Tag Archives: chronic fatigue syndrome
There are several causes of low energy including poor sleep, medical conditions, poor nutrition, lack of physical exercise, and stress. But research suggests that for some, low energy and constant fatigue may stem from your genetic make-up.
There’s a huge… Read More
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a debilitating condition for patients as they constantly live with low energy. It can make daily life a struggle and the worst part is that there aren’t FDA-approved treatments for it, so patients are often… Read More
The transition into menopause can be quite difficult for women, and feelings of chronic fatigue are one of their most common complaints. This is thought to be the result of hormone level changes as a woman gets older. This rise… Read More
We all get tired from time to time, whether it’s after a long day’s work or taking care of some rambunctious children all day—our physical and mental state often feel completely drained to a point where we look forward to… Read More
A molecular pattern has been discovered with regards to cognitive dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome, giving hope for improved diagnosis and treatment. The researchers uncovered a unique pattern of immune molecules in the cerebrospinal fluid in people with myalgic… Read More
Chronic fatigue syndrome patients experience long-term benefits from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and graded exercise therapy (GET), in comparison to standard care. Researchers reached out to participants 2.5 years after the original study was completed to see how they were… Read More
From time to time we all feel tired. Usually, getting a good night’s sleep or drinking a cup of coffee can fix this. But when tiredness is so severe that it actually begins to impede on your day-to-day life you… Read More
Depression and chronic fatigue syndrome, although different, may actually be linked. In both conditions, the patient will feel extremely fatigued, regardless of the sleep quality the night before. It is possible that a patient may have depression and chronic fatigue… Read More
Winter tiredness stems from an increased production of melatonin, the hormone regulating our sleep-wake cycle. When it’s dark, our body believes it is time to go to sleep, so it makes more melatonin. Hence, sunlight is a good way to… Read More
This roundup presents the latest in health news covering Alzheimer’s, heart failure, chronic kidney disease, cardiovascular disease, adrenal fatigue, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
This week, we discussed the link between amyloid proteins that trigger Alzheimer’s disease and an increased risk… Read More
This chronic fatigue syndrome update presents articles about fibromyalgia, early menopause, irritable bowel syndrome, and visual stress. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a condition in which the individual constantly feels too tired to perform any activity – even the ones… Read More
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a condition in which the individual constantly feels too tired to perform any activity – even activities they enjoy. Worse yet, no amount of sleep or coffee can shake off this constant feeling of being… Read More