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When should you be concerned about fatigue?



When should you be concerned about fatigue?

However, the majority of people are able to recognise when their fatigue feels more serious. If that's the case, or if your fatigue worsens or persists for more than a week or two, you should make an appointment with your doctor. If your fatigue is accompanied by symptoms like a low-grade temperature, shortness of breath, or loss of appetite, it may be the result of an underlying illness or infection.


You should also visit your doctor if you frequently feel tired even after getting a good night's sleep, lack the motivation to start the day or find it difficult to do tasks that are usually simple. These could be indications of depression or a sleep issue.



Your doctor will attempt to rule out any problems during your examination, such as adverse drug reactions. He or she may also request blood testing for hepatitis in order to ascertain whether the fatigue is caused by a particular condition such as anaemia, hypothyroidism, or liver inflammation. If your doctor cannot identify a cause, do not be surprised. Rest and a good night's sleep helps other people recover from fatigue.

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