Do you constantly feel tired throughout the day, never feeling “rested” after a night of sleep? You could be suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome, which is a complicated disorder that is often difficult to treat. There is no one size fits all approach to helping you deal with chronic fatigue, but the first step is trying to find out what may be causing you to experience this often debilitating disorder.
Chronic Fatigue Causes
While many people suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, the underlying causes are not always the same. There can be many reasons for why you feel fatigued, such as depression, psychological or emotional stress, thyroid or hormone imbalances, and dietary or lifestyle habits. It is important to always discuss these issues with the Doctor and be aware that certain treatment options may be more helpful than others.
Chronic Fatigue Symptoms
You may be all too familiar with these symptoms, but just to give you a refresher and compare your own cases, here are a few of the most common signs of chronic fatigue syndrome:
- Loss of memory or concentration
- Sore throat
- Enlarged lymph nodes in your neck or armpits
- Unexplained muscle pain
- Pain that moves from one joint to another without swelling or redness
- Un-refreshing sleep
- Extreme exhaustion lasting more than 24 hours after physical or mental exercise
If any or all of these sound like what you’re experiencing, take comfort in knowing that you may find relief with the proper treatment.
Chronic Fatigue Treatments
Dr. Mohr is the #1-rated Tampa chiropractor for a reason! It’s amazing how correcting issues in one part of the body can have a profound and lasting positive effect in other areas of the body. This is the approach that Dr. Mohr takes when first diagnosing your issue, because each piece, nerve, and muscle has so many functions and connections. Not only will Dr. Mohr do the physical work to try and help you find relief, he will also educate you and walk you through his processes so you can understand exactly what is going on.
If you would like to find out if chiropractic treatment may help with your chronic fatigue symptoms, please click here or call our office to schedule your consultation.