That was a good article, I've added it to my favorites - thank you.
There are many types of fatigue. I think I get them all at any given time. One that can hit me in the middle of the day is what I call a wave of fatigue that is just overwhelming and there's nothing I can do, but leave work, struggle to drive home, and then climb into bed.
That fatigue I believe is from the CNS - short article that describes it (copy and paste the link into the url bar: livestrong.com/article/148589-cns-fatigue-symptoms/
Here is a link from this website that states that if you are suffering from brain fog, then your CNS is affected: http://www.sjogrensworld.org/brain_fog.htm
Sorry, had to edit. My spelling is getting so bad and I'm having such a hard time right now. Really struggling these days. Can't wait until my next doc visit. Hope I can speak clearly enough when I do finally get there.
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45 yr. old mom-2 boys, Primary Sjogren's (SS-B)
fatigue, brain fog, muscle & joint pain, gastric, arthritis
Flaxseed, Evening Primrose, Plaquenil, multi-vit., salagen, digest enzyme, Pantoprazole, D3, Cranberry, CoQ10, GenTeal ointment & gel drops, NasoGel, Oralbalance, Vinpocetine, Naproxen