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new symptom, fatigue. Symptom imperative???

Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by Xara, Apr 4, 2021.

  1. Xara

    Xara New Member

    Hi to everybody. Glad I have a forum to return and get some piece of advice and courage. Sorry again for the strange language, I am not a native speaker. :)
    I have completed the stuctured program some months ago and struggled with many of my symptoms- dizziness, instability, leg pain, neck pain, upper back pain and many many others. Most of them decreased ( unfortunately not eliminated ) significantly with the same " recipe" : ignore them and living life the way I really like. Acting like this, I gained much of pleasure, joy and fulfillment.
    But... As these symptoms decline I feel really really exhausted, tired and not strong. I am wondering if this means my stress limits down and this brings the fatigue, I mean if this is a part of the cycle.
    There are days I feel I have enough energy ( still though get easily tired) and days I am lying on the couch almost all day, tired and dizzy and foggy.
    I would like to mention that I had been through a really hard period of 4 years without resting or relaxing, because of a demanding job, raising my child without support and many other circumstances.
    I have read many articles about cfs etc but I sometimes feel I don't have the necessary "tools" to deal with it.
    In addition, I am stressed by the fact that I will face demanding circumstances again and I wont be able to cope with.
    Thank you in advance
     
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  2. Balsa11

    Balsa11 Well known member

    Yep, that sounds like TMS. Check out posts from @balto , @plum , @TG957 , and @RogueWave and read the success stories subforum for encouragements. It's totally fine to experiment with different methods to find what works to optimize your mood, health, and outlook on life. Take your time.
     
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