10 Causes of Fatigue

Cause #2: Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is a condition where demyelination occurs in the neurons of the spinal cord and brain causing psychiatric, mental, and physical issues. It can cause fatigue, blindness, double vision, issues with coordination, and muscle weakness.

Multiple sclerosis can be progressive or relapsing. Progressive forms get more severe with time while relapsing forms occur as repeated isolated attacks with symptoms that may disappear between episodes. This condition is thought to be due to destruction of the immune system possibly triggered by a viral infection in combination with the right environmental and genetic factors. Management is aimed at improvement of function and prevention of attacks.

Fatigue Causes

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