Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)-Same symptom leads to 4 health problems

Continuously waking up tired even if you slept for 8 hours is the first sign of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Almost all day you feel sleepy and you couldn’t wait to finish the day and finally to go back to bed.

Do you have chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)?

4 healthy problems related to chronic fatigue syndrome

If you feel tired without any reason for several weeks you must turn on the alarm. Check the following health conditions related to chronic fatigue syndrome.


If you are feeling languorous or you get tired very quickly, visit your doctor and make blood analysis. Maybe your hemoglobin level is low and probably you are anemic. This condition is connected with the lack of iron in your blood.

This problem can be solved with eating more food rich in iron. For example, meat, fish, eggs, legumes and leafy vegetables are good sources of iron. Another fact is the process of iron absorption in the body. Therefore increasing the iron absorption in the body can be done with vitamins B6, B10-11, B12 and vitamin C. Food rich with vitamin B6 are cereals, avocado, potato, banana, liver filets, meat, and fish. All leafy vegetables, orange, and legumes are good choices of vitamin B10-11. Vitamin B12 can be found only in animal products. Do you know that only one cup of blackcurrant can provide you 466mg vitamin C? Other good sources of vitamin C are fruits and vegetables such as strawberry, orange, kiwi, kale, Brussels sprouts and green peppers.


Bad memory and concentration, thirst, increased appetite and weight loss are typical signs of diabetes type 2. Chronic fatigue is also a typical sign of diabetes type 2. If you recognize some of these symptoms make blood and urine tests. Maybe your blood glucose is high and this condition can reflect on your heart, kidney, eyes and other vital organs.

You can control Diabetes type 2 with proper diet, playing sports and regulation of body weight. You can also take natural blood sugar regulators like aloe vera, bilberry, cinnamon and blueberry leaves.


Chronic fatigue is one typical symptom if your thyroid not works properly. If you suspect that you may suffer from this hormone disorder you must go to the medical center and make thyroid function test. The standard test includes Free Thyroxin, Thyroid hormone binding ratio, Free Thyroxin index, and Serum Triiodothyronine analyses. Also, the test should include scanning of the thyroid gland with ultrasound.

Eating food rich in iodine, Vitamin A and E, magnesium, zinc, and selenium can help you for normalizing of the thyroid hormones. People also provide iodine with eating salt. Good sources of vitamin E are sweet potatoes, almonds, hazelnut, and mango. Beef liver, spinach, carrot and tuna fish are the best sources of food rich in Vitamin A.  All nuts (almond, walnut, hazelnut) are rich in magnesium, zinc, and selenium.

Kidney disease

Lack of energy and fatigue may indicate to kidney disease without any manifesting symptoms. Furthermore, tiredness, loss of appetite, nausea, sleeps disorders and difficulties during performing of daily activities may appear in advanced stage kidney disease. First of all, if you have doubt that this can be the reason for your tiredness, make blood and urine test.

Drink lot of liquids (six to eight glasses): Uvin tea, Cranberry tea, and water. Another good choice for kidney disease is natural alkaline water with pH 8.