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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1th4eYz83tQ Gentle exercise has many health benefits, particularly for anyone suffering from a chronic illness. In this video, personal trainer Ryan Krane demonstrates some simple exercises that can help counter the effects of chronic fatigue. MORE: Tracking early-onset Alzheimer's patients could be key to finding a cure. Krane shares five simple corrective stretching exercises that can be done in the home to help fight fatigue. He concentrates on the calf, back, neck, and feet, and explains that in addition to fighting fatigue, regular exercise and stretching can increase energy levels and help with pain management. MORE: Six known risk factors for Alzheimer's disease.