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i’m always tired
I can’t get rid of my fatigue even after sleeping
i don’t feel like doing anything
If you are suffering from these symptoms, which are said to be “no abnormality” even when you go to the hospital, it may be chronic fatigue syndrome.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a state of long-term severe fatigue that interferes with daily life, although no abnormalities are found by examination.
There is nothing wrong with going to the hospital.
There are no effective drugs.
What would you do if you were diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?
“Take it easy at home as much as possible”
I think most people say that.
Clinically, the line between chronic fatigue syndrome and depression is almost blurry.
to the doctor
“I don’t feel like doing anything…”
“It’s hard to move my body…”
may be diagnosed with
If you are diagnosed with depression, you will receive a medical certificate and will be instructed to recuperate at home.
Then you can start relaxing at home.
“Even if you have chronic fatigue syndrome or depression, you were instructed to recuperate at home, so maybe relaxing at home will be a cure?”
In fact, this is what causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is often misunderstood.
It’s what we call “fatigue”.
I’m tired, so I think it’s good to rest.
“Isn’t Chronic Fatigue Syndrome fatigue?”
Chronic fatigue syndrome is not fatigue.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is an autonomic imbalance.
It is thought to be fatigue because the word “fatigue” is used in the name.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is caused by an imbalance in the autonomic nervous system.
“If it’s because the balance of the autonomic nervous system has collapsed, shouldn’t it be better to take it easy?”
You might think so, but being lazy makes things worse.
So what happens when you’re relaxing at home?
The sympathetic nervous system will not go up as much.
“Isn’t it good because the balance of the autonomic nervous system is broken because the sympathetic nervous system is too high?”
You might think that.
It’s not well known, but the parasympathetic nerve only goes up as much as the sympathetic nerve goes up.
Most people try to balance their autonomic nervous system by relaxing, taking deep breaths, and doing yoga.
Most of these are ways to increase the parasympathetic nervous system.
However, as I mentioned earlier, the parasympathetic nervous system only increases as the sympathetic nervous system increases.
If you just relax during the day, your sympathetic nerves will not increase.
Then the parasympathetic nerves at night will not increase, so you will not be able to have a good sleep.
Then, even when I wake up in the morning, I still don’t feel refreshed.
How should I spend my time?
to move one’s body
This is because the sympathetic nervous system is at its highest when you move your body.
Moving your body as much as possible during the day will boost your parasympathetic nervous system at night and help you sleep better.
Then the next day I feel a little better.
If you continue it for 1 week, 2 weeks, 1 month, 2 months, chronic fatigue syndrome will definitely improve.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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