Meditation for Chronic Fatigue

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Meditation can help treat sufferers of chronic fatigue syndrome (ME) by relieving stress, enhancing the immune system and managing reserves of energy. With meditation, sufferers can find joy even in times of low personal energy.

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  • The Problem

    The medical world still can’t agree on how to diagnose and categorise this condition. But whatever its underlying cause, it is very real and very challenging for anyone who has it.

    In many cases, onset is linked to a viral infection. Other triggers may include an operation, stressful life events, or an accident, although it can also develop slowly over time.

    The condition affects our functional capabilities more than almost all other disorders.

    Sometimes it appears to be a post-viral condition, sometimes it is intimately linked with stress, and sometimes to an immune disorder. It could also be a derivative of metabolic syndrome.

    The lack of a clear diagnosis or obvious treatments only adds to the psychological burden of it, especially as your support network may be dumbfounded as your doctors. 

    This can leave sufferers struggling to cope for decades, with no hope for their future health and happiness.

  • How it affects you

    Chronic fatigue can affect anybody at any age.

    There are a host of symptoms associated with the condition, including severe and debilitating fatigue, painful muscles and joints, disordered sleep, gastric disturbances, poor memory and concentration. 

    In some the effects may be minimal but in a large number, lives are changed drastically: in the young, schooling and higher education can be severely disrupted; in the working population, employment becomes impossible for many. 

    For all, social life and family life become restricted and in some cases severely strained. 

    People may be housebound or confined to bed for months or years.

    It can also lead to other conditions such as depression, heart disease and - cruelly - insomnia.

  • How can Beeja help?

    The stress relieving properties of Beeja meditation as a treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome/ME  make a big difference, and the energy boost we obtain from every meditation session allows us to be much more functional.

    It enhances the immune system and begins to correct any imbalances we may have. This could be a factor in helping us to overcome the condition. 

    It also brings balance to our hormones levels and raises endorphin production, so we feel less overwhelmed by everyday challenges.

    While we are recovering, it gives us something really positive to focus on and provides an outlet for growth in our lives, which will bring much-needed joy even during periods of low energy.

    Our physical capabilities may be limited, but there is a world of unbounded expression that awaits us.

    As a result, there is far less frustration and anger with ourselves and the world, and we can appreciate its beauty and its subtle layers of intricacy.

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  • Reviews

    Ben, Structural Engineer

    “I have been suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for the past three years and I really wish that everyone that suffers from the same thing could be offered this on the NHS, rather than being abandoned or prescribed antidepressants for the rest of their lives. I hope that this message will inspire any fellow suffers to make contact with Will. If you do I am sure it will help you regain those bits of you that you thought were lost forever” 

    Sadie, Mother

    “I employ many approaches to help with my CFS, but meditation is the one thing that has a measurable positive effect on my wellbeing” 

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