I wobbled on unsteady legs holding onto my husband and the walls to get to the bathroom.
Then back to sleep. Keeping my eyes lids open was an effort.
Every cell in our body needs energy to do it's job. To breathe in and out. To swallow and digest food, to move a limb, and so on. These things are done automatically with our brains in charge running us like a well oiled machine.
When someone has CFS/ME the energy storage and release is out of order. The brain doesn't do things with ease and without thought. Everything is an ordeal.
Walk holding onto walls to bathroom.
Today the phone is propped on my leg as I type.
I know some sufferers of severe CFS feel like I did yesterday 24/7 and my heart truly goes out to them.
"You just need to get a bit of fresh air" and the old "you need to get out more and do some exercise".