Chronic fatigue is often overlooked by many people. Signs and symptoms of lethargy, physical and emotional exhaustion, aching joints and muscles are often overlooked. Just to name a few. Mid way through the afternoon you start to look at the clock thinking the day is almost over but really isn’t! Drinking copious amounts of caffeine or some sort of other stimulant can be very negative! Always remember that your nerve system controls everything you do! Spinal subluxations can cause chronic fatigue!? If your nerves are not sending proper communication from your brain through your nerves to all points of your body, you become more susceptible to living a life lesser than you should be. If a subluxation is present in your body, it can inhibit the flow of impulses (nerve to nerve, nerve to structure communication). Signs and symptoms of chronic fatigue usually have to be apparent for six months. If you are waiting for six months to finally establish your diagnosis, you are wasting valuable time.
There has been no proven medical treatment for chronic fatigue. Granted, you can be prescribed medicine to mask and cover up your symptoms that you experience (hence the words cover up). To address something first and foremost you need to address the spine first. Chiropractors are nerve system specialists. At our office and with our chiropractic technique we address the underlying cause of chronic fatigue. By carefully examining your spine and nerves we perform specific chiropractic adjustments that reopen your nerve pathways to address chronic fatigue. If you have tried and tried and tried with the medical profession and have not seen results, our office is a place were your stress can be put at ease. Chronic fatigue is something that people think is normal for them. It does not have to be so!
Let us look at a different little snip-it about chronic fatigue. One of the main problems that our society is dealing with on a day to day basis is dysfunctional thyroids. Our thyroids are HUGE on energy production and controlling other systems to make sure their production is efficient. If your thyroid is dysfunctional and under-producing then other systems in your body will be under-producing as well. Chronic fatigue and thyroid dysfunction are interrelated. It is just finding the missing link via your nerves to establish proper communication.