ME Explained – CFS Treatments

Everyone has heard of ME/CFS – Multiple Sclerosis – but many still don’t understand what it is or what causes it. ME is an auto-immune disease that affects the central nervous system and results in a wide variety of symptoms such as extreme fatigue, fever, aches and pains, blurred vision, emotional disturbances, and pain. While the symptoms are widely varied, ME/CFS often manifests with a set of highly similar signs and symptoms. What makes the condition so difficult to pin down is that it is actually quite common. Of course everyone can have ME/CFS; the diagnosis is made on the basis of medical histories and symptoms reported by patients.

The first step in the treatment of this illness is to rule out other diseases that may have similar signs and symptoms. In many cases patients will experience sudden fever, lethargy, headaches, muscle and joint pain, loss of appetite, depression, and mental confusion. While these signs can be alarming, they are often caused by viral illnesses or stress. Therefore doctors will usually look for other potential illnesses that might have caused the onset of the ME/CFS symptoms. For example, a viral illness such as a viral infection (such as a cold or the flu), a reaction to medication, or the side effects of a prescription drug can all be causes of fatigue.

Once a cause for the symptoms is found, a treatment plan can be devised to attack the problem. The first phase of treatment is usually rest periods and light exercise. These are meant to promote shortness of breath and to alleviate the physical symptoms. While this can sometimes help, in a large number of patients it makes the symptoms worse. Also, there is usually only a small amount of relief from severe fatigue.

When someone has ME/CFS they may also experience a set of symptoms which are not related to their ME /CFS; hence the ‘following symptoms’. These include general malaise, which is a general feeling of tiredness and exhaustion following exercise. This can occur in any part of the body, but it is more common in the legs. The second main symptom is excessive tiredness, which is often experienced in the mornings following exercise when the muscles need to repair themselves for the next day.

The third main symptom is pain, which can be acute or chronic, diffuse, or mixed. A patient can have acute pain that can be treated with prescription pain medication, or they can have a chronic pain which is not easily treated with medication. In a small proportion of patients, ME /CFS also includes intolerance to light and sound, known as orthostatic intolerance. This symptom can have a detrimental effect on the quality of life and can progress to complete paralysis if left untreated.

As you can see, ME /CFS is not a simple condition. It is complex and can have many different symptoms which can be linked back to different underlying conditions. However, by using ME /CFS treatments, these illnesses can be made more manageable, improving the quality of life for those with ME, reducing the impact on their family, and helping people to understand why they are unable to return to full activity.

How to Experience Romantic Love

The definition of love is one of the longest debates in all of human philosophy. On the surface it seems like the definition is one which is universally accepted. Love encompasses a broad range of positive and negative emotional and psychological states, from the strongest personal virtue or ideal, to the most sublime human experience, the most satisfying recreation, or the most rewarding moment. It is also one of the most confusing concepts in modern life. On one side there is the broad idea that love is a purely social concept. According to this line of thought, love is not something which comes from within, but rather something which is generated by interaction between humans within a society or culture.

According to this school of thought, love is nothing more than a powerful emotion generated by the comparison of two things: one person’s love for another person and the other person’s affection for another person. In this way, this theory suggests that love between human beings is nothing more than an emotion which arises from basic human emotions such as desire, need, and so on. However, contrary to this view, love is something which is not only generated by comparison, but which can also arise from basic physiological needs.

In fact, this physiological aspect of love may have some relevance to the study of love and its effects on the different aspects of our well-being. People who show signs of feeling affection for another person may be displaying a very high level of well-being. It is well-known that feeling warmth and affection for another person can be a major component towards a person’s long term well-being. Furthermore, people who feel affection for others tend to display healthy levels of self-esteem, and also tend to have higher than average levels of commitment to their relationships as well as to their careers. Finally, people who have close relationships with friends tend to have high levels of well-being, and are far less likely to experience any type of relationship crisis.

In addition to these biological and physiological responses to affection, there is also a cognitive aspect which plays an important role in well-being. In fact, there is a tendency among those who have close relationships with their friends to assume that their partner has developed some type of emotional bond with them. This may be due to the nature of the friendships themselves: as they are usually characterized by a high degree of emotional closeness. When they begin to compare their own relationship to that of their friends, they will often see that their relationships with their friends develop into deeper, more enduring forms of emotional intimacy.

Love may be viewed as a powerful emotion, but the power of love does not come from how love feels for us. Instead, love involves the ability to make decisions based on what is best for others, and to treat others in a respectful manner. Love also includes having realistic expectations about the relationship itself, and actively working to meet the needs of the other person in any relationship. The most important thing to remember is that love includes the ability to put ourselves in the others’ shoes, in terms of understanding what it is that they need from us, and how we can best meet those needs.

We might think that the level of love in a relationship is independent and constant, but this is not true. Love can change, and can shift as relationship changes and shapes from one stage to another. However, there is one core component of romantic love that remains constant: the ability of two people to share one another’s romantic thoughts and feelings.

Understanding Freud’s Theory of Need

A need is something which is needed for an organism to survive. Needs are often distinguished from desires. In the case of desires, a lack of the thing needed causes an obvious undesirable result: a loss or malfunction. On the other hand, needs have a more intricate definition. Desire is an attitude toward some object, and need is a dependence upon it.

Freud first noted the distinction between a desire and a need in his Theory of the Oedipal Complex. Basically, a desire relates to an internal, powerful desire, whereas a need relates to a dependence upon external factors. An example of the former is a sexual appetite, while an example of the latter would be a dependence on food or shelter. The key insight Freud offers is that there are two fundamental kinds of human needs. These are “repressed and actual” human needs.

Freud suggests that we should be concerned with two kinds of “needs”, namely “actual” or “sub-personal” needs and “healthy” or “non-sub-personal” needs. Our healthy needs can be satisfied through the right kind of relationship with our partner, children, parents, relatives, and other people. The needs for safety and security are often satisfied by the kind of association that comes to the aid of the individual in danger or in need of rescuing. This could take the form of family support or community care. A need for belongingness, however, cannot be satisfied through mere family association, because in order to belong, one must know one’s place and have adequate feelings of connection with the group or community in question.

The need for belongingness may be satisfied through the attainment of certain objectives, for instance, the achievement of higher education, advanced studies, a position in the arts, etc. Here, the self can play an important role by making known his or her desires and expectations. In order to satisfy the need for belongingness, therefore, one must make available to the others his or her real qualities – i.e., qualities that the others will recognize as valuable in him or her. If this is not done, it may be possible that the others will reject the individual or become alienated. In order to satisfy the need for belongingness, the person in danger must be made aware of his or her real value and the worth of the others.

The other, more abstract, need that Freud suggests is the need for order. In order to meet the basic needs of human development, Freud says, man must be able to identify and reproduce in his life patterns the basic elements that constitute that order. For example, a child needs food, clothes, shelter, and so on. A worker needs money and working equipment.

In order to understand Freud’s theory of need, it is necessary to compare it with the traditional concept of need. Traditional models of need, according to Gough (1947), are based on the human need for food, clothing, water and shelter. The need for money may appear especially pressing to an adult human, as money facilitates smooth living. However, for children, a need for clothing may not appear especially urgent – it is usually the need for clothing that induces their need for food. Freud suggests that the traditional models of need are inadequate because they fail to take into account the need for personal significance – the need to belong. To meet their basic needs, humans need to feel that they are significant.

Address People by Their Names – Using “You” Instead of “He” or “She”

In Modern English, you’s the third-person pronouns. It’s usually grammatically singular, and has historically only been used for the third person in the affirmative and negative cases, but in many modern dialects, is now used for both third person and all other cases. The exceptions are official titles like Mr. and Ms., which always use you as the third person. Of course, you can use it with a preposition to act as a “in” object.

“You’re” is also a shortened form of you. Like you, it’s grammatically singular, and is used as a verb (you’re talking). However, unlike you, it isn’t always necessary to have the object follow the verb. So “You’re talking” are both valid ways of saying “I’m”.

“You’re” is also commonly used in address. However, in informal speech, it’s usually used with “I” as the subject. So “You’re talking” and “My friend is talking” are both valid ways of addressing the person talking. However, it’s still informal. You wouldn’t say “Your friend is calling you” or “Your friend is arguing with you”. And “you’re” is never used to introduce a person to someone else.

“You” is also commonly used in subject when describing an action. For example, you can describe a car’s movement in the road by using you instead of “It”. “It” describes the thing being moved. “You” describes the person moving it.

“You” is also the reflexive pronoun. That is, it tells us when something occurs as a result of someone doing something, such as when they are walking, eating, crying etc. The “you” here is more like a command rather than a description. So “You’re walking” or “Your friend is walking” are just two examples of this type of Reflexive Pronunciation.

So “You” is clearly the preferred spelling when addressing someone. And there are still lots of exceptions, just like there are lots of spelling rules. Just keep in mind that it’s still always respectful to spell “you” correctly.

However, if you need to address more than one person at a time, then it might make sense to use “he” or “she.” It can even be handy for formal speech. For example: If you’re introducing somebody to your family, you might say “John and Mary are here.” Or if you want to address a colleague you’re meeting for the first time, you might say “Bill and Trina are here.” Then you can use “they” for the next person. And so on.

Remember that “you” is used to refer to a person and “he” is used to refer to a thing. So, for example: “You are going to have a very good workout today.” “Trina has just finished her workout.” “John and Jane are here to help you with your exercises.” And so on.

Of course, when you’re talking about babies, “you” is still the appropriate spelling. “Your” is used to refer to the parent, and “he” is used to describe either the baby or the parent. However, it’s a little harder to do in informal speech. So if you have to address more than one person at a time, you might want to switch back to using “you” and “he” to avoid confusion. And that’s all there is to it!

Criteria For a confirmed ME


Criteria For a confirmed ME

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is an extremely debilitating long term illness that affects multiple body systems. Those with ME/CD may be unable to engage in their usual daily activities. In some cases, ME/CD may even confined them to a bed for long periods of time. In severe cases, it can even be impossible for them to perform daily tasks such as getting dressed, using the restroom, and even getting enough sleep at night. In the past, ME/CD was thought to be the result of psychological or emotional issues, but researchers now believe ME/Cfs to be a symptom of an underlying condition.

One of the first symptoms of ME/Cfs is extreme tiredness. Studies have shown that one in three people with ME/CD suffer from chronic exhaustion. In some cases, the person with ME/CD may actually fall asleep in bed, but will return to consciousness within minutes, often tired and irritable. As a result, they will need to remain in bedbound. In addition, they may be unable to perform the activities of daily living, including: bathing, climbing stairs, going to work, participating in simple activities such as driving a car, and socializing with other people.

Unlike the typical symptoms of an acute infection, ME/CD has no evidence of bacterial, fungal or viral infection. Therefore, there is no need to perform any tests for any infections. Because most cases of ME/CD can be attributed to some form of infection, the absence of these tests can only attribute to a lack of an appropriate immune system response. It is also important to note that the majority of cases of ME/CD can be attributed to a cause that is lifestyle related. For instance, stress, a negative energy, and poor diet can all be possible causes of ME.

Some ME sufferers report shortness of breath, poor concentration, palpitations, insomnia, irritability, depression, anxiety, and fatigue. These symptoms can range from mildly annoying to debilitating. In many cases, the ME/CD disorder is discovered during a physical examination. It is important, however, that the medical practitioner doing the exam must be skilled in recognizing ME symptoms because many people with ME have such similar symptoms to those of the flu or other illnesses. The physician must also be sensitive to the fact that the patient is likely experiencing a myriad of physical symptoms unrelated to ME.

Due to the wide variety of potential causes and symptoms of ME, the ME Society has developed a series of detailed diagnostic criteria, which are used to determine the clinical and functional status of ME patients. These diagnostic criteria were developed based on years of research and clinical experience by the ME Association. Although the diagnostic guidelines may vary from one professional association to another, the ME Association does recommend that the following be included in the diagnostic criterion: fatigue, malaise, decreased concentration, decreased mobility, decreased awareness of surroundings, decreased alertness, decreased sense of humor, decreased speech level, muscle twitching, pain, and a loss of sense of time and where the patient is. If any of these symptoms are present in a relative proportion of the patient’s sample, it is considered a positive sign that ME may be present.

Because this disease has no absolute definition, the medical community has developed its own sets of ME diagnostic criteria, which are used to classify patients according to their severity of the disease and according to their likelihood of having a full-blown ME. Because the symptoms of ME can mimic those of several other diseases as well, the ME Association has also developed a set of additional criteria, which are used in conjunction with the above mentioned criteria to make a more accurate diagnosis of ME. Because the ME patients of today have so many different concerns about their health and their lives, the ME Society has urged that all doctors involved in a ME case should be fully trained and should be familiar with the various ME diagnostic criteria that have been developed by the ME Association. Failure to do so could lead to the inaccurate diagnosis of some patients and unnecessary ME treatments for others.

Love – Is it Really the Same As Intimacy?

Love encompasses a broad spectrum of positive and deep emotional states, from the sublime virtue or highest personal level of good health, the purest sexual desire, to the easiest imaginable pleasure. It is the state of total and unselfish love that makes us complete and gives us our uniqueness and allows us to experience a life beyond ourselves. There are many ways to express love, but what matters most in the end is how we feel about other people, and how deeply we connect to them on a personal level. If we don’t love others, it becomes impossible to love ourselves.


True love includes feelings such as compassion, care, respect, patience, kindness, enthusiasm, joy, happiness, tenderness, devotion, appreciation, and delight. These combine in such a way as to create a feeling of well-being, a feeling of total and open connection with that person. True love will fill our hearts with joy as well as our bodies with energy. A person who lacks true love has a dark, depressed and unhappy view of himself. He often feels alone, without any true friends or family to turn to for support.

True love encompasses a variety of strong feelings – compassion for another person, deep appreciation of beauty, a desire to be a good example, generosity, enjoyment, creativity, strength and courage. And these strong feelings do not just spring into our laps; they must be earned. Love does not just “fall into” us; it requires some effort on our part. It is not always easy to love someone because we may have been conditioned by society to only think of love in terms of romance and marriage. When we meet someone, we experience immediate love and romantic interest.

However, this kind of love is not the same as sexual or romantic affection. Although both of them can mean a lot to us, there are clear distinctions between them. Sexual affection is often associated with lust or the excitement of having sex. True love, on the other hand, is much deeper and involves sharing physical feelings with another person but it is also often accompanied by other kinds of affection such as sharing of our homes, friendship, or sharing of our minds and bodies.

Our brains are really very complex machines. The connections that we make with others and with our physical selves are extremely complex. Our brain does not just automatically start working in a way that causes us to like someone. We have to put in a lot of effort to establish a loving relationship. Some people have the uncanny ability to fall in love easily while other people need a great amount of time to develop this loving bond.

People who have a loving and affectionate relationship tend to be more open to one another’s feelings and they are also less likely to be hurt by their partner’s passionate feelings. In contrast, individuals who are in serious relationships sometimes don’t have this quality. Individuals who fall in lust have a tendency to shut down when their feelings are expressed, so it can be difficult for them to truly feel one another’s love.

An Introduction to the Theory of Personality and Motivation

A need is a term which is needed for an organisms to survive a particular life span. Needs are generally distinguished from desires. In the case of a desire, a lack of it results in a fairly obvious adverse effect: either a complete dysfunction or even death. However, for a need it can be harder to identify the need, because its definition is much more vague.


Self-esteem or personal worth is one of the more abstract dimensions upon which human beings appraise their capabilities and worth. It therefore follows that the scope and intensity of a need could vary significantly from person to person. More precisely, as compared with the case of desires, the need involves an interaction of two elements. These are the need to do the action and the need to have the opportunity to do it.

In order to understand this need concept we need to take some further steps. First of all, we need to remind ourselves that in human beings, there is a distinction between the levels of motivation, or self-esteem, on the one hand, and the actualization of some kind of functional objective, such as survival, on the other. The very idea of working for the advancement of some kind of common good, like the betterment of human beings as a whole, presupposes the existence of some level of subjective motivation, which is referred to as self-actualization. This self-actualization has a certain relationship to the actualization of some kind of objective, like the achievement of some goal or objective of a certain nature.

In fact, the theory of needs is closely related to the organizational theory of psychology. Here, there is a hierarchy of psychological needs, just as there is in any other hierarchy. There are, for example, the physical needs, the energy demands, the attention requirements, the social relationships demands, the intellectual abilities, the learning and the memory demands, as well as the leisure time demands. The higher the level at which these different components fit, the closer the relationship is to the concept of self-actualization. In other words, there may be some activities that appear to be completely extraneous to the functioning of the person, but actually they contribute to the fulfillment of some higher or extraneous need that the person may feel his loss without being able to account for it.

The organizational theory of psychology can also be seen as a hierarchy of needs, with human motivation at the top, and the various other needs lower down in the scale. For example, the most obvious need that people feel is for a good job security, although this may not always be consciously expressed. But when security is threatened, people will feel the loss of some things they consider to be important, including their sense of worth, their confidence, their personal relationships, etc. Another aspect of human motivation is the need for a good reputation, which may also not always be consciously expressed but that always plays an important role in determining the level of achievement. This need for a good reputation also creates and tends to intensify certain forms of ritual in which people reaffirm their membership in a group or in some other entity that justifies the way they behave.

All the theories presented so far, including the two-factor theory of motivation, agree on the fact that the concept of self-worth, the need for security, the need for approval, and the need for a good reputation are closely connected with each other. The need for social approval has an especially significant role in today’s society, when many individuals find it difficult to obtain a job in a modern corporate setting. The need for security is also important, since one’s financial future depends on it. And the need for a good reputation can be understood to play a very important role, since many people consider themselves to be a good judge of character. All these theories can be examined to further understand the concepts behind the concepts of personality and motivation.

How To Teach English – Learning The Tense Of The Verb

In Modern English, you has the second person singular pronoun, you is. It has always been used only for the third person, grammatically speaking, but in many modern languages is now used for all instances and numbers, regardless of who is performing the saying. You as a matter of fact, does not have a independent existence in this language; it is nothing more than a mere label or title, you are. This is not to say that you are not an individual, you are a person, however, as a label you have no real value outside of your gender, your age, and your social status.


One of the major difficulties that writers and speakers encounter when they try to learn and use pronouns is that they cannot decide whether they should use the first person singular or the second person singular. As a result, they choose the wrong one, resulting in a stilted, awkward, and oftentimes incorrect writing or speaking performance. The first person is clearly indicated by the articles, you and me, you being the subject and I the object. The second person is indicated by pronouns such as he/she, you being the subject and he/she being the object.

The singular “you” is also very difficult to learn and use correctly. In fact, this difficulty is especially pronounced if you are female, as your grammar rules require that you use definite and indefinite pronouns, even if the sentence is ambiguous. For example, “You were at the store today.” in the second person singular has to be treated as “You were in the store today (the singular verb)”. However, there are some exceptions to these rules, particularly in the case of the subject “you” and the object “he/she”.

The second person is divided into two types, the first is reflexive and the other is simply the impersonal “I”. The former is used to refer to yourself and the other to another individual, an idea, a concept, or a person. The second person is used to refer to something you yourself own, to someone else, or to something you don’t own but are attached to indirectly (such as a possession you have for yourself). The examples of the first and the reflexive form are “I am the owner of the dog”, “I am my dog’s owner”, “The dog belongs to me” and “my dog is my dog”.

The third person is usually described by a pronoun such as “we”, “us”, “our”, “it”, “itself”, ” ourselves”, “ourselves” and “our”. The pronouns in the plural form of the second person, however, are sometimes preferred, especially when referring to a number of people. In the example above, the singular “you” could be used in place of “we” or “us”. It may also be acceptable to use “ours”, “our” or “us”.

The most important part of learning how to teach English is to learn how to describe the various tenses of the verb. By mastering these three processes, you will be well on your way to mastering the language. You will be able to express ideas more clearly and make them fit into sentences. Your communication will become much more efficient, therefore.

A Possible Cure For ME?


A Possible Cure For ME?

Myalgic encephalopathy/chronic exhaustion syndrome (MECS) is an extremely complex and disabling illness. Those with ME have physical limitations that are enhanced by sleep deprivation. Sometimes, ME/EMS can even limit a patient’s ability to perform their most basic activities such as getting dressed or eating. On the other hand, those with ME/CE may be completely capable of doing those things yet their symptoms are so severe that they can no longer do it.

Myalgic encephalopathy/chronic exhaustion syndrome (MECS) is an illness that is complicated, yet surprisingly common. It appears to be more widespread than many people think. It can also be a long-suspected, hidden illness masquerading as a number of diverse health problems.

ME/CE, also known as post-exertional syndrome, is a health condition in which patients have weak or reduced responses to stimulant-type drugs, possibly suggesting a lowered immune system. Some researchers think that ME is caused by an inflammation of the brain, but for now there is no conclusive evidence. The symptoms of this illness include muscular weakness, mental fatigue, muscle spasms, severe pain, neurological irregularities, and changes in blood pressure and temperature. In addition to these symptoms, ME sometimes causes gastrointestinal complaints such as nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, or blood in the stool.

It is believed that the reduced immune system results in an adverse reaction in the brain and causes many symptoms of myalgic encephalomyelitis or chronic fatigue syndrome. Many people believe that ME is caused by several factors. These factors include: infectious agents, chemicals used in certain pharmaceuticals, parasites, allergies, stress, and toxins. However, researchers have found that the majority of cases are caused by a defect in the brain’s ability to properly process and communicate information from the nervous system to the rest of the body.

There is currently no cure for ME. However, many researchers have been successful in identifying and treating some of the symptoms. For example, medical professionals have identified and successfully treated a wide range of illnesses over the past two decades, including fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, and multiple sclerosis. Doctors today generally treat ME with medications and therapies in order to alleviate the symptoms and prevent the development of more serious complications.

In recent years, biotechnology has made significant strides in ME research and development. One biotechnology firm, Novartis, has been focusing on developing vaccines that would provide a strong defense against myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome, as well as other diseases and disorders. The ME vaccine being developed by this company is currently in phase II clinical trials. If it successfully passes the FDA testing stage, it will become a powerful weapon in the fight against ME. However, as with any new medical technology, more research and analysis is needed to determine if the vaccine can indeed provide an effective treatment for those with chronic fatigue syndrome and similar syndromes.

Understanding Love Language

“Love is the meaning and the end of life.” ~ William Shakespeare

Love includes a wide range of positive and negative emotional and psychological states, from the strongest religious virtue or good human habit, to the lowest form of pleasure. The experience of love varies widely according to the relationship at hand, the intention behind it, and the individuals involved. In general, romantic love or affection is related to feelings of love, and therefore, one may feel love for his/her partner, family members, close friends, animals, etc. While these are only some examples, the concept of love can be used in any situation and expressed with the same feeling and sense of warmth, devotion, or appreciation.

Love relationships have their own unique “language,” which can be recognized, understood, and used by both parties involved in a relationship. This unique language is not limited to a specific type of language, such as English or Spanish, but rather can take on many different forms. For instance, our culture may include French, German, and so forth. Each culture has its own love languages, which are often different from the common forms of love that occur within Western cultures. It can be a bit confusing to try to figure out what your partner’s love language is, especially if you do not speak their primary language, but once you start paying attention, you will find that there are many potential responses to love that both partners will experience.

One of the primary responses to love is romantic love, which occurs when one partner shows concern, affection, or support for the other person in a way that diminishes or fulfills a need, desires, or longings. However, this kind of emotional bonding may only take place in a relatively short amount of time, as compared to other kinds of affective bonding. When a couple is in love, they can be emotionally connected for as little as a few minutes, but it is very likely that the feelings of each partner will increase and strengthen over time.

The second type of emotion that can come into play in a relationship is passion. Passion in a relationship often means that one person is feeling an extreme level of sexual desire for another. This is often caused by early sexual experiences from a young age, as well as a desire to feel young again and enter a new sexual role. This passion can peak for a short amount of time, then subside, before finding a new outlet as the relationship develops. This can also be a very strong form of intimacy, but it is important to note that people can get consumed by their own passions, which can eventually lead to serious problems within a relationship.

As you can see, the three different forms of affective connection are all incredibly important to a healthy relationship, but they are often hard to identify at first. There are so many things going on in a relationship that it can be difficult to decipher the emotions of two people who are saying the same thing. In order to create a healthy environment for love to thrive, there are several things to remember. Pay attention to how your partner is feeling, pay attention to how they speak about love, and use the love language that you understand.