Chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as CFS can occur at any age and can strike anyone, but is most common in females and people above 20 and below 40 years of age. It is a physical disorder that is characterized by extreme fatigue and a state of constant weakness. This condition leaves you feeling so weak that even day-to-day chores like dressing, eating and even getting out of late bed habit sleeping seem difficult.

Some other symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome are joint pains, muscle pains, sore throat, feeling extremely tired even after a good rest, cough and having trouble concentrating. These symptoms together can affect your personal and work life drastically and stressfully. If you are constantly feeling tired through the day and night, you will not be able to concentrate on either home or work.

Many theories surround the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome and research still continues on this subject at this point. One theory about the cause of this ailment is it is spread by a virus and bacteria’s. This is probably so because some of the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome are very similar to symptoms of a viral infections. Anemia is also considered to be one of the causes of this ailment. Some researchers have also suggested psychiatric or neurological reasons for triggering off CFS. Other causes include allergies, sleep disorders, hyper-reactive immune system, and the genetic factor.

If you are suffering from this disease, no doubt your mind will be in turmoil with the effects and reactions the disease brings about. The good news is you can avail of disability tax credit benefits when you are suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome. Making use of these benefits will help in easing off your financial troubles as well as keep you more at peace at the emotional level.

The Canadian Government has designed a way to help those suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome by offering disability tax credit benefits. The Canadian Disability Corporation (CDC) helps get these grants and also ensures you apply for other such programs meant for people with disabilities. One can apply for disability tax credit benefits through the Canadian Disability Corporation once accurate diagnosis of the disease has been made by the physician and the disability condition is likely to last at least for a year. Once the application procedures have been completed, the CDC will claim the tax benefits for the patient.

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