Chronic fatigue syndrome, which is characterized by extreme exhaustion that does not improve with rest or sleep and lingers for months or even years, is more prevalent in women than in men. Symptoms of the disorder include pain, sensitivity to light and sound, and cognitive difficulties.
At this time, there is no cure for CFS. Each patient has different symptoms; therefore, treatment varies, Home Remedies and Lifestyle Changes Modifying your lifestyle can help reduce your symptoms. Limiting or eliminating your caffeine intake will help you sleep better and ease your insomnia and in the regard of the therapy, they are two types of therapy psychological counseling
Major research on disease
Researchers have found that two treatments for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have long term benefits for people affected by the condition. A team of Oxford University, King's College London and Queen Mary University of London found that one who originally had CBT or GET were less likely to have sought additional therapy after the trial than those who originally had standard medical care alone or APT.
Prolonged fatigue is common in primary care, with a prevalence of 10%-25% (Level I). The prevalence of CFS in the community is 0.2%-0.7% (Level III-2), and 0.5%-2.5% in primary care (Level I). CFS predominantly affects young adults (Level I).CFS occurs in individuals from all socioeconomic groups (Level I).