Chronic Fatigue


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a complicated disorder characterized by extremely high levels of fatigue. This syndrome may last for months and generally worsens with mental or physical activity. Just taking rest might not be completely effective against CFS syndrome.

While there is no single test or factor behind this condition, we approach CFS treatment by trying to reduce the extreme symptoms. This includes low-dose Chronic Fatigue Syndrome treatment medications, sleep and behavior counseling, and low-intensity exercise regimens.


Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue


The symptoms of CFS or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome might differ from person to person. The severity of the symptoms may also fluctuate on a daily basis.

The common CFS symptoms are:

  • Concentration or memory problems
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Enlarged lymph nodes in the armpits or neck
  • Joint or muscle pain
  • Dizziness
  • Ineffective sleep
  • Depression
  • High exhaustion after a mental or physical exercise

Our Approach


There is no single test or specific fatigue treatment. Hence, we focus on treatment to relieve symptoms. We begin by addressing the most disabling and disruptive symptoms of chronic fatigue. Our experts test the patients' symptoms and provide them with the required treatment according to their chronic fatigue diagnosis.

Our treatment process includes:


We deploy different medical therapies and regimens to diagnose and treat the underlying cause of CFS. Simply prescribing pills is not a solution to the problem. Instead, we conduct a full evaluation, with close follow-ups, to achieve individualized planning and regimentation.



  • Counseling: When required, our expert counselors talk to the patients to help them build their coping skills, address their workplace limitations, and help improve their relationships with family and friends.
  • Addressing sleep problems: The doctors evaluate sleep issues and remedy those based on the causes. Sleep apnea, for instance, may be one of the significant factors causing insomnia and fatigue. Symptoms for sleep apnea may include daytime sleepiness and morning headaches.
  • Exercise regimens: Our experts suggest low-intensity exercise regimens, which gradually increase over time. Aggressive exercising can lead to the worsening of the symptoms of extreme fatigue. Hence, the suggested activities are according to the tolerance level of the patient.
  • Medical therapy, if required.

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