12 May 2018: Do you feel mentally and physically drained all the time? Do mild exercises or mental activities exhaust you? Do you feel more tired when you wake up than you did when you went to sleep? Then you might be suffering from a condition that affects millions of people around the world: Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS).
CFIDS has baffled doctors for years, who find it difficult to diagnose and treat. They are only now starting to truly understand the condition after many years of ignorance – including denying that the condition is even real.
The 12th of May is World Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome Day, and it aims to bring a greater awareness of the ailment, and what people who might be suffering from it can do to alleviate their symptoms.
CFIDS manifests as a general weariness that can intensify after exercise and even mild mental exertion, and which doesn’t improve even after a good night’s rest. Sufferers have reported joint pain, headaches, tender lymph nodes and stiff muscles, too. Currently, there is no known cure for CFIDS, and the best science has to offer is the suggestion of ‘lifestyle adjustments’ to help combat the worst of it.
This is a good place to start, however, scientific research has also established solid links between what modern societies eat and their citizens’ general mental, physical, and emotional health. Countless studies have found clear relationships between what people put into their bodies, how they feel, and how healthy they are.
Overweight people, for example, are at greater risk of developing serious illnesses as a direct result of the extra weight they carry, from diabetes to heart disease to compromised immune systems that struggle to protect them from common ailments. Depression is common among this group as well.
The diets of modern humans have shifted from ones rich in natural nutrients to processed foods that are stripped of much of their nutritional content by the industrial-scale production methods required to feed billions of people. Therefore, there has been an unsurprisingly sharp rise in CFIDS and other ailments that negatively affect a large portion of the planet’s population.
While there is no consensus on which specific diet is best for the greatest number of people, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that eating a nutritional and balanced diet and doing some mild exercise is, at the very least, a good way to start working towards an overall healthier life and body.
Fortunately, there are many programmes available to people who are interested in changing their lives by changing what they eat, and the Cambridge Weight Plan is one of the most effective.
The Cambridge Weight Plan is a weight management system that aims to help people improve their health through adherence to meticulous but flexible eating programmes that are tailored to the individual’s requirements.
The Plan offers a variety of foods, drinks, and even desserts that are scientifically formulated to provide people with the right nutrients and minerals needed for their bodies to survive and thrive. And the best part is that it also encourages weight loss and helps you fight the cravings that sink the average dieter just days into any new diet.
A key component of the Cambridge Weight Plan is the unique support system it promotes that pairs dieters up with people who’ve already participated in the programme. That way, the dieters receive emotional and mental support that encourages them to keep going when times are tough. And anyone who’s ever tried a diet will testify that this is half the battle won.
Now, while the Cambridge Weight Plan is in no way a cure for serious conditions like CFIDS, it can help to improve participants’ energy levels, encourage weight loss, and help people take control of their health and lives.
If you want to take a step in the right direction and would like more information about the Cambridge Weight Plan, please visit http://www.cambridgeweightplan.com for all the details, participant testimonials, and a look at the products it recommends.
About Cambridge Weight Plan
Cambridge Weight Plan believes in real people, real support, and real results. They have been successfully helping people lose weight and keep it off for more than 30 years.
They offer a range of weight loss programmes, which are flexible enough to fit in with your lifestyle, along with the one-to-one support of your very own Cambridge Weight Plan consultant. Many of the Cambridge Weight Plan consultants have also lost weight on the plan, so they know exactly what you are going through.
Cambridge Weight Plan Centre in Parktown North is now operational, and clients are invited to book an appointment for a free assessment. More centres to follow in Pretoria, Cape Town and Durban. Interested parties can go to http://www.cambridgeweightplan.co.za for more information.
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