Chronic Fatigue

Chronic fatigue is a condition with the primary symptom of severe fatigue lasting more than 6 months and not associated with another disorder. Chronic fatigue is typically present in patients with neurodegenerative diseases like MS, ALS, and Parkinson’s. Patients with persistent fatigue for whom other medical conditions have been ruled out are often given a diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Poor autonomic function, which leads to suboptimal cardiac function and thermal regulation, may be the cause of chronic fatigue. For example when heart rate is not properly regulated by the autonomic nervous system (ANS), the body cannot respond to increased oxygen demand from even minimal amounts of physical activity, resulting in extreme fatigue.

Patients with chronic fatigue may also suffer from the common symptoms of autonomic dysfunction including altered cognitive function (brain fog), sleep disturbances, thermal intolerance, waking headaches, and bladder or bowel dysfunction, with fatigue as the predominant and most debilitating symptom.

Our Clinical Experience

We’ve successfully treated both patients with chronic fatigue syndrome and patients with chronic fatigue related to other disorders. Both these groups of patients respond with increased energy levels and relief from the other common symptoms of autonomic dysfunction.

After being treated, patients are generally able to return to normal levels of physical activity. Many people with CFS suffer from anxiety, depression, and other psychological disorders, and these symptoms may also respond to the treatment.


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If you are a patient or know someone with chronic fatigue and are interested in more information, please contact us toll free at (844) 247-2728 or (949) 247-8877.

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