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Your Complete Guide To Stem Cell Therapy For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Stem Cell Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a new alternative treatment that could help reduce fatigue and renew your outlook on life.
Additional reported improvements from stem cell therapy also include:
Reduced muscle pain
Boost in energy
Little to no recurring headaches
Overview: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a problematic and highly frustrating condition. It is difficult to diagnose, but currently, there is no cure, and doctors do not know what causes CFS.
However, other conditions may be linked to CFS, such as abnormal blood pressure, viral infections, a compromised immune system, and prolonged stress. Someone with CFS has difficulty completing daily activities and can also have trouble obtaining enough restful sleep. Other symptoms of CFS include:
- Difficulty concentrating/lack of focus
- Impaired memory
- Dizziness when trying to stand up from a bed or chair
- Chronic headaches
- Muscle pain and weakness
Treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Since CFS is difficult to diagnose, it usually takes about six months for an adult to receive an official diagnosis and about three months for children and teens. Your doctor will complete various tests to rule out any other possible conditions.
As a result of CFS, many people are not able to be as physically or socially active. Current treatments include cognitive training in combination with antidepressants and vitamins so individuals can manage symptoms.
New Treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Stem Cell Therapy
A new treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome is stem cell therapy. While this treatment is not a cure, it could help repair damaged tissue due to CFS, providing relief from painful symptoms.
Stem cells are smart and powerful cells that can quickly divide and multiply to rebuild the damaged area when injected into the affected area. Additionally, stem cells provide a boost to your immune system, an essential element for someone with a continuing condition.
Some patients have reported being successful with stem cell therapy for managing symptoms of CFS. Unfortunately, the FDA has not approved stem cell therapy for CFS, and researchers continue exploring possible treatments utilizing stem cells. However, please consult your doctor if you think you may be a candidate for stem cell therapy.
For more information, please do not hesitate to contact the team at Cendant Stem Cell Center.
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