Cases of chronic fatigue have been reported following recovery from Covid-19, in what is termed ‘Long Covid’, with symptoms likened to that of sufferers from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). How CFS/ME develop and treatments may help to further understand Covid-19. This review study of 111 studies aimed to identify where urgent research is required to help understand the potential of chronic fatigue therapies in Covid-19. The study first reviewed disrupted cellular energy production in ME/CFS and increased presence of damaging oxidants. Current therapies for improving cellular energy production in CFS/ME were then reviewed and Ritalin, ubiquinone and mitoquinol mesylate were heavily featured. Antioxidant therapies in CFS/ME were reviewed and observations would suggest that trials in patients with long covid are needed. It was concluded that research in cellular energy production in CFS/ME has been increasing, however remains contradictory due to a lack of a definitive diagnosis, differing disease severity and the huge differences between patients who suffer from CFS/ME. Further research is required in ME/CFS and Covid-19. This study could be used by health care professionals to understand the importance of monitoring symptoms of fatigue post Covid-19 infection and the possible use of ME/CFS treatments.