Metro Detroit woman shares her battle with chronic fatigue syndrome
DETROIT – A Metro Detroit woman said she knew something was wrong, but for years, nobody knew how to fix what was going on. She shared her battle with chronic fatigue syndrome, saying the effects can be crushing. “There are no clear answers.”Young identified Lusnak’s challenge as chronic fatigue syndrome. There’s no clear cause or cure for chronic fatigue syndrome. He came upon something that offers significant help to those suffering with chronic fatigue.
Pandemic fatigue: What it is and how to cope
According to Bea, one of the best ways to fight pandemic fatigue is to find new ways to stay on track. “Finding a new mask, something that excites you, a new social distancing activity; finding something novel and new is a way we excite our brains and it’s a way we can overcome fatigue,” Bea said. For children experiencing fatigue, it is important to ensure they are staying active and getting as much exercise as possible. While pandemic fatigue is widespread, many people are also experiencing anxiety, depression and other mental health problems. Michigan-Wayne County Crisis and Referral Line: 800-241-4949 24/7 free, confidential crisis counseling, suicide prevention, and information and referral servicesRelated Stories