Saying Goodbye to Chronic Fatigue
Medical science is able to measure certain values and superficially rule out known diseases. We call this anamnesis — a case history. Patients are amazed; doctors often as well.
Of course, when the measurements go off the board, and treatment is unsuccessful, this is the time to look for other methods. Natural methods are ideal, and most of them are effective under expert supervision. After millennia, Chinese medicine and healers are back in the forefront of treatments. The perfect doctor searches for a cure and ends with the popular syndrome from the diagnostic table.
The chronically fatigued body is a classic case of an immune system deficit. We all know well how essential the immune system is and how closely it is connected with our emotions. In other words, it is untreatable if the brain does not want to be in sync with our circumstances in life, regardless of what is painful to our bodies.
These pains, most of them chronic, are thus the mental or psychosomatic results of an individual’s brain who has given up on certain things that go on repeating in his or her life. Eventually, they have their manifestations in reality. This diagnosis typically accompanies swollen glands, fatigue, and temperatures which are not high but weigh down on the meta bolism.
The majority are slightly increased temperatures, 37°C to 37.4°C (98.6°F to 99.3°F). It can also mean sensitivity to cold, problems in getting to sleep, short-term memory loss, hearing problems, tinnitus (ringing in one’s ears), night sweats, heaviness in breathing, and even depression.
There are so many medical findings in diagnosing patients. All of the above form a medical anamnesis. Unfortunately, nothing is given in addition to the confirmation that one is troubled by chronic fatigue syndrome.
A regimen to cure the thinking of such troubled individuals is impossible globally, but not on an individual basis. Unfortunately, such a person understands the world and its demands as a usurper of his possibilities. Chronic fatigue syndrome is fatigue from the outside world itself, which the individual does not understand and is not able to adapt to with his or her psychological constitution.
The leading roles here are played by prenatal memory, maternal love, and relationships to the mother and to the family. Why? Because childhood misunderstanding and repeated situations in which every child finds himself or herself without adequate support adds to this diagnosis the mindset of being yet more closed off to the surrounding world.
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