Patient Advocacy Groups Demand Serious Look at Fatigue

The Associated Press reports that patient advocacy groups demand a new name for the disease known as chronic fatigue syndrome, with intentions for the disease to be taken more seriously by healthcare providers. Between 836,000 and 2.5 million Americans suffer from the disorder, consisting of persistent and profound fatigue, worsening fatigue after exertion and unsatisfying sleep despite exhaustion. FusionHealth encourages individuals suffering from chronic poor sleep to seek an evaluation to determine they are suffering from a sleep disorder.
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