You've probably never heard of it – but you might have experienced it.
The most common symptoms six months after being discharged from hospital were fatigue or muscle weakness.
We asked doctors what we can do because the pandemic fatigue right now is real.
"We believe that the term ‘long Covid’ is being used as a capsule for more than one syndrome, possibly up to four."
There’s an “invisible group of patients” in danger of falling between the cracks in the pandemic.
A new study links it to atrial fibrillation – an irregular heartbeat. So how can we combat stress in our fast-paced lives?
Turns out there's a lot going on in your body and brain that you may not even know about.
People can push themselves to extraordinary levels of performance despite being incredibly tired, but that does not mean they should
Fatigue is real and rest is crucial.
Strangely it's the chronic tiredness due to fibromyalgia that gets me down the most. Whether you've heard of it or acknowledge it as a genuine condition is up to you. To be honest I hadn't heard of it until the doctors started banding the term about. If I could sum up the fatigue simply, it'd be in a remake of the Funny Bones book: under a dark dark duvet, lay a tired tired mummy.