Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS):

Myalgic encephalomyelitis, more commonly known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a complex and disabling disease.

The World Health Organization classified this syndrome as a neurological disorder, though it affects many systems of the body, including the brain, muscles, digestion, immune and cardiac systems.

Chronic fatigue syndrome can make it difficult for individuals to complete usual daily tasks and may lead to confinement in bed.

Though much research has been done, there is no clear cause for this syndrome. For some, it can be triggered suddenly by an infection, toxic exposure, or even trauma, but for others it may develop slowly over months and years. It’s a complex, multi-system chronic illness that can show many symptoms, including problems with thinking, pain or aches in the muscles, joints or head, palpitations, allergies, urinary problems, weight change and more.

Lymphatic Massage for CFS: A Promising Path to Relief

It’s time for some gentle care, and to understand how lymphatic massage can nurture your skin. In this guide you’ll find a clear path to skin wellness and discover the benefits of lymphatic massage.

How Lymphatic Massage can Help

It’s time for some gentle care, and to understand how lymphatic massage can benefit CFS!

Boosting Lymphatic Flow:

Chronic fatigue syndrome is often characterised by persistent fatigue and flu-like symptoms. However, with lymphatic massage, lymphatic flow can be stimulated, enhancing immune function and energy levels in patients with CFS.

Alleviating Muscle Tension:

Due to the muscle pain and tension associated with CFS, discomfort can be pretty standard with this syndrome. But with the gentle technique’s associated with lymphatic massage, muscle tension can be relieved, promoting relaxation and reduced discomfort.

Improving Sleep Quality:

CFS can disrupt sleep patterns leading to some pretty substantial sleep disturbances. This is why lymphatic massage can be so beneficial for individuals with this complex illness: it can promote better sleep by reducing stress and anxiety often associated with CFS.

Enhancing Overall Wellbeing:

Living with chronic fatigue isn’t just painful and debilitating, but it can also have a pretty big emotional and psychological impact. For this reason, lymphatic massage can be incredibly beneficial. Outside of the wealth of health benefits, it can also provide mental relaxation and emotional support, improving overall quality of life.

Starting the Journey: How to Begin Lymphatic Massage for CFS

With Chelsey Jean, we’ll help you learn everything there is to know about lymphatic massages but, more than that, we have the resources you need to make it possible. Our entire system is designed to help individuals take back control of their health and get their lymphatic system working like clockwork.

Use the Special Bundle to detox, drain and revitalise your whole body through the power of the lymphatic system, designed to assist with circulation and swelling, break up blockages and reduce pain and inflammation while removing toxins within. It can be a great way to ease post-op swelling.

The CJ&CO Compression System is popular among individuals with health conditions, however, as it’ll do all the work FOR you.

So you can just sit back, watch TV, and let this system re-educate the lymphatic system to start flowing better, rehabilitate your muscles and finally get your lymph fluid draining.