Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms are extreme fatigue, brain fog,
gastro-intestinal problems, headaches, frequent sore throats, sleep
problems, abnormal temperature and general pain. The following Chronic
Fatigue Syndrome Symptoms are also common amongst sufferers:
Pain in joints and muscles, sore throat and headaches.
Poor concentration, brain fog and poor short-term memory. Inability to
understand or retrain what is read.
Disturbed sleep patterns leading to unrefreshing sleep.
Tender lymph nodes in neck, armpits and groin. Chills and night sweats.
Extreme fatigue after physical activity lasting 24 hours or more.
Sensitivity to light, noise, heat/cold, odours, chemicals and
medications. Wheat and gluten Intolerance. Intolerance to alcohol.
Irritability, anxiety, panic attacks and personality changes.
Depression and mood swings often result from the debilitating effects
of the condition.
Irritable bowel, candida, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, constipation and
Shortness of breath, dizziness and balance problems. Coldness in the
hands and feet. Tingling and/or burning sensations in the face or
extremities. Dryness of the mouth and eyes. Menstrual problems
including PMS and endometriosis; chest pains; rashes; ringing in the
ears (tinnitus), light-headedness; fainting; muscle twitching and