Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Guided self-help exercise programs could help patients with chronic fatigue syndrome.
Mitochondrial metabolism is one of the pathways affected in chronic fatigue syndrome.
The benefits of CBT and exercise can last over 2 years.
Due to new diagnostic criteria for ME/CFS, the NIH is renewing efforts to understand the disease.
Decreased rs-functional connectivity across brain regions was strongly correlated with fatigue severity.
Multidisciplinary rehabilitation was significantly more effective at reducing fatigue vs. cognitive behavioral therapy.
People with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome have reduced levels of cytokines in their cerebrospinal fluid.
The immune system changes were only observed in patients within the first three years of diagnosis.
The IOM committee proposed the name be changed to "Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease."
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