“I had no energy and I didn’t know why. I felt really scared, vulnerable and unsure about the future. When I found out I had CFS, I panicked. I read up about it and started to feel despondent. Luckily I managed to find a form of therapy that really helped, which originally I wouldn’t have thought about. Hypnotherapy”
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a debilitating condition that has a disastrous effect on the lives of sufferers. It is a complex issue which often traditional medicine struggles to help. Symptoms can include a multitude of ailments but typically extreme tiredness and fatigue are usual symptoms, which are not relieved by rest, but may well be exacerbated by physical or mental activity.
The frightening fact is that almost anyone can become a victim of this condition. Medical science has really struggled to find out how, why and what to do to help someone with CFS, which unfortunately is no help for the individual who is suffering. Hypnosis on the other hand has shown to be an effective treatment that most may well not have considered.
How to treat chronic fatigue
Clinical trials have repeatedly shown that prescribed medicines are ineffective in treating CFS, however one form of treatment has been shown to work very well and that is hypnotherapy. The reasons for this are simple and that is that traditional medicine usually treats the symptoms of the condition rather than the cause, whilst hypnotherapy actually roots out the causes of the problem and helps to rectify these problems.With the help of hypnosis attitudes and behaviour that contribute to CF can be improved.
As with any form of treatment the key is to ensure that your hypnotherapist is knowledgeable about the condition and has experience in treating it.