"Tiredness", "pain", and "fever" are said to be three major alarms from the body. Without these, people may be able to work and play as much as they want, but their bodies will be in a serious condition. "Tiredness" tends to be missed or endured compared to "pain" and "fever". If you leave it alone without any action, fatigue will accumulate more and more, and recovery will take time.
Some fatigue is temporary, some can be recovered by rest or sleep, and some are chronic. The main causes are "lack of sleep", "stress", "undernutrition", and "disease". Sleep is the most effective way to get tired from the body and brain, but if you don't have enough time or poor quality, fatigue accumulates.
Stress can be physical and mental, but when both are in a stress edres position, you will feel tired. In addition, due to a displaced diet and disturbance of nutritional balance, nutrients that recover from fatigue cannot be obtained, and fatigue may be prolonged. You may feel tired or sluggish due to the effects of the disease and the side effects of the drug.
Tiredness tends to be influenced by the close connection between the body and the mind. If you feel tired, you can take measures, but it is easy to leave the fatigue that is hard to feel, such as "playing tired". If you leave your tiredness unattended, your brain will give you a signal to rest your body, which will reduce your concentration and thinking skills, and your performance will decline. In addition to the decrease in QOL due to fatigue, it can also become lethargic and impair immune function.
Take a healthy, restful meal every day, maintain a regular life rhythm, and eat a well-balanced diet. There is also tiredness to be eliminated by such a thing, but be careful if you can not take it. For fatigue that lasts more than six months, there may be another disorder hidden. In that case, it is recommended that you consult with a medical institution.
Chronic fatigue syndrome (Mansei Hirou Shokogun) is a disease in which fatigue of unexplained strength extends for a long period of time (generally more than 6 months). The concept of this disease was born in the United States, so English Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis,, Post-viral fatigue It is called CFS, ME, PVFS from the acronium of syndrome (post-virus-infected fatigue syndrome).
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the cure is 5% to 10% rare, but it is said that it will be improved by treatment or recovered to some extent. In Japan, it is estimated that approximately 380,000 people, 0.3% of the population, suffer from CFS, but due to their low awareness, it is thought that many patients have not received appropriate diagnosis or are misdiagnosed for depression, neurosis, menopause, autonomic ataxia, etc.
Symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome include sudden general malaise, slight fever, headache, weakness, decreased thinking, mental, neurological symptoms, and so on, in people who have been in good health until now. Chronic fatigue syndrome is currently not an effective treatment in Western medicine.
Symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome refer to the conditions of "qi", "blood" and "blood-blood" when analyzed in Chinese medicine. The air-inadelate type is more sluggish than energy. The energy is enough, but the flow is stuck, so the energy is not full all over the body. When this condition worsens, it becomes a "spirit" of lack of energy. It tends to cause tension and pain, and the pain increases when stress is strong. In summer, the temperature difference due to the outside heat and cooling tends to cause autonomic ataxia.
The blood-like type is in a state of full-body rustling due to lack of nutrition. The amount of blood is insufficient, and it is not possible to spread nourishment to the cell of the whole body. Therefore, the blood color is bad, hair and skin tend to dry, numbness of the limbs and dizziness are likely to occur, and it is not good at too much air conditioning. It can be said that it is easy to become blood collapse even after bleeding due to injury or surgery.