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... I used to get extreme tiredness after eating. After much trial and error and observation I worked out that it was caused by tmj disorder. ... (8 replies)
... after eating as well. There was an article in my local paper recently, where someone asked a personal trainer a question about exercises to do when you have an illness which causes chronic fatigue. He replied that it is difficult, but one exercise he recommended was chewing gum for one hour after eating. ... (8 replies)
... coherent way, but, to me, they all somehow seem interconnected. This perhaps may be a wrong forum to post on, but I am so desperate to get some answers. I know that people with CFS have many different symptoms and that doctors often don't take them seriously, which also happens to me. ... (3 replies)

... increasing your intake of raw food is could be helpful. when you consume cooked food there is actually an immune system response (analysis of the blood shows the immune system in a state of emergency). with the body actually viewing the food as a foreign invader. this saps your energy as the body sees fighting off the deemed invader are more important avenue for energy useage.... (16 replies)
... The first thing a DR will do is run a test to see if your sugar level is too high or too low. I also go through that and it does not matter what I eat I still get right down tired. ... (3 replies)
... something that's often suggested to take the strain off digestion is to have more smaller meals during the course of the day instead of fewer large ones. also do you know if you have any food intolerances? ... (8 replies)
... Ok so really you can have either of two problems mainly, your not producing enough digestive enzymes or the bile from your gallbladder is missing components. ... (8 replies)
... When you digest food, blood flow increases into your intestines to aid in the digestion. ... (8 replies)
... then pick her up again at 6. I'm not given any proper time to even take a restful nap or get much done if I actually am in a mood. ... (6 replies)
... Well, after months of thinking I had low estrogen problems, my gyno says I may have chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia. ... (0 replies)
How I improved
Mar 22, 2012
... I don't want to be pessimistic, but it'd be interesting to see how long you stay improved. ... (3 replies)
... Is there anything that has helped you with chronic fatique syndrome? ... (6 replies)
Lupus or CFS
Jun 28, 2009
... i do get extreme fatigue but more so i get just plain wore out and exhausted easily. but i usually get about 10 hours sleep a night. ... (4 replies)
... they keep you there for the day. They do a series of mini naps. It tests how quickly you fall asleep and go into REM etc. ... (8 replies)
... or make sure to tell them I'm feelin exhausted etc. And the gym thing I know, it's pretty bad. Like you my brain can just turn off and zone out and relax while I'm at the gym. I'm like a robot. ... (8 replies)
Can anyone relate?
Jun 18, 2011
... ribose. When I would get stressed I wasn't hungry and didn't eat and I would get worse. Eating helped me maintain my enegy level. After I would come out of a relapse after a couple days I would always have to eat more to try and build my energy level back up. ... (8 replies)
... until I started reintroducing processed food back in to my diet. Headaches came back tenfold and all of my symptoms are severely exacerbated within 2 hours of me eating a meal. Antibiotics have a similar effect. Needless to say after 2 days of feeling terrible I am back on the diet. ... (9 replies)
... I know what you mean about sleeping all night only to need to go back to bed a few hours later. ... (8 replies)




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