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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Tired All the Time, Why Are You Fatigued?

Tired All the Time, Why Are You Fatigued?   

        



Tired All the Time, Why Are You Fatigued?





Acute (<6 months’ duration) and chronic (>6 months’ duration) fatigue are associated with many diseases, but most patients have signs and symptoms of the primary disease process. In a large urban internal medicine practice, 25% of patients admitted to at least 1 month of fatigue which interfered with their daily activities and 11% -12% of patients in two other series had chronic fatigue. Fatigue is the number one complaint between 1% and 7% of adult office visits. Acute fatigue Chronic fatigue is more likely to be associated with a clear cause or resolve spontaneously

If you wonder why I'm always tired for no reason, the answer might be:


Fatigue is usually a consequence of physical work and / or mental stress and other activities such as sports and travel. Boredom can also cause fatigue, lack of sleep and some diseases. Some chemical causes include poisoning and deficiencies in certain minerals and vitamins

Being tired or even fatigued from time to time is quite normal, especially because we live such a busy life. This is a normal type of fatigue, in which you feel refreshed once you are rested and relaxed. However, if you still feel tired after long hours of sleep and rest, you may suffer from extreme tiredness. Also known as chronic fatigue (CF). Regardless of what the causes of extreme fatigue are, you cannot lead a happy and productive life


These are some of the most common symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome:

  • Fatigue: this is one of the most common symptoms that people know about. People with chronic fatigue syndrome always feel physically and mentally exhausted and for no clear reason
  • Pain: people with CFS have joint or muscle pain or have flu-like symptoms, such as headache and sore throat. Abdominal pain, skin pain and irritable bowel are also some of the symptoms
  • Hypersensitivity: people with cranial fatigue syndrome often become too sensitive to sound and light, including sounds that are not loud and lights that are not very bright
  • Sleep problems: patients with chronic fatigue syndrome have sleep problems (insomnia)
Extreme fatigue can also be caused when the adrenal glands are overloaded and exhausted. The adrenal glands are responsible for all the stresses of your daily life: physical, mental and even psychological


The most common symptoms of adrenal fatigue:


  • Weight Gain: If you suffer from adrenal fatigue, you may notice that you gain weight very easily
  • Unexplained exhaustion: if you suffer from adrenal fatigue, you will be extremely exhausted for no apparent reason. Even after a full night's sleep, that is, if you can sleep, you still feel tired and exhausted
  • More prone to flu and cold: If you suffer from adrenal fatigue, you may notice that you are more susceptible to flu and cold
  • Depression: you can be overwhelmed even by the smallest task
  • Increased premenstrual syndrome: you may also notice an extreme change in the mood of premenstrual syndrome and food cravings (for women)

Other symptoms of adrenal fatigue include low libido, low endurance, low blood pressure, distraction, nervousness and anxiety

The symptom of fatigue is commonly experienced by all of us during our daily activities. If your tiredness does not improve with rest or if you disagree with what you are used to, it is important to seek additional medical evaluation from your doctor


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