Fatigue Fog

When you certainly don’t have the energy to jog round the world in 80 days.
Phileas may have managed it, but sufferers of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome will find it hard enough to climb their stairs, let alone travel the world.

While many people think that having low energy is a by-product of not getting enough sleep, it can be more serious and actually the symptom of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Signs of chronic fatigue often include extreme tiredness that can occur following light movement or exercise. Poor decision-making, fogginess/memory loss, and cognitive decline may also be signs.

As for what causes this condition, food allergies and other chronic issues such as adrenal dysfunction or leaky gut syndrome are most common. A poor diet, a dormant infection, or exposure to environmental toxins are other potential causes.