About fatigue and its consequences.

About fatigue and its consequences.

Fatigue

Fatigue

About fatigue and its consequences:

Professor Cabane responsible for consulting in all cases of unexplained fatigue, at  Saint-Antoine Hospital in Paris, said from the start that he needed a few hours to list all fatigue’s  causes and that if you have the curiosity to open a medical encyclopedia, tou’ll see that fatigue appears as “symptom” on the first to the last page. All diseases have fatigue as a common symptom,

Possible symptoms of fatigue:

  • Lethargy;
  • Apathy;
  • Lack of energy;
  • Exhaustion;
  • Wear ;
  • Boredom ;
  • Malaise ;
  • Feeling faint;
  • Problems with memory or concentration;
  • Sleep without feeling rested after;
  • Muscle pain;
  • Joint pain, without redden or swell;
  • Sensitivity in the cervical nodes zone ;
  • Pain in the neck;
  • Headache;

What are the first steps that you must apply:

If you feel tired, take two to three weeks to make some changes in your style life. For preventing fatigue to turn into disease you should make simple changes like: sufficient night sleep; a healthy, balanced diet with plenty of water consumed throughout the day; a subscription to the gym , even yoga, meditation, zen,  relaxing techniques,, take some multivitamin only advised by the doctor, give up to caffeine and alcohol, get involved yourself in more social  activities; analyze your professional and personal life and see what cause a  damage to your general  wellness state.
Most people have the tendency to take too busy lifestyles, responsible for their fatigue.

Conclusion:

If fatigue becomes inexplicable and endless, and  if it is accompanied by dizziness, blurred vision, growth or weight loss, fever, constipation, headache, insomnia, it is definitely time to schedule a consult  to a doctor urgently .

This blog post is an educational resource only and does not replace a medical consultation with a doctor .

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