Coping With Chronic Fatigue Plr Autoresponder Email Series

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Message # 1

Subject line: Your First Coping With Chronic Fatigue Issue

Hello “autoresponder code here”,

Welcome to the first issue of Coping With Chronic Fatigue.

In each issue of Coping With Chronic Fatigue you will learn
valuable information on how you can successfully understand,
cope with and get treatment for this debilitating illness.

In this first issue we are going to go over some of the signs,
symptoms and statistics associated with chronic fatigue syndrome
so you can have a good understanding of it’s effects.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, which has no specifically identifiable
trigger, is the common name for an ailment or group of maladies
with changeable, incapacitating symptoms, which the person
experiences for no less than 6 months. Many theories conclude
this ailment is cause by a virus. So far, we still do not grasp the full
effects of the ailment, in spite of the fact that it is widespread.

CFS typically starts with what can be described as an unexpected
episode, including indications that are fairly comparable to
symptoms associated with influenza. It is theorized that CFS starts
with contamination by a virus or similar pathogens that cause
additional problems. For a few of those suffering from CFS,
inception occurs following high degrees of stress over a period of

Consequently, theory has it that CFS is brought on by either
extreme degrees of stress or viral contamination. Research is
being conducted to identify the validity of these particular
contributory paradigms.

Even without specifically identifiable triggers for CFS,
recognizable circumstances exist that can be linked to the
occurrence of the ailment. An example would be the bacterium
Chlamydia pneumoniae which is the root of pneumonia and
similar ailments.

Epstein-Barr is a virus which develops into mononucleosis, also
referred to as ‘the kissing disease’, an common respiratory illness
with warning signs similar to influenza.

– Extreme instances of diarrhea and bronchitis.

– High levels of either or both mental and physical stress.

Here are the two standards by which one can determine whether
or not a person has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

1. Inexplicable recurring exhaustion occurs for a period of time
greater than 6 months and those other ailments and maladies
whose symptoms include continuing feelings of exhaustion have
been researched and discounted as the cause by your physician.
Since the cause is not extreme physical exertion, this exhaustion
is not capable of being cured by just getting enough sleep.

2. Four of the following signs must be present:

– Diminished cognitive abilities or deterioration of short-term

– Exhaustion not cured by sleep.

– Muscle pains or myalgia.

– Intense headaches

– Lingering illness and fatigue

– Chronic and regular sore throat.

– Aching joints.

– Lacking swelling or redness.

– Unusual lymph nodes which are noticeably tender.

You can deal with CFS in a variety of different ways, however,
there is not a collective therapy advocated for each and every
sufferer of CFS. Some sufferers merely need adjustments in diet
and lifestyle, some will need physiotherapy, medications or pain
killers, along with alternative and complementary medicine to
alleviate their symptoms.

The common methods used are therapy systems and cognitive
behavioral therapy, (CBT) as well as graded exercise therapy.

Sufferers who receive no means of relief or cure but recover from
the condition nonetheless are recorded at an average 5% of those
struggling with CFS. However, sufferers who participate in
therapeutic solutions have a statistically average rate of recovery
at around 40%.

Because there are no tangible and specific factors for
recognizing that someone has CFS, it is difficult to register the
precise amount of sufferers who are dealing with this disorder. It’s
approximated that there are anywhere from 75-420 people per
100,000 who suffer from this ailment. Women have a higher rate
of contracting this ailment by 20%, but the popular theory is that
this figure is inaccurate because it is suspected there are more
cases of CFS among men that go unreported.

Anyone at any age can develop the disease, but more frequently
sufferers are between the ages of 40 to 59 years old. There are
sufferers from all genders cultures, and walks of life. But there is
some evidence that it could be hereditary.

Make sure you look for your next issue soon. We will be talking
about some more of the symptoms associated with chronic
fatigue syndrome.

Thank you again for joining,

“your name here”

“your email address”

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