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Chronic Fatigue treatment

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome treatment to get you back to living life!

Get the professional guidance you need to overcome Chronic Fatigue, manage your energy and live a more active life.

Free Initial Chronic Fatigue Consult

Learn to manage your energy levels

Decrease fatigue-associated symptoms

Increase physical and cognitive activity levels

Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue

Common Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms

Prolonged fatigue lasting six months or more

Memory loss or concentration problems

Sleep that isn't refreshing

Chronic insomnia

Muscle or joint pain

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), sometimes called myalgic encephalomyelitis, can take a heavy toll on everyday life. However, with lifestyle modifications and professional guidance, it is possible to manage its effects so you can get back to living life!

How do we help manage Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

We employ lifestyle counselling and graded exercise therapy and provide education around self-management techniques in order to manage the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue. This includes energy management techniques, sleep hygiene, and tailored exercise protocols to gradually increase your activity levels.

Overcome Chronic Fatigue.
How to get started:

Book a session

Simply book online or give us a call to book your session.

Initial consult

We'll get to know and understand where you're at in your health journey, and create a plan tailored to your needs.

Get stronger, move better

Manage your condition, strengthen your body and live an active life.

Risks of untreated Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue can severely impact quality of life, leading to:

  • Decreased participation in daily activities
  • Social isolation due to fatigue
  • Increased work-related absences
  • Development of other chronic health conditions

What to expect at your appointment

  • Detailed initial consultation to discuss your health history and unique experiences with fatigue
  • We will discuss various lifestyle modifications to help manage chronic fatigue
  • You will receive a tailored, sustainable exercise program designed specifically for you
  • Progress will be monitored and will be adjusted according to your improvement

Chronic Fatigue treatment FAQs

What are treatment options for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)?

Lifestyle therapies, medications for symptom management, and cognitive-behavioural therapy are common treatment methods. Treatment often involves a multidisciplinary team of allied health professionals, such as psychologists, to help manage your mental health and exercise physiologists, to manage physical symptoms and work on a graded exercise plan and activity pacing.

Yes, with a carefully paced and individualised exercise program, you can gradually increase your activity levels and manage fatigue. However, it’s crucial to approach exercise cautiously and in consultation with healthcare professionals, as excessive or inappropriate activity can exacerbate symptoms.

Perhaps one of the most effective strategies is learning how to space energy draining activities throughout your day and week. Good sleep hygiene, diet, stress management, and engaging in regular, gentle physical activity can also form important parts of any management plan. Regular check-ins with a healthcare provider are also necessary.

No, CFS is not simply feeling tired. It involves profound fatigue that is not relieved by rest, often accompanied by a range of other symptoms affecting physical and cognitive function.

The exact cause of CFS is not well understood. It may result from a combination of factors, including viral infections, immune system dysfunction, and psychological stressors. Research is ongoing to better understand its origins.

Currently, there is no specific cure for CFS. Treatment focuses on managing symptoms and improving quality of life.

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