Fatigue has a number of different causes. It is important to clarify whether it is physical fatigue or mental fatigue (e.g. emotional fatigue). Causes can be both physical and emotional too. Fatigue can be caused by a number of simple lifestyle issues, such as issues of sleep, stress, emotional problems, depressive symptoms, and so on. It can also have a physical cause, and some serious medical conditions can cause fatigue, such as anemia, chronic fatigue syndrome, thyroid disease, SLE, and other possible causes. See your doctor for a full diagnosis.
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- Stress: Stress is the general condition of emotional or physical stress. This condition can have real physical effects on the body
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- Anemia: Anemia is the disease of low red blood cells which reduces the amount of oxygen pumped around the body. Symptoms
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- Chronic Fatigue Syndromes: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a post-viral syndrome with long-lasting fatigue symptoms. It is also called post-viral fatigue
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- Lupus: Lupus usually refers to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), often abbreviated to just Lupus Erythematosus or Lupus. However, there are other
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- Adrenal Fatigue: Adrenal Fatigue is a non-medical term for a disorder where the adrenal glands produce too little hormone. In popular
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