High school student’s mysterious malaise
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High school students also visit our clinic.
“Do you have knee pain from club activities?”
Our clinic is a clinic specializing in autonomic neuropathy.
He was hospitalized with autonomic neuropathy.
“A high school student with autonomic imbalance?”
“Even though you’re so young?”
Age has little to do with schizophrenia.
The youngest child who attends our clinic is in the third grade of elementary school.
She was unable to go to school due to fatigue and other reasons.
The high school student who came this time was not able to go to school because of fatigue.
Even if you go to the hospital and have them check for fatigue, in most cases no abnormality is found.
In most cases, only sedatives and blood pressure-raising drugs are prescribed.
As for whether or not this drug works, it probably won’t work very well.
Even if it works, it’s just a stopgap.
Months later, more severe symptoms may appear.
That’s because it’s not fundamentally cured.
The symptoms are like fire in a fire.
The medicine does not extinguish the source of the fire, but only covers it so that the fire does not spread outside.
The fire is still burning under the lid.
So what is the root cause of fatigue?
For example, if that is the correct answer, it will be better if you slowly soak in the bathtub and sleep a little longer.
But it still doesn’t get any better.
What is the identity of the mysterious malaise?
cardiac autonomic imbalance
“What does fatigue have to do with the heart?”
You may wonder.
What kind of organ is the heart?
The heart is an organ that circulates blood throughout the body.
What is in that blood?
It contains many things that are essential for the body, such as oxygen taken in by breathing, carbon dioxide produced by burning cells, nutrients and waste products taken in by ingesting food.
When the autonomic nervous system of the heart weakens, the function of the heart decreases and the ability to send blood throughout the body decreases.
As a result, it becomes difficult for oxygen and nutrients to circulate throughout the body, and waste products from cells tend to remain in the body.
“Somehow I’m always tired…”
“Even if I sleep, I can’t get rid of my fatigue…”
“I get tired very quickly when I move…”
I have the symptoms you mentioned.
So what should we do?
That is, “It is good to improve the autonomic nerves of the heart.”
Then, where is the autonomic nerve of the heart located?
it’s in the spine.
It is located in the first thoracic vertebra, the upper part of the spine.
First, improve your posture.
And try not to look down as much as possible.
If you look down, this first thoracic vertebra will be distorted with a heavy burden.
Raise your smartphone to eye level.
Put the computer on the table and make it higher.
Raising the desk itself is also effective.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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