Framingham Chiropractic patients; understand chronic fatigue syndrome

Treat Chronic Fatigue with Chiropractic

A condition called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), which is also widely known as Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS), is a condition which is characterized by constant and disabling fatigue, which often is even made worse with exercise. It has also been reported that Chronic Fatigue sufferers often have muscle and joint pain as well.

It is believed that Chronic Fatigue affects around 2-4 people for every one thousand. CFS is also responsible for many lost hours of productivity in he workplace. Some suffers of CFS have even seen their promising professional career come to a premature end due to suffering from chronic fatigue.

So how do you know if you have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? The guidelines below will help you determine if seeking care for CFS should be a priority. If you have had severe fatigue for six months or more and you are finding that this fatigue is affecting your personal and/or professional life you’ll want to consider the possibility of CFS.

If you believe that you have at least four of the eight symptoms, you could be suffering from CFS.
Poor or non-refreshing sleep
Short-term memory issues or problems with concentrating.
Muscle pain
Joint pain
Headaches
Tender lymph nodes
Frequent or recurring sore throat…

If you believe that your are someone who could be suffering from CFS, You need to understand that the best treatment options available to you are the types of treatments that are very much in your control. Treatments are those that provide your body with the best conditions for which recovery can occur, these include healthy eating, light exercise and also to maintain good posture and daily physical movement. Lastly, ongoing chiropractic care can help to improve many of the issues and symptoms of CFS. For those who are looking to deal with and take head on their chronic fatigue, there are ways for you to make improvements. Be sure to visit your local framingham chiropractic office and ask them if can they can help and treat the issues that are relate to CFS.