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“Even if I sleep, I can’t get rid of my fatigue…”
“No matter what I do, I get tired quickly…”
“I’m always tired…”
Are you worried about this?
Maybe you have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
“What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?”
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a general term for symptoms such as unidentified fatigue, feeling tired no matter what you do, feeling tired even when you sleep, feeling tired and not having fun no matter what you do. increase.
“I went to the hospital, but the test results showed no abnormalities.”
Most people say.
to such a person
“How do you spend your days?”
when I hear
“I try to relax as much as possible so that I don’t get tired.”
“I try to do what I can”
Many people answer that.
From my point of view
Therefore chronic fatigue does not disappear
“I’m tired, so should I rest?”
You may say that, but that is not true.
If it is normal fatigue, if you take a bath and sleep well, the fatigue will improve the next day.
But the tiredness of chronic fatigue syndrome can’t be relieved even if you take it slow.
The reason is that chronic fatigue syndrome is “autonomic imbalance”.
Autonomic imbalance doesn’t go away even if you take it slow.
Rather, dysautonomia gets worse when slowed down.
“Slow down makes it worse?!”
“You’re such an idiot!!”
You may say that, but it is a fact.
In fact, chronic fatigue syndrome is worse in those who stay at home.
It is related to the fact that “chronic fatigue syndrome is autonomic imbalance” mentioned above.
The autonomic nervous system consists of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
The sympathetic nervous system is active during the day when we are working or playing.
Conversely, the parasympathetic nervous system becomes active at night when you sleep.
Chronic fatigue syndrome gives the impression that the sympathetic nervous system is overactive, but in fact it is not so active.
The sympathetic nervous system of a person suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome is in a low-flying state.
You’re lounging at home trying to get your parasympathetic nerves going without solving the problem.
“What’s wrong with that?”
That’s the problem.
A little-known fact is that the parasympathetic nervous system follows the sympathetic nervous system.
In other words, the parasympathetic nerves at night do not rise as much as the sympathetic nerves rise during the day.
Therefore, if you take it easy during the day, the sympathetic nerves during the daytime will not rise, and the parasympathetic nerves at night will not rise either.
Conversely, if you raise the sympathetic nerves during the day, the parasympathetic nerves at night will also rise, allowing you to sleep well and improve chronic fatigue syndrome.
Then, how to raise the sympathetic nerves during the day is
to move one’s body
The sympathetic nerve goes up the most by moving the body.
Therefore, instead of resting, moving the body as much as possible during the day leads to improvement of chronic fatigue syndrome.
Get up and move as much as possible during the day.