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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue disorder, or the ‘yuppie flu’ is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue, not resolved by bed rest. The condition can be aggravated by mental or physical activity. Persons suffering from CFS exhibit a substantially lower level of functionality when compared to their counterparts.

Triggered by modern lifestyles that make constant demands on our time and energy, the chronic fatigue syndrome has become more common in recent times. Guard yourself and stay energized. Learn how at this support group.


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