Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: There is Hope

TERRY WILLARD


1994 CONFERENCE PAPER


Abstract:

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a major health concern costing our society millions of people-hours and billions of dollars annually. CFS affects some of the most productive people in our society, The average person takes 2 – 5 years to recover. Approximately 50% can not work for much of that interval. The rest suffer a severely lowered level of productivity, with many absentee days. Approximately 30% have extended periods where they are unable to carry on ordinary domestic duties. In this article we will discuss the target population, the six phases of the syndrome, a hypothesis of its cause(s), stress factors associated with CFS, along with a treatment protocol.

I feel that by adopting a herbal, nutrient and counselling approach for the CFS sufferer, the recovery period can be reduced to one-fifth the average with increased energy and thus more productivity.


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