Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Are you suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, if so you have come to the right place.

  • How would you like to have your energy levels increased?
  • How would you like to be free of the muscular pains associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

For more information or an appointment contact John O’Reilly on (086)3338886 or e-mail him at

Therapy Rooms located in Limerick City.


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is an unexplained underlying medical condition that is debilitating and can result in severe impairment in a person’s life. It can result in extreme fatigue, lack of concentration, muscle pains, headaches, and extreme exhaustion. No single cause for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has been identified to date[1].

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is strongly associated with other stress related issues such as irritable bowel syndrome, depression, and its symptoms can overlap with the symptoms of fibromyalgia.

Examination and treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome by Combo Therapy’s new interview and treatment techniques indicates that this condition is very similar to anxiety as it’s symptoms are consistent with a survival response of ‘Freeze’.  Such a survival response could result in the lowering of energy to a level near sheer exhaustion, and / or the inclusion of muscular pains in order to ensure the person is prevented from engaging in activities or events that are mistakenly seen by the survival unit (Amygdala) as being dangerous or threatening. Combo Therapy is of the opinion that the resulting conditions of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome are designed to keep the sufferer safe from participating or engaging in the incorrectly perceived fear based activities or events causing the suffer to feel safe by staying in the safety of their room. This usually is the one place the suffer finds relief from their symptoms.

According to the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academies of Science (in Washington, D.C.), CFS/ME affects between 836,000 and 2.5 million Americans, and an estimated 84–91% of people with the disorder have not yet been diagnosed[2]. Women are more often affected than men, and although the average age of onset is 33,5  Chronic Fatigue Syndorme also affects between 0.2% and 2.3% of children and adolescents[3].

Good News

Combo Therapy has had success in treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome with it’s new technique that dissolves the cycles of pain associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and improves energy levels . Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is usually accompanied by impaired memory and concentration; this lack of concentration or memory recall may be caused by cognitive impairment. Cognitive impairment also occurs with anxiety and it is also caused by the survival unit in the brain hijacking the logical thinking part of the brain (Cortex) when ever it is triggered – this is easily recognised as the suffer just cannot think or process any information when it occurs. This also has been successfully treated by Combo Therapy’s new techniques. These have already worked with persons suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome.

These symptoms can be treated by identifying and stopping the cycles associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. This technique has been developed as a result of 34 years of dealing with people’s experiences of negative emotions and feelings associated with life’s traumatic experiences; together with nearly 10 years of research into the psychological effects of trauma on behaviour.

Combo therapy has been designed to identify all cycles of pain, sensations and feelings associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome within the body. This new therapy techniques dissolves such issues associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Clients energy levels are improved, their pains dissolved and their sheer exhaustion or lack of energy will be improved. These releases allows the suffer to move on with their lives with increased positivity and energy levels and in addition these improvements also have a positive knock on effect on one’s physical and mental state of health and well-being.

Contact John O’Reilly on IRL (086) 3338886 or for more information or appointment.



[1] S.T. Holgate, A.L. Komaroff, D. Mangan, S. Wessely  Chronic fatigue syndrome: understanding

   a complex illness Nat Rev Neurosci, 12 (2011 Jul 27), pp. 539–544

[2] Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS): Key Facts. Online document at:*/media/Files/Report%20Files/2015/MECFS/ MECFS_KeyFacts.pdf Accessed March 14, 2015.

[3] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) in Children and Adolescents. Online document at: pediatric/index.html Accessed March 9, 2015.


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