The acceleration of the pace of life affects the physical and psychological state of a person. Endless stress and lack of sleep can not effect well-being in a positive way. Today, chronic fatigue syndrome is a common disease. The disease is difficult to diagnose, but there are certain symptoms that can help identify the disease and cure it in a timely manner.
Causes of chronic fatigue syndrome.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is not news for a modern person. Today, society is increasingly plunging into the abyss: attempts to keep up with a frantic rhythm, an excess of information, stress and a lot of things that need to be done. There is simply no time to relax.
Chronic fatigue syndrome has recently been recognized in the medical community as a disease that requires specialized treatment. This syndrome is also called a “disease with many names.” However, in 1994, a single name was adopted – chronic fatigue syndrome. Stress, provoking an overload on the nervous system, leads to the development of this disease. Most often, it occurs in women.
The disease is most harmful to the central nervous and immune systems. The disease can occur at any age, even children are susceptible to it, but, most often, it manifests itself at the age of twenty to forty years. As a rule, the disease affects young people who have reached a certain status and position in society – teachers, entrepreneurs, doctors.