I’ve had feedback from several people about how they feel great when they first start taking ME-Relief and then after about a week or 2 they crash (their description) and want to know is this normal, why has this happened and what to do about it.
Is it normal?
Well it is not the norm but as this has happened to several people it is normal for some people.
Why does this happen?
That is more difficult to answer, it seems to me the most likely cause is that after several months or even years of little or no physical activity followed by a few days of activity, because you are now feeling better, just takes time for your body to adjust. Remember after only a week or 2 you still have ME, ME-Relief is a treatment not a cure, its function is to help you recover and to provide extra energy, put you back in the normal energy range while you recover, there will be times when you will over do things or when you are affected by something else a cold, flu or stress, when some of your ME symptoms will return, but with ME-Relief those times will be less often and last less time than before.
What can you do about when you don’t feel so good?
Keep taking the powder perhaps increase a little, instead of 3 times daily 4 or even 5 times, listen to your body and over time, it will let you know when you need to take more or less ME-Relief and when you can push yourself and when you can’t . GET (Graded Exercise Therapy) usually I would not recommend this for somebody with ME, most studies have shown this can be harmful, but with the help of ME-Relief as you start to feel stronger and more confident in your abilities, increasing your level of exercise gradually will help you to feel better both physically and psychologically, and will make you more resilient and more able physical as you recover.