Did you know that some people who suffer from diabetes are chronically tired? And if you suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, you might think that too much sugar could explain your lack of energy—but you’d be wrong.
If you’re tired and stressed out, you’re not alone. Millions of Americans suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), an unexplained illness that causes intense exhaustion. Although some people attribute it to lack of sleep, stress, or depression, research suggests that sleep deprivation may actually FS symptoms. The good news is that CFS isn’t a death sentence; it can be reversed with proper treatment. Here’s what you need to know about this debilitating illness and how to overcome it.
In conclusion, to make the most of your new health regime, you must keep track of all the food and beverages you consume. You may not always be hungry or thirsty, but when you are, make sure you are eating or drinking healthy foods and beverages. You need to be more aware of what you are consuming, and not simply rely on your doctor’s advice or your mother’s cooking.
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