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Unfortunately, there is no cure for chronic fatigue syndrome. Treatment, therefore, is focused on relieving symptoms and improving a person's sense of well-being. Options include:
 
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Medication
  • Alternative therapies.
 
In many cases, a combination approach will be employed. Regular follow-up appointments are an important part of treatment for chronic fatigue, because the plan may need modifying as a person's condition changes.
 
(Click Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Treatment for specific examples of the options listed in this article, as well as important reminders on what to expect with this condition.)
 
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