I think we don't know what you're talking about. I'm not sure you know what you're talking about. That's the problem. You seem to be referring to chronic fatigue, which a symptom of many conditions -- cancer, MS, poor nutrition, lack of exercise, etc, etc, etc. Your use of the phrase "chronic fatigue" (the symptom) suggests you are talking about the symptom, not the illness ME/CFS. Also, what you describe is consistent with the symptom chronic fatigue, not the illness ME/CFS. I think you should be able to understand (based on that information) why we don't know what you are talking about when you say "chronic fatigue". The serious illness ME/CFS is a different thing entirely from the symptom chronic fatigue. See here: http://www.research1st.com/2011/07/25/me-case-definition/ http://www.research1st.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Carruthers-JIM-Table-1.pdf Patients with the illness we are discussing on this forum have as a minimum: 1) Post-exertional neuroimmune exhaustion (PENE) 1. Marked, rapid physical and/or cognitive fatigability in response to exertion, which may be minimal such as activities of daily living or simple mental tasks, can be debilitating and cause a relapse. 2. Post-exertional symptom exacerbation: e.g. acute flu-like symptoms, pain and worsening of other symptoms. 3. Post-exertional exhaustion may occur immediately after activity or be delayed by hours or days. 4. Recovery period is prolonged, usually taking 24 hours or longer. A relapse can last days, weeks or longer. 5. Low threshold of physical and mental fatigability (lack of stamina) results in a substantial reduction in pre-illness activity level.”2) At least 3 neurological symptoms from 3 of 4 categories 1. Neurocognitive impairment a. Difficulty processing information: slowed thought, impaired concentration b. Short-term memory loss 2. Pain a. Headaches b. Significant pain can be experienced in muscles, muscle-tendon junctions, joints, abdomen or chest. It is non-inflammatory in nature and often migrates. 3. Sleep disturbance 4. Neurosensory, perceptual and motor disurbances a. Neurosensory and perceptual b. Motor3) At least 3 immunological symptoms from 3 of 5 categories 1. Flu-like symptoms may be recurrent or chronic and typically activate or worsen with exertion 2. Susceptibility to viral infections with prolonged recovery periods 3. Gastointestinal tract 4. Genitoruinary 5. Sensitivities to food, medications, odours or chemicals4) At least 1 energy production/transport symptom 1. Cardiovascular 2. Respiratory 3. Loss of thermostatic stability 4. Intolerance of extremes of temperature If your amazing miracle cure (as yet undiscovered by world-renowned specialists) actually cures the symptoms of ME/CFS as described above in even half of the genuine ME/CFS patients, then I'll agree that you are the genius you claim to be. If not, then it's just another of the thousands of bottles of snake oil people have tried to sell us over the years.