Chronic fatigue syndrome is a health condition with many symptoms and many questions surrounding the underlying cause. As a result, there are very few chronic fatigue syndrome treatment options, and most of them have limited success at mitigating symptoms. We’re going to take a closer look at the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. Then we will address some lifestyle changes that may make the condition a little easier to live with. Finally, we will discuss a natural therapy that has helped patients in case studies to regain some quality of life despite living with debilitating health conditions like chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia.
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Here is a short checklist of some of the most common chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms.
It is no wonder that chronic fatigue usually has a significant effect on a person’s quality of life. However, there are some things you can do to reduce the control that chronic fatigue has over you. Here are a few ways to diminish your symptoms.
One of the main reasons there is such a lack of chronic fatigue syndrome treatment is because researchers don’t understand what causes it in the first place. Taking their best guesses, here are a few of the things that have been postulated to date:
Misalignments in the C1 and C2 are the potential link between chronic fatigue syndrome and trauma. This can have far-reaching effects in the central nervous system, including affecting the brainstem, which can also have an impact on hormone level balance. With that in mind, let’s address a natural way to combat this common an often-overlooked subluxation.
Upper cervical chiropractors are specifically trained to detect and correct misalignments of the C1 and C2 down to hundredths of a degree. Because of the sensitive location of these top two vertebrae in the neck, even minute misalignments can lead to many symptoms. In case studies, chronic fatigue patients have experienced improved quality of life after having an upper cervical misalignment corrected. To see if this would be a viable form of care for you, please contact a practitioner in your area and schedule a no-obligation consultation.
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