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Chronic fatigue syndrome is a disorder characterized by the extreme fatigue that is difficult to be explained by any underlying medical condition. It may worsen with physical and mental activity and doesn't relieve with rest. The cause of chronic fatigue syndrome is not known, but it is being attributed to various factors like viral infections to physical or psychological stress. It alters the quality of life in individuals suffering from it.

 


Ayurvedic Description Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome:

Ayurveda attributes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome to aggravated Vata dosha. The aggravated Vata generates negative effects at the physical and mental level, feeling of intense fatigue, muscle cramps and pains are the signs of aggravated Vata dosha, as also are weakness of nervous system, disturbed sleep patterns, mental fogginess and forgetfulness.


 

Signs & Symptoms

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  • Severe fatigue
  • Lack of interest in daily tasks
  • Confusion
  • Inability to take decisions

Causes and Risk Factors

Age

Chronic fatigue syndrome is more reported in the age group of 40 to 59 years, however it can happen at any age.

Lifestyle

Adopting poor lifestyle, consumption of excessive liquor and smoking, taking too much of stress of the issues that are not under one’s control can lead to CFS.

Sex

More women are diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome than men, 60 to 85% of cases have been reported by women; however, indications suggest that the prevalence among men is underreported.

Stress

Difficulty managing stress may contribute to the development of chronic fatigue syndrome.

Nutritional deficiency

Deficiency of Vit D3, Vit B12, Vit C and Iron deficiencies may also contribute in developing the condition of CFS.

Self Care Tips

  • Add adequate quantity of milk, pure ghee and milk products in meals.
  • Eat fresh fruits like banana and melons, and dry fruits like dates and walnuts, which reduce aggravated
  • Body massage, yoga, pranayama and meditation also help in reigning over aggravated Vata and combat the fatigue.
  • Develop a physical work out plan to avoid or limit over exertion and emotional stress. Allow yourself some time each day to relax and appreciate good things in life.
  • Go to bed and get up at the same time each day. Limit daytime napping and avoid caffeine, alcohol and nicotine.

The Ayurvedic line of CFS treatment envisages the balancing of Vata dosha, the adding of Rasayana herbs that would work on the symptoms,rejuvenate body tissues, relaxes the mind and strengthens the nervous system.

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