Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue syndrome is diagnosed four times more often in women than in men. Symptoms include extreme tiredness, muscle and joint pain, swollen lymph nodes, headache, and memory loss.

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Doctors Are One Step Closer to a Lab Test for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
The new research offers more proof that chronic fatigue has a physical cause.
The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms to Know if You're Always Exhausted
Yes, chronic fatigue is a real, physical, and severe disorder. But the vast majority cases are undiagnosed. Learn about the classic signs—from exhaustion and memory problems to dizziness and pain.
Fight Fatigue Naturally With These 5 Daily Fixes
That second cup of coffee is not the only way to combat fatigue. Making a few changes to your daily routine might be all you need to feel more alert — and positive! — all day long.
7 Tips to Streamline Your Weeknights
Meetings, errands, carpools... the work week tends to be a big blur, which leaves you tired and exhausted come Friday night. Instead of letting the work week grind ruin your weekend, try some of the easy tips below to streamline your weeknights. Your sanity will thank you!
Exhausted? Taking Iron Can Cut Fatigue By 48%
In a recent study, women who took 80 milligrams of iron daily had a 48% drop in fatigue. They were otherwise healthy people whose iron levels were on the lower end of normal. If you're tired all the time, ask your doc to check your levels.
CDC: 1 in 3 Adults Sleep Less Than 7 Hours
More than one-third of U.S. adults average less than 7 hours of sleep per night, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.