New research has found that nearly a third of participants with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome had a primary sleep disorder that accounted for their symptoms. Further, the criteria for a measurable sleep problem was met by 90 percent of participants. Typically, experts claim that chronic fatigue is caused by vague problems, such as sleep that isn’t restful.
This research calls for more regular screening for primary sleep disorders among patients who have chronic fatigue syndrome, which may lead to more effictive treatment.
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