Chronic fatigue is a big city disease

The modern world imposes strict requirements on a person. We must have time to pursue a career, devote time to family, meet friends. Some tend to plan their lives for years ahead, painfully perceiving deviations from the planned schedule.

The payback for perfectionism and the desire to “be in time for everything, everywhere” is chronic fatigue syndrome.

Chronic fatigue is a condition in which symptoms such as:

  • fast fatiguability;
  • weakness;
  • lethargy;
  • poor sleep, and at the same time constant sleepiness;
  • anxiety, nervousness;
  • feelings of fear and panic;
  • trembling hands or tremors throughout the body;
  • memory impairment (forgetfulness);
  • decreased concentration of attention;
  • headache, etc.

Despite the rather serious manifestations of this disease, many people perceive chronic fatigue as a temporary, completely safe condition that will disappear without a trace after a short rest. In such inattention to the problem lies the insidiousness of this disease.

In fact, with chronic fatigue, metabolism is disturbed, negative changes occur in the nervous, endocrine and immune systems of a person. This condition makes us vulnerable to viruses, parasites, pathogenic bacteria, etc. Usually, the disease is aggravated by the fact that a person with chronic fatigue syndrome seeks to artificially increase his energy and performance. Artificial stimulants such as coffee, energy drinks, various dietary supplements and vitamin complexes are used. The inability to relax and nervousness forces the patient to increase the dose of alcohol and nicotine consumption.

All these substances artificially irritate the overstrained nervous system and the disease progresses. Even “harmless” vitamin complexes should not be taken without the appointment of a specialist – sometimes an excess of a certain vitamin is much more harmful to the body than its lack.

If you have noticed at least 3 of the symptoms listed above, there is a good reason to see your doctor.

There are several approaches to treating chronic fatigue syndrome. It is not at all necessary to resort to medical treatment. Excellent results in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome are shown, for example, by the methods of oriental medicine.

Marina Viktorovna Siruk, chief physician of the Kiev center for oriental medicine and health “Ecology of Life”, spoke about this approach to the treatment of chronic fatigue.

In the center of oriental medicine and health “Ecology of Life”, the patient is first examined in order to confirm the diagnosis of “chronic fatigue syndrome” and identify concomitant diseases. And only after that our doctors will offer the patient an individually selected complex of oriental methods to solve the problem. The complex most often includes: massage on biologically active points, which allows you to evenly distribute energy inside the cells of the body and in the pericellular space; acupuncture – one of the most effective tools of oriental therapy; vacuum therapy, etc.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a wake-up call from our body. There is nothing more important in the world than health – your own and your loved ones. Therefore, it is necessary to begin to act as soon as such a diagnosis has been identified. If you postpone treatment “for later”, you may have to face much more serious diseases and pathologies tomorrow. Chronic fatigue is like a magnet for various diseases. By saving time now, the consequences may have to heal a lifetime.

I would also like to draw your attention to the fact that it is the chronic fatigue syndrome that is quite often the cause of infertility and erectile dysfunction in men.

Sometimes patients begin complex, expensive and ineffective treatment of these very problems, without even realizing that the fault is chronic fatigue syndrome.

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