Chronic fatigue help - a new discussion forum
Chronic fatigue is not a condition, but a symptom of a great many things. To reduce and eliminate chronic fatigue, then, you need to correct the underlying causes. What works for one person will, perhaps, leave another all the more tired as there's a real need to treat the condition and not the manifestation.
If you're chronically fatigued, what can you expect from your doctor, from the rest of the National Health service, and from your employer? How about family support - are they understanding and helpful? Do they try
to help but end up hindering and leaving you all the more tired, or do they just think you're a lazy layabout?
I've got involved in setting up a number of discussion forums in my time - some I actually control and moderate, and other such as the Chronic Fatigue Discussion Forum
I'm very much on the periphery of. But I'm proud to have been able to give a little help to Delene and Chris ... who would welcome you at the forum. It's early days yet - the boards are quiet - so you're guaranteed a good, thoughtful response to questions asked and point made. I encourage you to ask. (written 2007-01-13, updated 2009-01-04)
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