CFS is also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS), and Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease (SEID).
CFS—or whichever name for it speaks to you—is neurological fatigue from an ongoing and chronic Stage Four Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection. Any of the over 60 varieties of Epstein-Barr virus, accompanied by toxic heavy metals such as mercury and aluminum, create viral neurotoxins that inflame and drain the central nervous system, creating an exhaustion that’s far more pronounced and limiting than simply being tired. In its more aggressive forms, the neurotoxins cause a mild encephalitis (which is undetectable by MRI or CT scan), which creates even heavier fatigue. This neurotoxin inflammation of the central nervous system can eventually weaken the adrenals, liver, and digestive system, and create the feeling that you have a low battery.
If you’ve heard the term neurological fatigue before, that originated from Medical Medium information. At this point, the term is in wider use and not cited back to its original source. It’s the term I’ve been using for the last three decades to teach health professionals about viral neurotoxins hampering the central nervous system, leading the nervous system to become sensitive and have an allergic reaction to the neurotoxins, causing mild to severe inflammation of the nerves. Neurological fatigue can be part of many EBV-caused conditions. Often, people will have more than one condition or set of symptoms, with this neurological fatigue in the mix.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is on the rise. It’s an illness that affects women in disproportionately large numbers. It’s also starting to take hold of men. It’s becoming common for young women in college to return home mid-semester with the condition, unable to do anything but lie in bed. Sadly, people with CFS often hear that they are liars, lazy, delusional, and/or crazy. But CFS is very real.
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This item posted: 20-Apr-2022
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