Peep, I'm humbled by your post and wish you well. I've had fatigue for 6 years and now mostly feel okay but I have my limits which means little or no exercise or I relapse. I also have short periods feeling strong but then feel ill for a week or two as my immune system seems to go mad. But nothing compared with your experience and the way you are adjusting and coping which is admirable. I wish I could be like that but I just can't let go of the hope of returning to how I was. I keep meaning to cull my running kit but can't let it go. Best wishes
Peep, your story does help me with some perspective on my own issues which are minor compared with yours. I hope you have improved, I'd love an update on where you are now. Wishing you all the best, Peter.
Dear car manufacturers. Autonomous driving vehicles. Are you really sure? My automatic lights and wipers have no idea what to do half the time, no way do I think we can have driverless cars. How about concentrating more on screwing together the ones you make now a bit better, that'll do fine.
Actually that was rubbish advice since you already do pilates and roller! I definitely think the hr guided training could help, not sure about the headaches and tiredness, possibly your immune system kicking in after you've stressed yourself? Slowing down and decreasing mileage until that stops then slowly build up. It maybe that your ME is still there in the background, for some it seems it is a lifelong condition.