fatigue syndrome (CFS) is characterised
by prolonged fatigue associated with
a wide range of accompanying symptoms.
The clinical manifestation of CFS includes
fatigue, difficulty concentrating, headaches,
sore throat, tender lymph nodes, muscle
aches, joint aches, fever, difficulty
sleeping, psychiatric problems (such
as depression), allergies, abdominal
cramps, weight loss or gain, rash, rapid
pulse, chest pain, and night sweats.
thousands of years, Chinese medicine
practitioners have believed that blockages
in the body's "life energy"
¡ª Qi ¡ª are responsible for illness and
disease. Acupuncture treatments seek
to restore the natural flow of chi and
return the body to harmony.
Chinese medicine a typical diagnosis
for chronic fatigue syndrome would involve
kidney-adrenal exhaustion, spleen-stomach
digestion deficiency, liver stagnation
and blockage, and then a disturbed spirit.
An over taxation of one's vital energy
resources. Treatment with Chinese medicine
would involve trying to resolve those
your body is balanced, good sleep, nutrition
and gentle exercise will also be introduced
according to the patient's ability to
handle and maintain this. Happiness
is also very important to help maintain
the balance and not deplete vital energy.