Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia affect millions of Americans and many more world wide. While a single definitive cause for these syndromes has not been found, factors involved in triggering... More > them include chronic stress, nutritional and hormone deficiencies, post viral illnesses and mildly insufficient adrenal function.
The Debilitating fatigue and joint/muscle pain caused by these very real illnesses, can seriously reduce the quality-of-life for those who experience them.
This e-book addresses the symptoms, diagnosis and treatments for these life-altering health disorders. Also addressed are aspects of these illnesses, that can include hormonal deficiencies, such as low cortisol levels.< Less
This eBook is also a section found in "The Everything Adrenal Fatigue eBook!", this title being made available, so that readers wanting to read specficially about the associations between... More > CFS, Fibromyalgia and Adrenal Fatigue, can do so.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Fibromyalgia (FMS) have 75% crossover symptom similarities, according to medical sources. These same sources, including the U.S. National Institutes of Health have found that both CFS and FMS patients present with cortisol levels (the major adrenal stress hormone) that are lower than that of the healthy population. This is what some believe to be an indicator of a mildly adrenal insufficient state called “Adrenal Fatigue”.
This eBook is very possibly the best available on the subject of these syndromes and their interconnectedness. Also included is information to help readers understand the role of adrenal function, in the development of these syndromes.< Less
In this book we are giving you tools to be able to confirm if your symptoms match the common CFS indicators, and if they do, how you can get on with the job of beating your chronic fatigue.
This... More > purpose of this book is to give an overview of the whole range of available CFS therapies and to talk though all the treatment choices with you. It will look at the current state of medical thinking, and show you how to find the medical and alternative practitioners that are skilled in treating CFS.
It will help you to review the therapies that have already worked for others, make your selection of what resonates with your condition and lifestyle, and translate those strategies into your own individual therapy plan.
Although we are not medical practitioners, we have spent decades sharing our personal experiences of beating CFS, toward helping other people to deal with their CFS symptoms as well.< Less
In 1970 a straightforward minor hospital treatment in the UK turned into a nightmare of medical abuse as Sandra, age 24, was caught up in the experiments of the pioneers of IVF who needed healthy... More > ovum for their work. The removal of most of her ovaries left her body shocked into early menopause and rapid aging. She is now almost permanently confined to a wheelchair.
In New Zealand Sandra organised a patient oriented conference for ME in 1995 at a world-renowned medical school and realised that her failing physical condition was due to the earlier experimental surgery.
Her research into the test tube baby pioneers, Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards made her aware of the dangers and ethics of what is now a thriving billion-dollar industry.
Sandra raises questions that should be of concern to all of us, but through all her work and research she demonstrates the faith in God that brought her to a new understanding and acceptance of her condition. It made her realise that she must speak out.< Less
Katie's story recounts her astonishing journey through twenty-five years suffering from the illness Chronic Fatigue or M.E. having previously led a very healthy active teenage life prior to Glandular... More > Fever. Her remarkable determination carrying her through the first eighteen months largely bed bound. Disbelieved by some of the medical profession, the effects it had on family life and her undoubting belief that one day she would be well again.
Her voyage spanning the next twenty-three years, following setbacks and achievements. It describes the severity and destruction this illness can and does cause. Finding individual solutions can and does make M.E a recoverable illness.
Finally Katie found the end of her journey through a battle in life she would rather not have taken. She has grown as a person with enduring warmth and strength of character. Through the support of some very special people in her life she is now healthy, strong and living a life she loves. M.E has been left behind.< Less
Fibromyalgia Syndrome is a condition that effect millions of men and women across the world. For years, it has been a totally misunderstood disorder. Only now, are we gaining more insights into... More > this insidious syndrome.
Fibrofoglights is a book that details the signs, symptoms and treatments of the disorder.
It also discusses many of the myths associated with the syndrome.< Less