Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) has not been recognized in the medical community for long. In fact, it first became a noted in the 1990’s, and received it’s official medical status in the 2000’s.
For a diagnosis of CFS to be given, the patient’s symptoms must include fatigue or lethargy, and this must have been causing a 50 percent loss of physical and social function, for at least six months. Continue reading “Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”