Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

What Causes And Contributes To Chronic Fatigue?

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Problems with immunity may also be a contributing factor in the development of chronic fatigue syndrome. When the immune system is low, many people tend to feel chronically fatigued. It also makes developing a viral infection more likely. Hormonal imbalances may cause abnormal levels of hormones in the blood. These imbalances may cause chronic fatigue. 

Risk factors for developing the condition include individuals in their forties or fifties and those with high-stress levels. Women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. Side effects or complications of the disorder aside from being chronically exhausted include frequent missed work days, depression and social isolation, and a restricting lifestyle.

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