Have you ever felt too tired to get through the day? Have you ever thought that if you got to bed earlier, ate a healthier diet, or exercised more that you would not feel so fatigued? While those are all important things to do, in some cases they may not help. There may be an underlying issue that needs to be addressed. Some may even turn to medication to help them sleep and feel better. This will only mask the problem and may even make it worse.
You may actually be suffering from a real medical condition called chronic fatigue syndrome. If you consistently feel so tired that it is difficult for you to complete normal daily activities, even after sufficient rest, then you may have chronic fatigue. There may be a reason you are experiencing these symptoms and a simple way to correct them.
Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care
Dr. Craig Lapenski of Graham Washington is an upper cervical chiropractor who focuses on the care of the upper neck, specifically the top two vertebrae. If either of these vertebrae are out of alignment, even as much as ¼ of a millimeter, they can have a huge impact on your health. One condition related to this misalignment of the spine is chronic fatigue. When these bones are not in their proper position, they can put undue pressure on the brainstem and spinal cord. This area is responsible for oxygen and blood flow to the brain. Also, communication between the brain and the body are vital functions of this area of the body. Therefore, if things are out of alignment, it can impact many parts of the body.
Dr. Lapenski will examine you for a misalignment and then begin to correct this with gentle, effective measures that will bring you almost instant relief. In some cases, symptoms go away altogether after only a few adjustments. Many people are able to stop taking medication and live a pain-free and vital life, leaving the fatigue behind them. Why not contact Dr. Lapenski for an assessment and see if you can soon get control back of your life?
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