Having Chronic Fatigue syndrome means being excessively tired for more than 6 months at a time, and having to deal with pain such as joint pains and headaches. Imagine not being able to get through a whole day of work or school because you simple can't keep your eyes open, not matter how much sleep you get each night. It's like having a severe case of the flu that never ends, or never getting any sleep for two or three nights in a row.
If you have been diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, you don't have to imagine this, but you are looking for a way to get through a regular day. Besides the medications that you might have to take, you can most likely benefit from one hour of oxygen therapy each day. Talk to your doctor to see if he or she thinks you should give oxygen therapy a try.