Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

This syndrome, also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, is mainly characterised by the presence of physical and mental fatigue, persistent over time. It is a chronic pathology as the symptoms do not disappear and, at times, they intensify regardless of effort and/or rest.


Its causes are not well known at this time but it is believed that it may be related to

  • Genetic factors.
  • In relation to stress management.
  • The control of external people (environmental pollution).
  • Cognitive and sleep disorders.
  • Digestive disorders.
  • Central nervous system.
  • Mitochondrial dysfunction.
  • Immune disorders.
  • Food sensitivity.

Recent research shows that patients with chronic fatigue undergoing mitochondrial regeneration treatments see a clear improvement in comfort and energy, which is sustained over time. This has also been proven by our own studies within our Unit.


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