There is no shortcut for curing chronic diseases. If there was one, the disease would not have become chronic in the first place.
Chronic fatigue syndrome
It is a debilitating and complex disorder characterized by profound fatigue of six months or longer duration that is not improved by bed rest and that may be worsened by physical or mental activity.
The exact cause of chronic fatigue syndrome is not yet known
Any of these factors may be aggravate chronic fatigue syndrome
The symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome are vague and can vary widely from person to person
Forgetfulness or difficulty concentrating
Muscle pain or multi-joint pain without swelling
Unrefreshing sleep and vague feelings of illness or depression after exerting oneself, lasting more than 24 hours following exertion headaches of a new type, pattern, or severity
Tiredness that lasts longer than 24 hours and not improved even after sleep
In addition, any of the above symptoms associated with the fatigue must have occurred for at least 6 or more months in a row. Also, continuous fatigue should have been the first noticeable symptom of illness.
Other symptoms can include mild fever, blurry vision, chills, night sweats, diarrhea, and fluctuations in appetite and weight.
Academic or social problems brought on by the illness, such as missed school, poor performance, or withdrawal from friends and social situations.
Is recommended in to improve the symptoms and treat the underlying cause.
Patients need to be advised to manage stress and take a healthy diet.
Counseling is required to increase the self-confidence of the patients.