Chronic fatigue is an illness where the fatigue lasts for more than six months. Some of the symptoms include: muscle pain, loss of memory, headaches, chills, night sweats, to name a few.
We know very little about what causes it, but luckily intermittent fasting can help to reduce the effects.
Intermittent fasting can help to reduce the symptoms of chronic fatigue. If you have chronic fatigue, chances are your mitochondria are not functioning at optimal levels. Your mitochondria actually work better when they are calorie restricted, they become more efficient, so this can result in helping with chronic fatigue.
My advice is to start slowly, and always consult a doctor first.