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Part 1: Chronic Fatigue: Causes And Effects – (354 Words)
Part 2: Chronic Fatigue: How To Cope – (244 Words)
Part 3: Chronic Fatigue: Ways To Treat It – (288 Words)
Part 4: Chronic Fatigue And Exercise – (299 Words)
Part 5: Chronic Fatigue: Coping With Work – (374 Words)
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Those who have Chronic Fatigue syndrome could face a tough time when they try to work. As the condition progresses, more and more work time can be lost. This can lead to feelings of guilt on the part of the patient and feelings of anger and frustration on the part of the employer. There are some things you can do to help your working relationship and help reduce the feelings of guilt and anxiety you may feel when you have missed a lot of work.
When you are diagnosed, one of the first things you should do is speak to your immediate supervisor. Inform them of what you have and what could start to happen. Explain that now things are fine but there could come a time when you are not able to function at your current level. By being open and honest, a lot of feelings of anger and frustration can be neutralized.
The next thing you should do is to prepare yourself. There may come a time when your current job proves too stressing for you and your condition. You may want to consider a lesser job or working part time. No one likes to give into a disease but working at your current level can stress you out further and make your worse.
You may also have to come to terms with the fact that one day; you will have to give up work entirely. Make sure you are prepared for this day by knowing your company’s sickness and disability policy. Find out what you are entitled to and if there is any advantage to working part time. You don’t want to find out too late that you’re suddenly getting half of what you expected.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can be a debilitating condition. It can disrupt a person’s life making it difficult to function socially, physically and mentally. It can cause great stress in the family as well as in the workplace. Unfortunately, there is no cure for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. There are only treatments, which can help symptoms. However, through good doctor or health care advice as well as exercise and treatment programs, much improvement and even recovery is possible.Other Details
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