Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms

Chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms, or commonly called CFS, is a complex and incapacitating disease.


Chronic fatigue syndrome is manifested by severe fatigue that is not relieved by rest or sleep. This condition can get worse by mental and physical activity. Patients with chronic fatigue syndrome most frequently function at a significantly lower level of physical activity than they were competent at before the commencement of the disease which is the defining characteristic of the disease. Moreover, patients can report numerous vague symptoms including: muscle pain, weakness, impaired memory, dysfunctional mental concentration, and insomnia. In severe instances, this disease can persist for years.