Do you have fatigue? Let’s find out!

Have you been feeling too lazy that you cannot inspire your bottoms to go take a bath at all? Do you feel that there is no more energy or motivation in you to do your daily tasks because of the same? Just so you know, please go through what fatigue is, its symptoms and prevention of the same. Your worries and responsibilities attain giant shadows and stress, once you are, burned out. This prolonged sense of lack of motivation to engage in life’s activities because of stress and its exhaustion, rather than insomnia or drowsiness is, called as fatigue. If left untreated, it can also be a signal of a malignant infection of the body.

What is Fatigue?

Fatigue is a physical, mental and emotionally exhausted state usually resulted due to prolonged and undue stress. Fatigue of the mind and emotional balance starts with an onset of a series of failures or lack of success in one’s life. Putting a lid on all your outputs, fatigue gradually takes the complete control of shutting of your creativity, hope and peace. Fatigue should not be, confused with sleepiness or drowsiness as the exhaustion and hopelessness of a burned out person will not be, uplifted with a good bout of sleep or a positive reinforcement. Some other virtues that pop up alongside fatigue are resentment, regret, perpetual negativity and sulking, behaviour.

Symptoms of Fatigue

Fatigue itself is a symptom of some other benign or malignant cause in your body. If you have prolonged session of this precise burned out feeling, it is necessary that you check it up with a physician. However, first you must conclude that the symptoms that you are counting are relevant to fatigue.

  1. Weariness
  2. Lethargy
  3. De-motivated feeling
  4. Stressed out
  5. Sad or mood-off
  6. Perpetual disinterest
  7. Want to stay on bed/ doze/ sleep
  8. Mood Swings
  9. Absent-mindedness
  10. Sensitivity issues (Extreme heat or cold issues)
  11. Increase in thirst or perpetual dehydration
  12. Dry skin
  13. Lack/ Increase in appetite
  14. Difficulty in concentrating and completing tasks
  15. Shortness of breath (for people with anaemia)

So, if you have self-diagnosed with any more than three symptoms mentioned above, try treating yourself to a few days of rest and healthy food, such as the kitchari as well as peace. Remember, prevention is better than cure!

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