Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a complex disorder with its main characteristic being extreme fatigue that cannot be explained by any specific underlying medical condition.
Clinically, medications are only available to control the symptoms and not to cure the condition. It is an illness that creates physical and emotional struggles, and can lead to disability.
Diagnosing CFS is quite difficult because symptoms often mimic other conditions and illnesses. There is no single test to diagnose CFS. When you begin to find yourself tired, day after day and your fatigue does not go away, it is time to take notice that something may be wrong.
Close monitoring of your physical symptoms, daily activity and sleep levels are necessary Continue reading