“If robbery is taking without permission, CFS could be the greatest thief of all.”
In our modern day society fatigue is usually seen as something to be ashamed of and is likely to go unreported for fear of being written off as “lazy” not only by medical practitioners, but family and friends who strive to “have it all.” To this day if you were to Google search “yuppie flu” results would show samples of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It was called ‘yuppie flu’ in the 1980s because sufferers tend to be aged between 20 and 40 and the illness was most frequently seen among professional people. Most recently CFS/ME has also been referred to as systemic exertion intolerance disease (SEID) but not surprisingly it hasn’t stuck as much as chronic fatigue syndrome. Illnesses without understanding can certainly lead to further malign and misdiagnosis.
“I have had ME/CFS for 22 years and have been treated terribly by so many people. Doctors have said that I am crazy and have turned their backs on me when I needed compassion and help. One doctor told me to get out of his office before he called the police because I needed my medication to help with the symptoms of this cruel disease. I went to psychologists and did what they told me to do and I got severely ill from the so called treatment. The names I have been called because people had no idea what I was going through even though I told them how sick I am. When I mentioned Chronic Fatigue Syndrome the conversation changed completely. I have read everything that I could get my hands on to try to educate my family and doctors. I have been telling doctors how to treat me for decades. It would mean the world to me if I could get some compassion and understanding of how horrible this disease is for me and so many people.
I have finally been reading some accurate information about ME/CFS and I can’t help but cry because it’s been such a long and hard life just living with this disease. Please continue to search for the help we patients so desperately need. I don’t know anyone that has this disease that wouldn’t love to work, travel and live an active life.” Gloria Jacobs to the CDC, May 14, 2017
The Dynamic Neural Retraining System not only accepts – but whole heartedly understands chronic fatigue sufferer’s plight and the conditions relation to limbic system impairment. This understanding brings an effective treatment system which doesn’t just improve the symptoms of CFS – but revolutionizes the way it is understood and arms the patient with the power to find relief and control over their condition.
Judy McCarver MD, suffered from CFS and MCS and found her health and wellness back in 2012 at a live seminar with the DNRS – See her story here.
“Certainly much has been stolen – the energy to go to work, to play with your children; the ability to enjoy reading a book; the luxury of a refreshing sleep. And, like true, great crimes, the victim sometimes does not even realize that a robbery has been committed. Because the victim feels guilty about experiencing fatigue, the robbery goes unreported. Is it any wonder that this is a controversial illness?”
So while there are and have been many inaccurate, misnomers and downright derogatory names for it, Dr. Bell so eloquently refers to this debilitating condition it in terms of robbery. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can feel like the ultimate betrayal of one’s own body, health and vitality. The Dynamic Neural Retraining System hands the authority back to you and empowers you on every level, systemically and emotionally, to find your way back to the liveliness, strength and vigour you so deserve! Take back the control in a supportive and realization driven environment with all the tools and support you need succeed and reclaim your health!
“You are not alone, your suffering has not been in vain, and you can live the life that you dreamed of, even if you stopped dreaming a long time ago.” – Annie Hopper – Wired for Healing