Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Depression: Separate or Linked Entities?


Today we will analyze chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and its relationship with major depressive disorder. We will explore how many patients with CFS are told that they have depression as the main cause of the disease, and while this may be correct to some extent, in today's transmission we will discuss how they are separate but related diseases. In addition, this will be better understood by examining the underlying causes of each disease.

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    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Depression: Separate or Linked Entities?

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    1. Great to see this is being tackled here. I suffered for 10 years, looking back on it. Was told to get a job which I did and it got worse. In the end gave up my job having struggled for 8 years to keep it. No medication but lots of "diets" which partially worked. The biggest problem, aside from fatigue was memory. Reading a sentence I'd have forgotten the beginning of it so nothing made sense. Same with listening or speaking. So trying to make a doctor understand what was wrong with me was so frustrating. Oddly enough, as the CFS got better the IBS got worse so 20 years later I'm about 50% better than where CFS had me. At least I can read a lot more now. 😉

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