October 2007 Archives

Using Flaxseed To Treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The number of people being diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has grown considerably over the years. This is not a result of more cases in the populations but is probably a result of better diagnostic methods and a better understanding of the disease. People who suffer with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have difficulty with many parts of daily living. Some people describe the problem as similar to having concussion or brain injury. A person can be tired, feel foggy, have difficulty moving, or many other symptoms. It is important that any person with unexplained symptoms see a doctor to rule out Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Bettina Walker works as child social worker. She loves every minute of her work as she knows it is very worthwhile endeavor as providing assistance to improve the social and psychological functioning of the children. Although, the work she does assisting single parents, finding foster homes for the abandoned/abused children and arranging adoptions. Nevertheless, it proves to be a tiring task. It left her emotionally drained and physically spent because she was so dedicated to her work that she extended long hours at the office. Her hard work, however, eventually resulted in excessive fatigue.

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