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Cfs Disease, How To Get Rid Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, How To Overcome Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ----- Cfs Disease, How To Get Rid Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, How To Overcome Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Chronic fatigue syndrome is a complex and debilitating disorder characterized by profound fatigue. The daily strain individuals suffer as a result of the condition is not mitigated with bed rest, and mental and physical activity can worsen its symptoms. Health can deteriorate to the point where the individual is bedridden. Chronic fatigue syndrome, or CFS, is partially attributed to “central sensitization”. Genetic, biological, psychological and infectious mechanisms have been proposed, but the etiology of chronic fatigue syndrome is not yet well understood and there may be several causes, including: • Immune system diseases • Interaction with toxins • Tense situations • Genetic disorders • A combination of factors CFS affects several body systems, and symptoms may include: • Chronic debilitating exhaustion • Insomnia • Impaired memory and / or mental concentration • Muscle pain • Weakness • Irritable bowel syndrome • Flu-like symptoms including muscle aches, headaches, chronic cough, and nausea • Poor quality of sleep • Joint pain without redness or swelling • Muscle pain • Tender lymph nodes in the neck or armpits • Fever • Sore throat • Feeling unwell after physical activities or exercise Because chronic fatigue syndrome is a debilitating disease, living with the disorder can be difficult. Daily lives are interrupted, and major lifestyle changes are necessary to adapt to limitations. Patients experience many difficulties, which include:

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