Once thought to be just general fatigue that occurs from a lack of sleep, from overworking, or from prolonged bouts of stress, chronic fatigue syndrome, or CFS, is now believed to be the result of an autoimmune disorder that creates debilitating fatigue with associated symptoms that may last as long as six months. Fatigue that's so incapacitating it prevents people from working, maintaining an active quality of life, or finding enough energy just to get themselves out of bed. In the United States alone, as many as 800,000 people, mostly women between the ages of 25-45 may be affected by CFS.
In the August "Your Health Teleclass" Carol explores how conventional medicine, alternative medicine, and intuitive medicine views CFS. Carol shares the hidden psychological meanings behind it and offers suggestions on how to improve immune system functioning, help the mitochondria produce more energy substances, and restore vitality back to the mind and the body.
Available in two downloadable formats: