Founder of Health Rising and Phoenix Rising
A study found that people with chronic fatigue syndrome regularly experienced five different types of fatigue while healthy controls only regularly experienced one.
- ‘Post-exertional fatigue (or malaise)’ occurs after physical or mental exertion; it is considered a hallmark symptom of this disease.
- ‘Brain fog’ – involves having difficulty with words and concentration; it is considered a hallmark symptom of this disease
- ‘Wired But Tired fatigue’ – is characterized by low energy levels accompanied by a feeling of over stimulation
- ‘Molasses Fatigue’ – is characterized by a feeling of heaviness in the limbs
- Flu-like fatigue