It’s normal to feel tired sometimes. With everyday obligations around work, home life, and personal wellness practices, it’s no wonder that many teenagers and adults feel as though they’re exhausted more often than not. That said, there is a difference between feeling tired because of a hectic schedule and feeling tired for seemingly no reason. Chronic tiredness or fatigue is often downplayed or dismissed as a symptom of today’s modern world. But for many people, there is something deeper underneath the surface causing those excessive feelings of fatigue. One such example of this is chronic fatigue syndrome. But what exactly is this condition, and how do you identify chronic fatigue syndrome? Let’s investigate.Continue reading “How Can You Identify Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?”
5 Ways To Fight Seasonal Fatigue In Fall
With cooler weather rolling in throughout fall, many people feel the effects of the seasonal changes. While most people notice the obvious signs like colder temperatures and less sunlight, some not-so-obvious effects can linger – and actually become detrimental to your overall health.
For example, when the seasons change, the body’s internal clock may become imbalanced. During the changes of light and temperature, the body has to adjust, and this adjustment isn’t easy on everybody. It can cause many symptoms, one of which is fatigue. So what are some ways to fight seasonal fatigue this fall? Read on to find out.Continue reading “5 Ways To Fight Seasonal Fatigue In Fall”
What Is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) & What Causes It?
It’s normal to feel tired, especially with the high-demand lifestyles many people lead today. However, feeling generally fatigued because of a lack of sleep, being overworked, or not getting enough exercise is all typically normal. It’s when that fatigue becomes inescapable that it can be a real problem. When a person feels extreme fatigue that does not cease regardless of how much rest one gets, and it isn’t attributed to an underlying health condition, it is referred to as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).Continue reading “What Is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) & What Causes It?”