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The Realities of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Those who suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome do not just get tired, they get completely exhausted, often to the point where it becomes impossible for them to preform normal everyday activities. Chronic fatigue is often so persistent that even a good night of sleep brings no relief.
Other symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome include poor memory, frequent yeast infections or candidiasis, trouble concentrating, dizziness, sore lymph nodes, muscle pain, sore throat and fever as well as depression.