Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic EncephalomyelitisChronic Fatigue Syndrome is a debilitating condition that withdraws all energy from the body-mind.


As a GNM practitioner, there is a lot of misinformation disseminated about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CSF)

The Epstein-Barr virus is the oft named culprit. This I know from personal experience, yet the viruses very existence is now being called into question.

So if the Epstein-Barr virus is not at play, then what is?

Ongoing fatique could be the healing phase or hanging healing of leukemic program or of any ongoing conflict(s), so must take that into consideration.

It can also be an adrenal cortex conflict as the adrenals sit atop the kidneys and are comprised of the adrenal cortex (cortisol production) and the adrenal medulla.

With the adrenal cortex, the biological conflict is one of being taken off one’s path, going in the wrong direction.

Mother Nature’s natural response is to cease supplying the body-mind with any more energy, leaving a person with the condition diagnosed as CFS.

During the conflict active phase, there will be a reduction in cortisol production and hence fatigue.

The biological meaning, found in the conflict active phase is to decrease cortisol. This is nature’s way of stopping us going any further in a direction that we consciously don’t want to go.

Once the conflict of being taken off one’s path, going in the wrong direction has resolved – adrenal cysts may build with an overproduction of cortisol. The overabundance of cortisol is used to help get us back on right path.

When additional symptoms present beyond fatigue and malaise, such as brain fog, muscle and joint pain, headaches and sore throat – we need to look individually and separately at the biological conflicts responsible.

Cushings disease and Hirsutism may present.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.

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