Tag Archives: chronic fatigue syndrome

What chronic fatigue syndrome can teach us about ‘long COVID’ | Live Science

Brain fog. Fatigue. Sleep problems. These symptoms plague many people with “long COVID” for weeks or months after recovering from COVID-19. But these symptoms are also remarkably similar to those of another disorder that’s been studied for decades: myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), which is characterized partly by unexplained fatigue.

Researchers hypothesize that the two conditions may have similar causes. They also hope that existing knowledge about ME/CFS might be able to help some long COVID patients and that the study of long COVID may spur treatments for ME/CFS and better care for patients.

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‘Torrent of abuse’ hindering ME (chronic fatigue) research | BBC

“It’s direct intimidation in the sense of letters, emails, occasional phone calls and threats,” says Professor Simon Wessely, of King’s College London, who has received a series of death threats and threatening phone calls, and now has his mail routinely scanned for suspect devices.

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