Chronic Fatigue is a disorder that is characterized by extreme fatigue that doesn’t seem to come from any one underlying medical condition. According to the Mayo Clinic, Chronic fatigue syndrome has nine official signs and symptoms, including the central symptom that gives the condition its name. See the description for a list of the symptoms.
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Introduction to Chronic Fatigue
Chronic Fatigue is a disorder that is characterized by extreme fatigue that doesn’t seem to come from any one underlying medical condition. According to the Mayo Clinic, Chronic fatigue syndrome has nine official signs and symptoms, including the central symptom that gives the condition its name:
- Loss of memory or concentration
- Sore throat
- Enlarged lymph nodes in your neck or armpits
- Unexplained muscle pain
- Pain that moves from one joint to another without swelling or redness
- Headache of a new type, pattern or severity
- Un-refreshing sleep
- Extreme exhaustion lasting more than 24 hours after physical or mental exercise
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Short Description of Chronic Fatigue
Chronic fatigue also known as ME or myalgic encephalitis is a long-term disease that features a wide range of symptoms. It can affect anyone including kids and is more common in women. It usually develops between the mid-20s and mid-40s.
Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue
Main symptom of chronic fatigue is extreme tiredness and it also includes the following:
- Sleep problems
- Joint and muscle pain
- Sore throat or glands that are not swollen
- Difficulty in remembering, focusing and concentrating
- Flu-like symptoms
- Dizziness or feeling sick
- Heart palpitations
About Chronic Fatigue
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a disorder that is characterized by extreme tiredness or fatigue that is not relieved by rest and cannot be attributed to another medical cause. It is also known as myalgic encephalitis or ME as well as systemic exertion intolerance disease (SEID). The reason what causes chronic fatigue to happen is still not fully understood yet. However, there are some theories like psychological stress, viral infection or a combination of factors. Since no single cause has been identified and the fact that many other known conditions create similar symptoms, CFS is very difficult to diagnose. There are no tests to determine with finality if someone is suffering from CFS but your doctor can rule out other possible causes for the cause of the fatigue when looking for a diagnosis. In the past, CFS was considered a controversial diagnosis, today it is an established medical condition. Chronic fatigue syndrome can affect anybody but is more common in women and the age range is between their 40s and 50s. Currently, there is no cure for the condition but proper treatment can relieve most symptoms.
Etiology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
At the moment the exact causes of CFS is yet to be determined by research. Experts believe there are contributing factors to the development of the condition such as: viruses, a weak immune system, hormonal imbalance and stress. There is also a distinct possibility that some people are genetically predisposed to developing chronic fatigue syndrome. While it is true that the disease can develop sometimes after a bout from a viral infection, no single type of virus has been known to cause it. There are some virus infections that have been studied in relation to to CFS and these are: rubella, Ross River virus, human herpes virus 6 and Epstein-Barr virus. Bacterial infection such as those caused by Coxiella burnetii and Mycoplasma pneumonia have also been considered and studied in relation to chronic fatigue syndrome.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), chronic fatigue syndrome may be the end stage of various different conditions as opposed to just a single issue. As a matter of fact, 1 in 10 people that suffered from EBV, Ross River virus or Coxiella burnetii will develop a condition that matches the criteria needed to diagnose CFS. Moreover, researchers say that those that suffered from severe symptoms with any of the above three infections are at a higher risk for developing the disease. There are people with CFS that have weakened immune systems but doctors still do not know whether or not it is enough to cause the syndrome. The same is true for people with hormonal imbalance.
Risk Factors for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
The illness is most common in people in their 40s and 50s. Sex also plays a major role as it is two to four times more likely to be diagnosed in women than men. Other factors that can help increase the likelihood of developing symptoms of the syndrome are: genetic predisposition, stress, allergies and environmental factors. Symptoms of CFS vary depending on the person and the severity of the condition with fatigue that is extreme enough to disrupt daily activities to be the most common. In order for chronic fatigue syndrome to be diagnosed there should be a significant reduction of the person’s ability to perform normal daily activities with fatigue must last for at least 6 months and it should not be relieved by bed rest. CFS can also cause sleeping problems like the feeling unrefreshed after a night’s rest, chronic insomnia and other sleep issue symptoms. Apart from that, people also experience loss of memory, inability to focus and orthostatic hypotension. Physical symptoms of the disease include: muscle pain, frequent headaches, joint pain with swelling or redness, frequent sore throat, swollen and tender lymph nodes in the armpits and neck. Patients suffering symptoms are affected in cycles, with periods that are worse and then improve. Sometimes the symptoms of the illness can disappear completely and is referred to as a remission but can also appear again later or relapse. This cycle of remission and relapse make it very difficult to manage symptoms but it is possible to get relief through traditional and complementary or alternative means such as sound therapy.
Prognosis of CFS
Even with increased efforts to determine the causes of the illness, CFS is still a very complex medical condition with no cure or lasting treatment. Recovery rate for the illness is at 5% only and management of symptoms remains a challenge for medical professionals. There are some lifestyle changes that can help in order to adapt to the chronic fatigue but may also result in depression, social isolation and anxiety. A support group is helpful for people suffering from the illness. The disease also progresses differently in everyone so it is important that a team approach is needed that meets the patient’s needs.