Chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is also known as a yuppie, chronic Burkitt lymphoma virus (EBV), chronic mononuclear leukemia, and so on. It is a disease in which the body has symptoms of chronic fatigue. The specific definition is long-term (continuously more than 6 months) unexplained intensity fatigue or physical discomfort.
1. Psychological aspects
In patients with chronic fatigue syndrome, sometimes psychological abnormalities appear earlier than physical symptoms, and they are more conspicuous. Most of the manifestations are depression, anxiety or irritability, irritability, emotional instability, bad temper, confusion of thoughts, slow response, decreased memory, inability to concentrate, lack of confidence in doing things, and indecision.
2. Physical aspect
Body shape: The body shape of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome is often thin and fat. It should be said that most of them are body wasting, but it cannot be ruled out that a few may show obesity. The latter type of chronic fatigue syndrome is not uncommon in modern society. Facial appearance is mostly premature aging, dull complexion, facial wrinkles or pigment spots appear prematurely; limb skin is rough, dry, and more desquamated; nails lose their normal smoothness and luster; hair fall off, smudge, easy Broken, lost light.
3. Movement system
The whole body is exhausted, the limbs are weak, the whole body is unwell, and the activities are slow. Sometimes cold-like symptoms such as myalgia, joint pain, etc. may appear. If it takes a long time and accumulates for several months or years, the performance is particularly obvious, and there may be a sense of serious illness.
4. Digestive system
Mainly manifested as loss of appetite, lack of appetite for various foods, especially greasy. No hunger, sometimes a partial eclipse, indigestion, abdominal distension after eating; changes in stool shape, constipation, dryness or increased stool frequency, etc.
5. Nervous system
Shows lack of energy or nervousness, often dizziness, insomnia, palpitation, irritability, etc. in the early stage; in the later stage, it manifests as lack of sleep, dreaminess, night terrors, early awakening, insomnia, etc., even lethargy, lethargy, laziness, memory loss, And other symptoms.
6. The genitourinary system
Accompanied by mental disorders, urinary symptoms such as frequent urination and urgency can occur. In addition, people who are extremely tired are most likely to foam when urinating in the container, and the foam stays for a long time. Reproductive system symptoms include spermatorrhea, impotence, premature ejaculation, and loss of libido in men; irregular menstruation or premature amenorrhea, and frigidity in women. In the long run, infertility may occur.
7. Sensory system aspect
In the visual system, it is mainly manifested as eye pain, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light; in the auditory system, it is mainly manifested as tinnitus and hearing loss.