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Is Chronic Fatigue Really the Dysfunction of the Body?

What happens when you suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome? Is it just extreme tiredness, or are there other problems associated with the disorder? Here are some of the ways that CFS affects your body.

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MS Lassitude: A few types of fatigue are associated with MS, including lassitude, which is more severe than regular fatigue. Try these tips for coping.

MS Lassitude: A few types of fatigue are associated with MS, including lassitude, which is more severe than regular fatigue. Try these tips for coping.

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It's not sympathy that we need but understanding, education and awareness. When a doctor says you're a nightmare patient what are you supposed to, cause that's what a doctor said to me. People think because we don't look ill all is well but they have no idea of the suffering that goes in inside and the struggle to live a "normal life"

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Yes, I remember this one when I used to have #endometriosis

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from Verywell

The Illustrated Guide to Knee Pain

The Illustrated Guide to What's Causing Your Knee Pain: Step 5 of 5 - Specific Location of Knee Pain

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from Harvard Health

Calories burned in 30 minutes for people of three different weights

Don't mind the picture...Calories burned in 30 minutes for people of three different weights - Harvard Health

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Stress is a health hazard. MIND BODY CONNECTION. what you think equates to what happens to your body, try to eat well and stay calm.

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How does fibromyalgia effect speech? As the brain struggles to deal with the signals coming from the myriad of pain receptors which are being bombarded by the Fibromyalgia so to the brain struggles to process cognitive tasks such as memory recall and speech.

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from Spine-health

Open Letter from a Person with Chronic Pain

Or even sitting,let alone standing! Chronic pain is chronic... Most people cannot tell if a person has a chronic pain illness simply by looking at them.Many people who do not feel the first-hand effects of chronic pain do not understand what is being dealt with.

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A thousand times NO!!! I wasted an extraordinary amount of time and money with health care professionals who were "sceptical" to say the most and derisive and rude to say the least. Educated health care professionals KNOW this exists.

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