Tag: Always Tired

Fibromyalgia Guide: Coping with An Invisible But Real Condition

Living with an invisible illness like fibromyalgia can be extremely difficult. But there are things you can do to cope better, including upper cervical care.

Exercise and Upper Cervical Care for Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is not an imaginary illness. It's excruciating for fibromyalgia patients not to be taken seriously when their flare-ups happen. If you know someone with fibromyalgia, offering support or being compassionate can make a lot of difference. If you're living with fibromyalgia, please know that you are not alone, and there are ways you can […]

Viral Infections That May Trigger Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

If you're suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), you're not alone. It's estimated that as many as 2.5 million Americans suffer from this condition. Some CFS patients seek upper cervical care to manage their symptoms. If you're one of those with chronic fatigue syndrome, you have a good grasp of the illness. You know that […]

Why Do Fibromyalgia Patients Feel Pain Differently?

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain that affects two percent of the population. It causes people to feel pain throughout their bodies and trigger additional symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, and other symptoms. If you are diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you know how difficult it can be to manage your symptoms daily without experiencing pain or ready […]

Fibromyalgia and Its Connection to Your "Second Brain"

Did you know humans have a "second brain"? That's right, a second brain! And you would never have guessed where it's located: the gut. Researchers refer to it as the enteric system. It has gained its popular moniker thanks to the gut-brain connection. And it is an important factor considered when planning to combat fibromyalgia's […]

Essential Oils for Fibromyalgia Relief: Do They Work?

Fibromyalgia is a truly painful condition that causes worrying symptoms like fatigue, sleep problems, and headaches. Many people who have it cope with the help of medications, upper cervical care, or physical therapy. Others also tap into additional sources of relief, such as essential oils. But the question is, do they work? Studies certainly agree! […]

Do Men and Women Experience Fibromyalgia Pain Differently?

Several studies claim that the majority of fibromyalgia patients are women. This leaves the impression that men and women perceive and manage fibromyalgia symptoms differently. So, is there really a gender disparity in reported fibromyalgia cases? Find out if this is true and discover some of the best ways to manage fibromyalgia pain – regardless […]

Understanding Chronic Fatigue: Facts from a Cervical Chiropractor

For many years, people with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) were not believed to be suffering from an illness. Sadly, some may have been dismissed and labeled as lazy or crazy. However, that negative connotation of CFS has long been dismissed. Several studies have shown how chronic fatigue syndrome is an actual condition with profound implications. […]

Misleading Fibromyalgia Beliefs You Must Be Wary Of

If you've recently got diagnosed with fibromyalgia, you likely feel overwhelmed and frustrated by all the misinformation. You may have heard from friends that fibromyalgia is not real and that it is just a made-up diagnosis for any widespread body pains and unexplainable fatigue. But they're wrong. Do not let their ignorance get to you […]

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