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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms




What are some chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms?

This health conditions affects women 2 to 4 times more often then men. Experts don't know why that is the case. It seems to hit men and women in their 40s or 50s and anyone of any age can be affected.

The difficulty with this condition, also known as CFS, is that we don't know what the risk factors are and there is no known cause or illness that leads to this condition.

In general, a person with CFS experiences flu-like symptoms which drain the energy from a person causing mild to severe fatigue. Unlike the flu, chronic fatigue syndrome can last for years. Chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms can include the following:
  • Extreme fatigue and physical exhaustion that last for more than 24 hours following physical or mental exercise
  • Loss of concentration and possibly memories of recent events

  • Sore throat, expanded lymph nodes in the armpits or neck

  • Muscle soreness or pains, join pains, redness or swelling

  • Headache not of the usual type experienced

  • Insomnia and sleep disturbance

In addition, many other symptoms also can be found such as allergies, chest pain, diarrhea, abdominal pain, bloating, fainting spells, dizziness, dry mouth, jaw pain, nausea, irregular heartbeats, chills, visual disturbances, tingling sensations, weight loss or gain, shortness of breath irritability, depression, panic attacks and anxiety disorders.

With this huge list of general and non-specific symptoms it is no wonder the cause of this condition can be next to impossible to find out. However, doctors can diagnose this problem with a minimum of four symptoms or persistent fatigue that has occurred for longer than six months along with tender points in specific parts of the body.

When to Seek Medical Advice

When you experience excessive fatigue or the symptoms that it affects your daily activities, it is time to see a healthcare professional.

Emotional Support Group and Friends

Not only do the person suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome needs support from healthcare professionals and the immediate family members, even their friends need to understand this health problem.

Quite often, a person with CFS is depressed and fatigued and does not want to engage in social activities with their friends.

If needed, he or she can join support groups that can provide ideas and coping techniques from others who also suffer from the same condition.

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