This trial is evaluating whether Full SYNC app will improve 1 primary outcome and 5 secondary outcomes in patients with Fatigue. Measurement will happen over the course of baseline, weekly to 12 weeks.
This trial requires 138 total participants across 2 different treatment groups
This trial involves 2 different treatments. Full SYNC App is the primary treatment being studied. Participants will all receive the same treatment. There is no placebo group. The treatments being tested are not being studied for commercial purposes.
There is no curative treatment for fatigue. Treatment options should focus on the improvement of symptoms related to fatigue. The therapeutic effects of fatigue treatments need to be evaluated and standardized.
Some common treatments for fatigue such as sleep hygiene measures, physical activity, and relaxation may relieve fatigue, but this article focuses only on treatments that have evidence based effects and may work better for patients.
For nearly a century, there has been uncertainty about the cause of mild or chronic fatigue. To date, there remains controversy as to whether the cause of chronic fatigue is a psychiatric or a physical condition. In more severe cases, the symptoms of chronic fatigue may be related to the physiological functioning of the endocrine system, including the HPA axis. In the acute phases of major illnesses, chronic fatigue may be the primary presentation of a medical illness. Although chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) was first described in the 1970s, there is disagreement on the underlying physiology of CFS including its pathophysiology, neurobiology, pharmacology and genomics. There is a lack of high-quality clinical trials to validate drug treatments.
People often complain of feeling tired, and many physicians ask themselves and patients how much they are working, how much they are physically demanding of their activities, and what causes fatigue. Although some doctors have documented fatigue as a symptom of more serious disorders such as cancers such as breast cancer, more and more individuals are seeking advice from physicians to explore their own feeling of fatigue. Many physicians now feel the need to know how the fatigue relates and why it may be happening because fatigue can be bothersome to those experiencing it, to their spouse and/or caregiver, and to their employer.
The current prevalence estimate is 20% per year, or about 40 million Americans every year. In a subgroup of patients with comorbidities, the prevalence of fatigue is about 33% per year. Furthermore, a subgroup of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome has a prevalence of fatigue of almost 85% per year. This subgroup would constitute about 7.5 million to 8.5 million people in the United States every year.
Fatigue is a common symptoms in patients with leukemia that may be attributed to hematologic disease. Physicians should be informed and should strive and offer appropriate treatment for fatigue.
As in the past, fatigue is difficult to treat and often results in severe morbidity and disability among cancer patients. It has been observed that fatigue can have a negative health effect and that fatigue is one of the main reasons for premature death in cancer patients. Data from a recent study has shown that fatigue can be classified into 4 types: physical fatigue, emotional/mental fatigue, decreased quality of life, and decreased function. Physical fatigue correlates strongly with psychological fatigue which may be more closely related to depression and anxiety symptoms. Therefore, prevention and intervention strategies should consider the use of cognitive-behavioural therapy or mindfulness exercises to prevent physical fatigue from developing into psychological fatigue. The present study found that fatigue could not be measured without considering subjective reporting.
The seriousness of fatigue has been underestimated in patients. Fatigue can be a very serious issue that should be discussed and examined at an early stage with an experienced physiatrist. Patients want information about fatigue because it is the most common reason they mention for avoiding physical movement. There are many types of fatigue and the types and level of seriousness will differ depending on the source of fatigue. The serious sources of fatigue are fatigue as a symptom from [diseases, drugs, traumatic], and from physical activity. Most cases have been reported in people who had severe diseases such as [cancer, anemia, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, HIV, and AIDS] and had a long disease duration before fatiguing.
Results from this study indicate that sync as a form of technology is a viable means of achieving healthy weight with sustained levels of activity with a lower-than-expected likelihood for adverse events.
Findings from a recent study suggested that, full sync app improves sleepiness especially post-lunch drowsiness and it may be a useful treatment to reduce fatigue in the afternoon and evening.
There are many side effects of full sync app. It is crucial to make a self-study for different side effects every time a patient uses full sync app. The side effects can vary by each user and depend on each user's condition(s). It is also crucial that patients know if they have been exposed to the full sync app for long or short period before it begins. In particular, patients should read about the full sync app as it helps them to identify the side effects from full sync app. As well, it is critical to tell a doctor when a patient has experienced side effects(s), and if not, the doctor should ask for detailed information.
Fatigue can be treated, and most people with fatigue are able to continue with their lives, by using a variety of strategies. The American Academy of Family Physicians has suggested a recommendation for treating mild fatigue. They recommend checking with your doctor about medication options, and the Mayo Clinic recommends checking with your doctor about treatments to help reduce the impact of fatigue. If medication is prescribed, a common prescription is cyclobenzaprine. Physicians at the Mayo Clinic also recommend using a number of dietary supplements such as vitamins, Co-Q10, and L-carnitine, and using massage, meditation, relaxation techniques, and rest.