Miracle vitamin for fatigue

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Faith224
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   Posted 5/20/2018 1:12 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi everyone,

I was never diagnosed wih cfs per se, but I have dealt with dibilitaring fatigue due to depression and hormonal imbalance. I recently purchased a vitamin which has helped me so much, but I was skeptical when the label said clinically proven to help with stress and fatigue. In any case, it’s called naturewise multivitamin with stress support, and there is a men’s and women’s formula. Just wanted to share because I understand the pain of living with fatigue.

Chutz
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   Posted 7/31/2018 11:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Faith~

If you are any bit skeptical, and I would be too on this one, ask them for details on their clinical proof. Names, dates and data to back up their claim. If/when you get the names of the clinics then research those too. This can be the most telling part.

Also, compare the ingredient label to a regular multivitamin that doesn't have the 'stress support' on the label. See what they've added that is supposed to help with stress and research that particular ingredient. Compare the men's and women's formulas to see how they are different.

Fatigue, for me, is one of the most frustrating things I deal with. I have plenty of things that cause pain and I can deal with that most of the time, but the fatigue drives me crazy. At times I can just sit for hours, most of the time reading, but I never used to be like that. I've always been someone who's on the go whenever I'm awake but with CFS I just have a terrible time getting on the move.

Warmly,
Chutz
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