Posted November 09, 2019 11:25:58The World Health Organization (WHO) is calling on the public to be vigilant after finding that many people with CFS-related symptoms have not been taking their prescribed medications.
On Monday, the World Health Assembly in Geneva said there is a lack of understanding of C, the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome, in the general population.
“In a recent survey, a majority of respondents did not have an adequate understanding of the CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome) condition and the possible benefits of taking the prescribed drugs,” WHO Director-General Dr. Joanna Ostrov said in a statement.
The WHO called for people to take a daily multivitamin and to take their prescribed medication.CFS is a chronic, fatigue-related illness that affects the central nervous system.
It can affect the muscles and joints, but is often treated with a combination of antibiotics, corticosteroids and rest.