Chronic Fatigue in school children and what about the teachers

BBC web-site post “One in 100 secondary school pupils could be missing classes because of chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), say researchers”. post  In my experience in schools there is probably even more amongst the staff.

You can improve ME and Chronic Fatigue by understanding more about how your energy system works and learning how to have more energy. You need to know what drains your energy and what gives you energy, from an emotional and energetic perspective. Once you realise this and how simple it is to change your energy through the power of your mind, the whole thing starts to unravel.  All you need is the essential how to.  The short book, Recover your Energy, will give you more energy, just reading it.  If you are too tired to read, there is even a talking book and you can drift off to sleep.  ow.ly/7Xx2R

If you are struggling with food and substance intolerances this will be lighting up energies that drain you.  This can also be cleared through simple processes that anyone can do.  Perhaps you think these are ideas are too simple, but who said that recovering your health and energy had to be difficult?  You won’t know what you can do until you try.  You will find a mini-website here, with trained practitioners. http://www.energymatters.me.uk. Please contact a practitioner to learn more.

Anyone interested in the link between Dyslexia and poor literacy and Chronic Fatigue.  Many of our young people are so exhausted at the end of the day, in a classroom where they are not being taught in a way they can understand, CFS is the obvious next step.  Teach them visually, the stress reduces as so does the exhaustion. http://www.empoweringlearning.co.uk

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About olivehickmott

I am a Forensic Learning coach, showing people how they can improve their own learning and change their health. Working with creative neurodivergent students is a joy, as they learn new skills to overcome many of their learning challenges.
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1 Response to Chronic Fatigue in school children and what about the teachers

  1. Goga says:

    “Many of our young people are so exhausted at the end of the day, in a classroom where they are not being taught in a way they can understand” – I think this is an essence of the problem. There is so many ways to teach children and schools seems to neglect children’s needs and stick with what is commutable for the teachers.

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