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Solving the Mysteries of Chronic Fatigue

Fibromyalgia, Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue, Always Tired, Tired, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, CFSSo much about Chronic fatigue is not known, including its cause. Chronic fatigue syndrome is also difficult to diagnose as there are no test options to prove that one has the condition. Treatments can be just as vague and usually include medications designed to help temporarily relieve symptoms. Those who live with the condition know just how frustrating it can be.

There are a few symptoms that are commonly associated with the disease. Here is a brief list:

  • Unexplained fatigue
  • Tiredness or fatigue that does not resolve with rest or sleep
  • Difficulty with memory and concentration
  • Enlarged lymph nodes

Some theories as to the cause of chronic fatigue include infections, hormone imbalance, and issues with the immune system. However, chronic fatigue is not a mystery to all in the medical field. Taking a closer look at a specific area in the neck can help unlock some of the questions chronic fatigue brings up.

Natural Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Relief in Onalaska, WI

Upper cervical chiropractors understand that the main symptoms of the condition relate to the nervous system, particularly the brainstem. Should the C1 and C2 vertebrae move out of place, the result can apply pressure to the brainstem and hinder normal function. This can lead to a host of symptoms including chronic conditions like chronic fatigue.

How does this specialized field of care work? Through specific measurements and technique, upper cervical chiropractic care focuses on aligning the aforementioned vertebrae and relieving the stress put on the nervous system. There are many who have found that this alone is enough to bring relief from their symptoms. If you or a loved one is suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, why not set up a consultation and see if a natural and gentle approach can help provide the relief you have been searching for.

To schedule a complimentary NUCCA consultation call 608-783-0384