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Exercise Responses And Psychiatric Disorder In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

R. Lane, A. Burgess, J. Flint, M. Riccio, L. Archard
Published 1995 · Medicine

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Fatigue, exercise intolerance, and myalgia are cardinal symptoms of the chronic fatigue syndrome, but whether they reflect neuromuscular dysfunction or are a manifestation of depression or other psychiatric or psychological disorders diagnosed in a high proportion of fatigued patients in the community is unclear.1 In previous studies patients with the chronic fatigue syndrome showed exercise intolerance in incremental exercise tests, which seemed to be related to an increased perception of effort; also, blood lactate concentrations in some patients tended to increase more rapidly than normal at low work rates, implying inefficient aerobic muscle metabolism.2 We examined venous blood lactate responses to exercise at a work rate below the anaerobic threshold in relation to psychiatric disorder. We studied 96 consecutive patients meeting the Oxford criteria for diagnosis of the chronic fatigue syndrome3 by using the subanaerobic threshold exercise …
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