Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Gradually increase exercise
Even if you must begin with only a few minutes at a time, exercise can help you feel better
- Check out L-carnitine
Take 1 gram three times a day to provide a nutrient important for energy production
- Try NADH
10 mg per day of the active coenzyme form of vitamin B3 (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) may help your body produce more energy
- Consider vitamin B12 injections
Consult a doctor for a trial of 2,500 to 5,000 mcg every two or three days for several weeks to make up possible deficiency
- Consult an expert
Find an experienced professional to help manage the symptoms of this challenging disease
- Get stress-reduction counseling
For coping strategies, find a qualified counselor experienced in helping people with chronic fatigue syndrome
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