Tag Archives: Fatigue

Reblog: Saving Face with a Chronic Illness – by Fibronacci at Pain(t)h.D.

I can relate to this so much. A zombie-like existence in a dystopian reality only I could see sums up nicely my 12 years of academic/work life before I crashed completely and left. I often wonder what sort of support … Continue reading

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Reblog: Endlessly Exhausted Zebra – The Disability File

For reasons not entirely understood, a high percentage of people with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome experience chronic fatigue.  Whether it’s officially diagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome or not, it’s a very real phenomenon that impacts daily life.  It can cause memory loss, … Continue reading

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Link: Too Tired: EDS and Fatigue

Chronic pain and fatigue are two most severe problems present in EDS-HT patients that affect daily life considerably. Many relevant studies related to fatigue in EDS-HT and management strategies are enumerated and referenced in the presentation, “Too Tired: EDS and Fatigue” … Continue reading

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When is Fatigue a Disease?

Fatigue or profound tiredness is a serious problem in connective tissue disorders, fibromyalgia, and many other chronic illnesses. Dealing with chronic fatigue made me familiar with a whole community of people who deal with challenging levels of fatigue on a … Continue reading

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