Do’s and Don’ts for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatment
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I can’t get rid of my fatigue even after sleeping
No matter what I do, I get tired quickly
I don’t feel like doing it
If you suffer from these symptoms, you may be suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a condition in which a person is unable to lead a normal life due to extreme fatigue and depression.
There is a mistake that people with this chronic fatigue syndrome make.
I am sure that you, who are currently suffering from painful symptoms, are doing the same.
what it is
Lying down at home, sleeping, staying at home without going out, in short, resting without moving your body.
“What’s wrong with that?”
“I’m tired, so it’s good to rest my body, isn’t it?”
I would think.
I think this has something to do with the name Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Many people mistake chronic fatigue syndrome for fatigue.
I say it clearly.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is not fatigue.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is an autonomic imbalance.
Autonomic imbalance doesn’t get better when you’re relaxing at home, it gets worse.
In fact, instead of improving, people who are slow at home are sleeping longer and longer, making it difficult to stay awake.
So why does chronic fatigue syndrome get worse when you’re slowing down at home?
Chronic fatigue syndrome is said to be autonomic imbalance.
The autonomic nervous system consists of the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is caused by an imbalance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves.
What happens when you relax at home?
The parasympathetic nervous system predominates.
This looks good, right?
Many treatments try to make the parasympathetic nervous system dominant.
However, what is not well known is that the parasympathetic nerves follow the sympathetic nerves.
In other words, if the sympathetic nerve does not increase, the parasympathetic nerve will not increase.
The sympathetic nervous system is most active when you move your body.
If you do not move your body leisurely during the day, your sympathetic nerves will not increase.
As a result, the parasympathetic nerves, which are rest nerves, do not increase, so you cannot get a good night’s sleep and your physical condition does not improve the next day.
This is why being lazy doesn’t cure chronic fatigue syndrome.
So what should we do?
Move your body as much as possible during the day.
Then the sympathetic nerve increases.
The source of energy is not the parasympathetic nerve but the sympathetic nerve, so the energy gradually comes out.
Everyone must have experienced that they slept well on days when they exercised well.
If I move my body during the day, I can get a good sleep, and the next day my symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome have improved a little.
If it’s hard to move at first, it’s good to just get up as much as possible.
The goal is to be awake at least half of the day.
It is also important to pay attention to your posture while you are awake.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).
“Is it okay if I don’t puff out my chest?”
Yes, please don’t push yourself.
Pushing your chest out can make things worse.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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