health experts labelled the illness "chronic EBV" infection when laboratory clues led scientists to wonder whether the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), one of the causes of infectious mononucleosis, might be causing this group of symptoms. Evidence soon cast doubt on this theory. Magnetic treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome Successful treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome depends on increasing energy levels. Drinking magnetic water will increase energy levels and reduce tiredness. One of the many benefits of drinking magnetic water is that it eliminates toxins in the body. Your body stores harmful toxins with in the tissues of the skin. These toxins are potentially harmful to your body and can not be safely detoxified by the liver. When you drink magnetised water the size of the water molecule is increased and its ability to absorb toxins is much greater, so as the magnetism flows around your body harmful toxins are drawn out of the tissues and safely transported to the kidneys for excretion from the body. You can lose as much as 2 litres (4½ pints) of excess fluid that you don't need. Once the excess fluid has been eliminated the heart does not have to work so hard and blood pressure reduces, energy levels automatically increase as the body does not have to use up so much energy for basic functions. You will feel less tired, sleeping will be easier and generally you will have a great sense of wellbeing. Many people with chronic fatigue find that with just a few weeks of drinking between 4-6 glasses of magnetised water a day they can return to many of their previous activities, even return to work. The effects of the magnetised water will dissipate fairly quickly with chronic fatigue sufferers, so to ensure energy levels remain at normal it is recommended to drink magnetic water permanently. Debbie Shimadry is as an expert guest on magnetic therapy for BBC Radios and is also the managing director of leading magnetic therapy company worldofmagnets.co.uk. If you are interested in natural pain relief visit the magnetic article directory or the health reciprocal link exchange directory. Related Articles - magnetic therapy, magnet therapy, pain relief, magnetic water, chronic fatigue syndromme, Email this Article to a Friend! Receive Articles like this one direct to your email box!Subscribe for free today!
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