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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Should You Take a Rest? !

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always heavy

I can’t get rid of my fatigue even after sleeping

I don’t feel like doing anything


If you suffer from these symptoms, you may be suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, as the name suggests, is a state of being tired all the time.



“What, are you just tired? Then you should take a good rest.”

You might say that, but it’s not that simple.


What most people who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome do is “just rest”.

If you do this, your chronic fatigue syndrome will get worse instead of cured.


“If it’s just fatigue, it will get better if you rest, but does it actually get worse?”


Get worse.


Because Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is not just fatigue.

Chronic fatigue syndrome is autonomic imbalance.

Autonomic neuropathy is not cured even if you sleep, but it gets worse on the contrary.


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is caused by overwork.

This is because the autonomic nervous system is out of balance.

“If you’re overdoing your work, isn’t it coming from sympathetic tension?”

“Isn’t it better to rest then?”


Indeed, chronic fatigue syndrome comes from sympathetic tone.

However, the sympathetic nervous system of people with chronic fatigue syndrome is not so high.


Many people who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome are desk workers.


“Because desk work makes me nervous, doesn’t it increase my sympathetic nerves?”

You might say that, but it’s not.

This is because the sympathetic nervous system is most active when you move your body.


And although it is not well known, if the sympathetic nerve does not increase, the parasympathetic nerve at night will not increase.

For some reason, the parasympathetic nerves only go up as much as the sympathetic nerves go up.


People with chronic fatigue syndrome have low sympathetic nerves and low parasympathetic nerves, so they don’t feel motivated to do anything, and they can’t be cured by sleeping at night.


So what should I do?

be physically active during the day



If you move your body during the day, your sympathetic nervous system will increase.

Then, as the sympathetic nerves increase, the parasympathetic nerves at night also increase and you will be able to sleep well.


Do you remember when you were in elementary school and you were exhausted at the sports festival and fell asleep so soundly that you thought you had passed out?


Exercise helps you sleep better.

If both the sympathetic nerves during the day and the parasympathetic nerves at night become stronger, motivation will come out, sleep well, and before you know it, fatigue will disappear.


Don’t be slow, just move.



Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance

Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima

Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic


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