CFS is the short form for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome that is also known as Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS). The main symptom of this illness is severe fatigue that doesn’t disappear with rest and that gets worse with activity.

This is why the majority of people cannot maintain the same lifestyle that they had before the illness appeared.

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In order for the condition to be diagnosed as CFS the situation has to be ongoing for at least six months and there is also need for some other symptoms that characterize this condition to appear.

These symptoms include sore throat, muscle pain, joint pain, headaches of some kind, insomnia and malaise.

The occurrence of this condition is four times higher in case of women than in case of men. Usually it appears between the ages of 40 and 60, but there are some women who are dealing with this condition since they are very young.

There is no method to diagnose this condition, so the doctors will have to rule out other conditions before being sure that they have to treat you for CFS. Another true fact about this condition is that there is no actual remedy.

There are several kinds of medication that might treat certain aspects or symptoms of the illness, but the problem itself can’t be completely eliminated.

People experience different symptoms when having this kind of condition, and there aren’t two cases in which two different people feel exactly the same. This is why it happens that some people get extremely weakened, not being able to leave their home while others are able to live a nearly-normal life even while having this condition.

In order to be able to accept the situation and keep a positive thinking which will help dealing with the condition, counseling or therapy might be needed. This is something that you could discuss with your doctor.