We all know how tiredness feels like – we feel it now and then. Our go-to response when we feel tired is to rest or go to sleep in the hopes that after some time, we may feel refreshed and ready to work again. But this may not happen all the time. Sometimes fatigue persists even after we wake up.
Chronic fatigue syndrome or myalgic encephalomyelitis is an extreme condition of fatigue that persists for months. This may be present because of certain medical problems and treatments. This is why patients with chronic or serious health conditions may feel that they are more tired than others. Fatigue may also be a side effect of a medication. That’s why it’s best to seek help from your physician so they can walk you through all the details of your medication.
Feeling tired can prevent you from getting the most out of life. Fortunately, physical therapists can help you manage chronic fatigue syndrome or CFS. Get the complete Home Health & Hospice in Kansas today!
Physical therapy is part of the many services provided in our Home Health in Wichita, Kansas. Our goal is to help improve your ability to do daily activities and ease your discomfort. The following components may be included in your physical therapy program to address fatigue.
- Energy-saving techniques
- Movement and strengthening exercises
- Hands-on therapy