Daytime sleepiness

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Daytime sleepiness is a recognized symptom of children with ME/CFS. It may be caused by hypersomnia, which is excessive sleepiness ago the time, or sleep reversal or exist in people without either of these.[citation needed]

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Daytime sleepiness is a recognized symptom in both adult and pediatric ME in the International Consensus Criteria for myalgic encephalomyelitis.[1]

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