People with chronic fatigue syndrome often feel so tired that they are unable to perform even half of their normal daily activities -- and the feeling doesn't go away, even with more rest. Twice as many women as men are diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. It may last a month, a couple of years, or many years. Sometimes symptoms may come and go.
The cause of chronic fatigue syndrome is unknown, but a virus or an immune system reaction may be responsible. Risk factors include extreme stress or anxiety, flu like illness that doesn't completely go away, and poor eating habits. Depression substantially influences the length and intensity of fatigue and disability.
Spinal manipulation boost energy and decrease pain in some people with the condition, having a stimulating effect on the nervous system.
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