Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a condition that many do not really understand. This is a sleep disorder which can become sever and can cause mental and physical exhaustion to many people. More and more healthy people are beginning to experience this condition, but it is still broadly unknown and misunderstood. There seems to be no good explanation for many of the symptoms that accompany this condition, just like there is no good reason for the fact that more women are affected by CFS than men.
It is also found that there are many secondary symptoms to the condition which you may or may not experience such as flu like symptoms, irregular heartbeat, stomach problems and respiratory problems. You may also experience chills or night sweats, but these are not used in diagnosing the condition.
Some times, a person will be able to tell you exactly when they became affected, but other times, they may just have the flu or allergies and begin feeling worse from there. Sometimes, they will have bronchitis that they do not recover from completely which will evolve into Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Some people will even claim that a vaccination, such as Hepatitis B has caused their CFS.
What Are The Other Symptoms?
Other patients have reported suffering from illnesses such as Lyme disease. It is also thought that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is caused from triggers such as car accidents, buying a home or moving and a stressful life situation. Many people report having felt out of sorts for a short amount of time before they began to experience CFS.
You may find that some of your CFS symptoms include losing sleep, flu like symptoms, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, hormone imbalances, body aches, headaches, exhaustion, swollen or tender lymph nodes and sensitivity to light, odors or noise.
In an effort to treat CFS, doctors will often prescribe sleep aids or antidepressants to help ease symptoms. Pain management techniques are also often used, as well as antibiotics if necessary to help treat and ease any under conditions which could be making your Chronic Fatigue worse.
You might also find that you benefit from learning the cycle of your condition, so that you can do more strenuous things when you're feeling better for the day and have more energy, and stick to relaxing when you feel exceptionally tired. In addition to treating your symptoms, this might be a good way to help you to get back to living your life. Learn to control your Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and do not let it control you.