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Stem Cell Transplant for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is an incredibility debilitating physical condition. Sufferers feel extremely tired all the time and may find it hard to get out of bed or carry out day-to-day tasks.

If you have CFS, recovery from any physical activity takes a long time. Even if you have rested or slept for an extended period, you may still feel exhausted.

It has been estimated that up to 2.5 million Americans suffer from some form of chronic fatigue syndrome. As its name suggests, this is a condition that can seriously affect your quality of life for many years.

There are ways in which a stem cell transplant for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome may alleviate its symptoms and make life more bearable for people with CFS. Let’s look in detail at how such treatment might work.

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What causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

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There are believed to be two reasons why people suffer with CFS. It can be triggered by problems with your immune system, imbalances of hormones, and viral infections. Symptoms can also be brought on by lifestyle factors such as overwork, stress, and a lack of sleep.

Whatever the cause, sufferers find themselves laid low by feelings of extreme tiredness. There is no single “cure” for CFS, but there are treatments that can manage or lessen the severity of the symptoms. One of the options available is stem cell transplant for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

How does Stem Cell Therapy Work?

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Stem cell treatment supports decreased inflammation, helps your body’s immune system, and can generate healthy tissue to repair affected areas that might lead to CFS.

Stem cells are blank, or undifferentiated, cells that have not developed for a specific purpose. They can signal the body to repair, heal, and regenerate.

The stem cells we use at the Stemwell Clinic are harvested from the umbilical cords of healthy volunteer donors. Once collected, they can be injected into your body or introduced intravenously so that they can start to go to work.

The anti-inflammatory properties of stem cells make this form of treatment a good option for people suffering with CFS if it has been brought on by inflammation, including in your brain tissue.

A stem cell transplant for chronic fatigue syndrome can also boost your immune system and encourage healing, which may tackle some of the underlying causes of your CFS and improve your quality of life.

Speak to us About Stem Cell Transplant for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Our knowledgeable and highly professional team at the Stemwell Clinic will be delighted to tell you more about how stem cell therapy works, and how it might be an option for you.

If you decide to proceed, we will formulate a personalized treatment plan that is designed specifically to improve your situation. Please get in touch with us today to begin our conversation.

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