Chronic fatigue syndrome remains a mystery among the medical community. It is a complicated disorder that has extreme tiredness as its main complaint. That's why coping with chronic fatigue syndrome is a bit tricky for some people. Exhaustion of this sort can be so debilitating that it causes one to be unable to fulfill his daily tasks – including dressing, bathing, and other basics. Sadly, this type of fatigue is not alleviated by getting additional rest. In fact, physical, mental, and emotional activity can make it more severe. Other symptoms include:
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In coping with chronic fatigue syndrome, it's crucial to know the possible trigger factors. Theories abound as to why chronic fatigue occurs. Some of these include:
One thing that is agreed upon is that if one is experiencing the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, he or she is likely having a problem with the central nervous system.
The central nervous system is vital to one’s health and wellbeing. It is comprised of the brain and the spinal cord and is protected by the vertebrae of the spine and the skull. In some instances, damage may occur and cause some of these vertebrae to move out of their original position. This can lead to pressure and stress being placed on soft tissue, blood vessels, and nerves. Particularly, if the top bone – the C1 or atlas – misaligns, the whole body may suffer, with overall health being affected.
Here at Besso Clinic, we specialize in caring for misalignments of the C1 and C2. First, we examine the neck to find if a misalignment exists and to determine the exact location and degree. If so, we use a gentle method to help the bones move back to their original position. In turn, any pressure being placed on the brainstem and spinal cord is removed. Communication to the brain and body can be properly restored, and the central nervous system can begin to work at its optimum once again. This is often all that is required to see a decrease in or an end to chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms.
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