A New Way to Treat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Fibromyalgia, Fatigue, Chronic Fatigue, Always Tired, Tired, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, CFS

People who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) often find day-to-day life incredibly challenging and can have trouble hold downing jobs, caring for family members, or maintaining active social lives. Many of us who feel tired, run down or even depressed may think we’re simply overdoing things, or that we aren’t getting enough sleep or eating properly, but the reality may be something more serious.

CFS is characterized by feeling extremely tired or listless, so much so that a person is unable to recharge by resting. This can be incredibly frustrating, and the patient may not realize he or she suffers from the condition, which of course makes it difficult to diagnose and treat.

Some people may think sleeping tablets or other medication may help them relax and get more sleep, but these kinds of pills can often make the problem worse as they are not targeting the root cause of the condition.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatment in Graham, Washington

However, there is hope. Clinical research has shown a correlation between problems in the top two bones in the spine and CFS. When the C1 and C2 vertebrae are misaligned, they put pressure on the brainstem, which can prevent the nervous system (and therefore the body) functioning properly. This lack of communication between the brain and the body causes all kinds of health problems, and CFS is one of them.

So how do you get the bones back into the correct positions? We encourage you to come into Advanced Spinal Care here in Graham, Washington. We specialize in examining and manipulating these bones back into the right positions using the NUCCA technique. By doing this, the brain and the body are once again able to communicate, thereby reducing or removing the symptoms caused by conditions such as CFS.
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