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Chronic fatigue syndrome: Why others are always tired

By BY DR. ADDISON BULOSAN - | Dec 4, 2020

Fatigue is a medical condition characterized by physical and mental exhaustion, a general lack of energy. It’s different from ordinary tiredness.

To recover from tiredness, all you have to do is rest. With chronic fatigue syndrome, the exhaustion lasts for much longer and doesn’t go away with rest.

People who have chronic fatigue syndrome also suffer from a weak immune system, stress and hormonal imbalances.

The Risk Factors: The following factors trigger chronic fatigue syndrome:

Sex — Many studies suggest that women are four times more likely to suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome.

Age — Chronic fatigue syndrome is also more prevalent among people in their 40s and 50s.

Addressing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: People who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome display symptoms associated with other health conditions like Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, heart disease and lupus.

Experts try to eliminate other potential causes because it’s challenging to identify the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome.

Chiropractic Care Can Address Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Upper cervical chiropractic care is an effective way of naturally increasing your energy levels.

Through digital X-ray and thermal imaging diagnostic devices, the upper cervical chiropractor can determine if care will address the leading cause of your fatigue.

If any upper cervical misalignments are diagnosed, the Specific chiropractor will give you a chiropractic adjustment and different kinds of care. This will restore the nervous system function, reopen blocked nerves and boost energy flow. Do you want to feel more energized? Call or text the number below or schedule your appointment through our website. Because we care about our community, we guarantee your safety during your appointment with us.

For the past six years, Dr. Addison Bulosan has provided excellent chiropractic care for sufferers of chronic migraines and other travel-related illnesses.

For more information, contact Dr. Bulosan at 296 Alamaha St., #C3A, in Kahului, or phone (808) 866-6551. Please forward all e-mail inquiries to maui@thespecific.com. To schedule a 15-minute free consultation, visit www.maui.thespecific.com/schedule.