Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Symptoms, Causes and Treatments Explained
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is the diagnosis before the ‘bad diagnosis’ – cancer, organ failure, etc. Chronic fatigue can be paraphrased as, we do not know what is wrong, but something is wrong1. If you are experiencing longer than 6-months of fatigue during activity or rest, restless sleep, memory, focus and concentration difficulties, then you may be diagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome. If you are experiencing these difficulties, do not wait until it progresses. If you are experiencing this now, ignoring the problem will only make it worse. Unfortunately, when left untreated, it will become something much worse in time.