Do You Have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Here’s How To Tell

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is very difficult to diagnose AND to treat. In fact, it is often considered a diagnosis of exclusion, which means one receives the diagnosis after other possible conditions have been ruled out. So why is CFS so difficult to treat and manage? And what do physicians look for during their consultations?

Join Faith and Dr. Abhinav Singh, who is board-certified in internal medicine and sleep medicine, to learn more about how CFS is managed and treated.

🩺 Dr. Abhinav Singh, board certified in Sleep Medicine and Internal Medicine, is the Medical Director of the Indiana Sleep Center. He is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at Marian University College of Medicine in Indianapolis, where he developed and teaches a Sleep Medicine rotation to medical students. You can purchase Dr. Singh’s latest book:

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0:00 What is chronic fatigue syndrome?
1:22 How Common is CFS?
1:50 Who Gets CFS?
2:16 What are the causes?
2:59 What are the treatments?
3:57 How does one receive a diagnosis?

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