Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a Legitimate Medical Condition Syndrome Linked to Neurological Abnormalities

CHRONIC fatigue syndrome
NERVOUS system -- Diseases
MULTIPLE sclerosis
LUPUS
FATIGUE

Abstract:The article presents a study conduced by the Georgetown University Medical Center which provides evidence on the linkage of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) to neurological abnormalities. Patients with CFS experience painful symptoms such multiple sclerosis and lupus. The disorder is characterized by profound fatigue that may get worse with physical and mental activity.

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