Monday, 30 April 2012

Unravelling Chronic Fatigue Sndrome

The mystery of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is finally starting to reveal itself to the medical community. I came across an article called "The Mystery of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Uncovered" on and it goes on to talk about how activity in the motor control and motivation centers of the brain are different in a CFS patient compared to those waves of a normal, or controlled, subject. 

This new information is one step closer to figuring out what causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and how to treat it or even cure it. It's the same case with any new disease you don't know what you're looking for until you've found it, only then can you begin to then treat the symptoms or cure the underlying cause(s).

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