Fatigue can cause a wide range of symptoms: physical, emotional, mental.
Fatigue is usually caused by a number of factors working in combination.
Each of us has a capacity to cope with a lot of daily stressors as represented by the cup, but once we have become fatigued (depleted in reserves) our cup becomes smaller and our ability to cope with daily stressors decreases. We also become more stressor sensitive!
The list of medical conditions that can cause fatigue is a long one. Most common are Anemia, Autoimmune Disease, Malabsorption diseases (Celiac, IBD), Nutrient Deficiencies, Allergies and Depression. If you are experiencing severe or prolonged fatigue you should always see your doctor.
Lifestyle factors like the following the most common cause of fatigue
Lifestyle factors are a very common cause of fatigue.
People with very severe ongoing fatigue , for which other medical causes can not be found, are often experience toxicity. Heavy Metal, mould, other, however most standard GP’s fail to test for this. Doctors trained in functional, integrative or NEM tend to.
However if you are experiencing severe deficiencies, toxicities, or malabsorption disease (e.g. Celiac, IBD, inflammed gut) nutritional supplementation will most likely be necessary. Supplement like medicines however should be used wisely and cautiously. Too many nutrients like deficiencies can cause lots of unpleasant symptoms.
If taking supplements, discuss these with your doctor. If chronically fatigued get help from a doctor with a good understanding of nutrition and toxicity. Best are usually those trained in functional, integrative or nutrition and environmental medicine.
The information at this site is for your consideration only. It is not intended to replace proper diagnosis and treatment guidance from a health professional. This is not medical advise.
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