Chronic fatigue is a condition experienced by a relatively large number of the population, but the condition is still not fully understood by experts and medical scientists. Lethargy and weakness are often the two most common symptoms associated with the condition, but people with diagnosed chronic fatigue syndrome may experience many other unpleasant symptoms that can greatly disrupt their daily lives.
Treatment ranges from resting up, exercising, and eating a healthier diet, all the way to trying out some pills that might help to reduce tiredness and prevent fatigue during the day. Bioresonance therapy also seems to be an effective treatment in helping to address the underlying causes associated with chronic fatigue syndrome.
Overview Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a condition diagnosed usually when a patient experiences symptoms such as tiredness and fatigue on a frequent basis, but the healthcare professional overseeing the care of the patient does not seem to be able to determine an appropriate diagnosis or underlying cause for these symptoms. Another important factor to consider with chronic fatigue syndrome is that the patient experiencing the condition will continue to feel tired, weak, and like they have not slept, even when they have a good night’s rest behind them.
While it is difficult to determine the widespread of the condition, one study estimates the prevalence to be around 71.34 per 100,000 individuals. While this might make the condition somewhat rare, there are many people experience fatigue on a daily basis that does not qualify for a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome, but still continues to persist and make them less productive in life and at work.
Symptoms Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Apart from the fact that patients will experience fatigue during the day and feel lethargic, they may also experience the following symptoms:
- Memory loss and difficulty remembering new things
- Poor concentration
- Joints and muscles may be painful with no obvious explanation as to why
- Sleep may not refresh the patient
In some cases, a patient may also develop a sore throat, and their lymph nodes in their armpits and neck may become enlarged. Headaches are also not uncommon among patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. The specific symptoms that accompany the fatigue will often depend on what is causing the syndrome in the first place.
Causes Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Numerous possible causes have been linked to chronic fatigue syndrome and should be noted by patients in order to assist with finding a possible root issue that is contributing to their symptoms.
A relatively common cause for chronic fatigue syndrome is a viral infection – there are cases where a person might suffer a viral infection and only develop chronic fatigue syndrome a while after the viral infection has been treated.
Three specific viruses are currently under the radar of researchers, including the Human Herpes Virus 6, Mouse Leukemia Viruses, and the Epstein-Barr Virus.
Apart from viral infections, scientists have also been able to link chronic fatigue syndrome to two additional causes, including a hormonal imbalance, as well as problems with the immune system.
Conventional Treatment Options
Treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome usually depends on the diagnosis. If any underlying issues are found to be susceptible to contributing to the symptoms that the patient is experiencing, then these conditions will be treated first.
In some cases, a patient may be provided with certain types of antidepressants to assist in improving their sleep patterns, as well as to reduce their pain, should they be in pain.
Cognitive training and graded exercise are sometimes also used as a possible option for the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome.
Bioresonance Therapy As An Alternative Solution
Bioresonance therapy uses the body’s natural electromagnetic waves to find areas in the body that seems to be out of sync. The therapy has been suggested as an alternative option to more conventional treatment approaches taken to relieve the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. In some cases, underlying conditions and problems in the body may also be detected with the use of a Bicom device.
The Bicom device will record the readings received from the patient’s body. The practitioner who is trained in using the device will then reprogram the electromagnetic waves that were originally obtained – the new reprogrammed electromagnetic waves are then transmitted back to the patient’s body. The goal is to restore an optimal balance of these waves in their body, which promotes healing and helps the body address the underlying causes of chronic fatigue syndrome.
Chronic fatigue syndrome can be exceptionally uncomfortable for a patient since it causes them to experience a range of symptoms that make them feel tired and unwilling to participate in life’s usual activities. While no underlying conditions are usually found when tests are performed, patients should be aware that possible treatment options have been established. As an alternative therapeutic solution, bioresonance therapy has already been able to assist numerous patients in dealing with the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and is considered one of the few devices that can help to pinpoint a potential root cause.