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altitudes trigger prolonged periods of chronic fatigue?

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Can driving through different altitudes trigger prolonged periods of chronic fatigue?


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replied May 13th, 2011
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Answer A22961
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

Fatigue for a period of 3-4 days (Specifically for a period- less than 3 weeks), is not chronic fatigue syndrome.

Since you have recently traveled long distances, the symptoms you have are due to acute stress.

This is a short lived episode and will resolve soon, on its own.

Rest for a few days and proper nutrition and adequate fluids will help in quick resolution of your issues.


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