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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
is the most common name used to specify a disorder or group of disorders generally defined by persistent fatigue unrelated to exertion, not substantially relieved by rest and accompanied by other specific symptoms for a minimum of six months.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may also be refered to as Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome (PVFS)
and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)

The most common primary characteristic of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is excessive and persistent physical and mental fatigue.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a Limbic System condition brought on by neurological trauma which may involve viral, environmental and/or psychological factors. The way in which the brain/mind/body expresses this trauma is unique to each person.

Within the Dynamic Neural Retraining Systemâ„¢ we understand that the initial trauma can alter the structure and function of the brain.

Trauma can also initiate an inflammatory response in the central nervous system.

The condition of Chronic Fatigue indicates that the brain is stuck in a distorted self-protective mechanism centered on energy conservation.

This cross-wired neuronal circuitry directly affects the physiology of the body and manifests in a range of neurological, immunological and endocrine system abnormalities.

In response to a chronic trauma cycle the body's abilities to rest, digest or regenerate are affected interrupting the normal growth cycle and detoxification process catapulting the brain and body into a cycle of chronic illness.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome CFSSymptoms of CFS include :

  • post-exertional malaise;
  • unrefreshing sleep;
  • widespread muscle and joint pain,
  • cognitive difficulties,
  • brain fog,
  • chronic, often severe, mental and physical exhaustion
    and other characteristic symptoms in a previously healthy
    and active person.


CFS patients may report additional symptoms including muscle weakness, hypersensitivity, orthostatic intolerance, digestive disturbances, poor immune response, and cardiac and respiratory problems, mild fever, sore throat, tender neck with swollen lymph nodes.

CFS is often accompanied by Depression and isolating behaviours.

Once Limbic System function is corrected, the destructive cycle is discontinued and energy levels and cognitive function begin to return to normal.

Muscle and joint pain and weakness subside and the central nervous system inflammatory cycle is interrupted.

The hyper vigilance in the systems of the body relaxes which allows the natural rest and healing processes to resume.

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