Why Do I Have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?
Why do I have chronic fatigue syndrome? This question can be answered by asking your self several questions. Being fatigued is different from being tired. Chronic fatigue syndrome is a debilitating condition.
Take a look at the syndromes listed if you can answer yes to these syndromes than you are very likely to be suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome.
Feelings of exhaustion all the time
Generally Feeling Unwell for 3 months or longer
Has been exhausted negatively impacted your job/home life
Pain in the joints
Weakness after little physical activity
Have you ever been diagnosed with hepatitis, sleep disorders, mono
Did the feelings of exhaustion come on suddenly and have not disappeared since
No matter how much you sleep you still feel exhausted
This is the short list of symptoms but they are the primary way to determine if you do have chronic fatigue syndrome. This is a debilitating disease that can interfere with every area of your life. There is no blood test that can confirm this condition, however what you can do is try to determine the conditions which are contributing to your fatigue. Very often people may suffer from parasites, candida and an entire host of problems
You are obviously not feeling well if you are reading this, you may be suffering from another disease or illness that has gone un diagnosed for a long period of time. Very often a combination of untreated health issues when left to their own will continue to bring down the health of an individual and fatigue will set in. Liver disease can make you feel this way, a metabolic issue can do it as well and a host of other disorders can affect your energy level.
Pinpointing the problem might be a bit difficult but if you are asking “why do I have chronic fatigue syndrome?” than the only clear way to any type of resolution is to cut out any other potential causes for your feeling exhausted all the time.