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Chronic weakness

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 6, 2011
  • 05:46 AM

Depending upon one patient to another, chronic weakness also called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) can be brought about by a variety of different causes. However, CFS can be a symptom of some other underlying disease or complication. Thus, it is very important to be examined thoroughly by a medical professional. chronic weakness
The reasons primarily defined includes depression, iron deficiency anemia, low blood sugar, history of allergies, virus infection, dysfunction in the immune system, changes in hormone levels, low blood pressure disorders, psychological stress, etc.
There are few other symptoms for CFS: loss of memory or concentration, sore throat, painful or mildly enlarged lymph nodes in your neck or armpits, unexplained muscle pain, a new type of headache, pain that moves from one joint to another without any sign of swelling and unrepressed sleep. At-least four of these symptoms, held a very high chance of suffering from CFS.
There are numerous treatment options depending on the cause of CFS. For most causes, there is a very effective range of drugs that directly affect the causes of CFS and thus help eliminate the problems.

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