Published on:Jan/2016
    Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Community Medicine, 2016; 2(2):32-34
    Commentary | doi:10.5530/jppcm.2016.2.2

    Tired All The Time: A Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Authors and affiliation (s):

    Sai Krishna Gudi1, Komal Krishna Tiwari2, Sai Teja Thatikonda1, Rama Krishna Chaitanya Kota1,
    Krupa sagar Yarlagadda1

    1Department of Pharmacy Practice, JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore-570015, Karnataka, INDIA.
    2Department of Physiotherapy, JSS College of Physiotherapy, Mysore-570015, Karnataka, INDIA.


    The pressure of contemporary life is putting more strain on families, especially for couples that work. With the decline of the extended family support system and the reduced availability and affordability of domestic help, youngsters are struggling hard to keep their heads above the grimy water of daily chores. Recent researchers have found that one out of every ten people suffers from tired all the time (TATT) syndrome and the percentage of women affected by this syndrome are more than men because they have to do multi-tasking which leaves them feeling tired all the time.

    Key words: Contemporary life, Youngsters, TATT syndrome, Multi-tasking, Strain on families, Domestic help, Struggling hard, Daily chores.



    Cite this article as

    Gudi SK, Tiwari KK, Thatikonda ST, Kota RK, sagar Yarlagadda K. Tired All The Time: A Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Community Medicine. 2016;2(2):32-4. Abstract