Chronic Fatigue is one of those illnesses, which does not have any specific cause. It may occur due to any previous illness and is accompanied by symptoms such as always feeling tired, short-term memory, tiredness even after sleeping for long periods, depression, headaches and persistent mild fever. When this fatigue begins to affect your life majorly, you must seek medical help for it. As the cause for Chronic Fatigue is unknown, the therapies that treat it aim to provide relief from the persistent symptoms, rather than cure the disorder.
As medication for this illness can cause side effects, you can also try to treat it at home by caring for yourself. Do your physical activities at a comfortable pace and know how much you can do without tiring yourself. Stick to a routine and exercise in moderation. Take adequate rest and decrease the consumption of alcohol and caffeine.
Physicians also advise this, as it is better to take steps to prevent the aggravation of the disorder.