Chronic fatigue syndrome is characterized by extreme tiredness and fatigue. Both physical and mental activity may cause the tiredness to worse. However, what sets this tiredness apart is that rest will not provide relief.
There are a number of theories that have been posited about the cause of chronic fatigue. Some of these theories include the idea that a viral infection may be at the source of the disease, or that psychological stress may be the underlying factor.
Some confuse chronic fatigue syndrome with fibromyalgia. Many of the symptoms are similar. Since there is no definitive test for either condition, one person may be diagnosed with chronic fatigue by one doctor but would be diagnosed with fibromyalgia by another.
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To get a diagnosis, you will need to exhibit no fewer than four of the following symptoms over the course of half a year. Children and teens may receive a diagnosis after just 3 months.To learn more about the connection between head and neck injuries and fibromyalgia download our complimentary e-book Simple and Extremely Effective Ways to End Fibromyalgia Symptoms without Drugs by clicking the image below.
Chronic fatigue is now associated with cortisol level changes. This hormone is vital to overall health and body functions. Low cortisol levels can be caused by a misalignment of the upper cervical spine (C1 and C2 vertebrae). Head and neck injuries can easily cause such a misalignment even if the accident wasn’t serious.
Because of this, it is important to see an upper cervical chiropractor to determine if your chronic fatigue may be the result of a misalignment. Dr. Geoff Besso of Stow, Ohio has been specially trained to diagnose and correct such misalignments of the upper neck.
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