Fatigue is a common symptom that occurs in healthy people. There are four main reasons for its occurrence: First, the intensity of work is high; second, the physical condition of the body is not very good or has basic diseases; the third is stress or emergency emergencies, such as entrance examinations, etc. It will cause fatigue; the fourth is the influence of seasonal factors, such as the fatigue at the turn of winter and spring and the summer and autumn. These fatigues, we generally can gradually adjust through the rest. However, there is a kind of fatigue that cannot be improved after a break. This may be due to chronic fatigue syndrome.
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a group of syndromes characterized by persistent or recurrent fatigue, with multiple neurological and psychiatric symptoms, but no organic and psychiatric disorders. There are two main features: First, the fatigue lasts longer (more than 6 months), neither because of a lot of work, nor because of other diseases. More importantly, this feeling of fatigue does not reduce after stopping work or rest, and still feels tired when you do nothing, so it has a significant impact on daily life and work. The second is often accompanied by other problems, such as discomfort after exercise, physical recovery after sleep, short-term memory impairment, muscle pain, joint pain (no redness), sore throat, headache.
The causes of chronic fatigue syndrome are still unclear, and the nervous, endocrine, immune, digestive, and circulatory systems caused by long-term excessive mental and physical labor, irregular eating and eating, stressful work and excessive psychological stress, and stress. The dysfunction is closely related. At the same time, there is evidence that patients with chronic fatigue syndrome often have auxotrophs. The five most prominent symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome include: fatigue after sleep, muscle pain, fatigue that cannot be relieved, impaired thinking and memory, and joint pain. Long-term chronic fatigue will reduce the coordination of the body. When completing physical work or fine work, the feeling is not enough, affecting the normal operation of multiple systems of the body, palpitations, unstable blood pressure, memory loss, inattention, Symptoms such as slow response. Over time, chronic fatigue syndrome can make people feel emotionally anxious, irritable and irritable, and may also cause different levels of psychological barriers.
How to fight chronic fatigue syndrome?
Some of the following measures can help patients with chronic fatigue syndrome to control symptoms and improve quality of life.
1,Daily time management is very important. Every 20 to 30 minutes in the sky for rest and simple exercise, so that the spirit can be relaxed.
2, tea and coffee do not drink, the compounds contained in the beverage, such as tannins in tea and chlorogenic acid in coffee, once combined with various minerals in foods and supplements, will reduce the body to other The absorption of substances makes the body lack the necessary vitamins and minerals.
3, appropriate snoring can effectively alleviate fatigue and enhance the body’s energy.
4,Perform some mild exercise or stretching activities at least four hours before going to bed to improve sleep.
Once diagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome, treatment is required under the guidance of a doctor. In daily life, it is necessary to ensure adequate rest and sleep, and regular exercise training, such as walking, jogging, yoga, etc., and activities and exercises that are within reach. (Reprinted from Science China)