Were you looking for information on Chronic Fatigue? Cronic fatigue is a common misspelling of chronic fatigue.
Chronic fatigue occurs when symptoms of exhaustion or lack of energy last for more than six months. While chronic fatigue syndrome is a condition, long-lasting fatigue is only one symptom.
Although the cause of this condition is unknown, infection, hormone levels, and stress are believed to play a role in its symptoms. Diseases that can cause fatigue include fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, chronic mononucleosis, and many others. The first step in treating this condition is to identify the cause. If you are experiencing fatigue, you may want to talk to your healthcare provider about the medications you are taking, any other symptoms you are having, and your exercise program.
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