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Did you know what’s hiding behind a chronic fatigue?

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When a man is sick he goes to bed and let women to do the heavy work. Oftentimes, when a woman is sick, she continues to give her energy to others. They should avoid that and take time to rest.

Updated on October 14, 2020, Seytoo
Did you know what’s hiding behind a chronic fatigue?

Are you still tired? Are you an imaginary patient or do you suffer from chronic fatigue? Those who have it struggle to understand what they are suffering from, especially due to the fact that doctors cannot easily diagnose chronic fatigue.

When tiredness persists for more than 6 months without apparent cause and without any improvement being noted, we can no longer talk about a “normal fatigue.” You can no longer have a good sleep. You may feel digestive issues and sore throats; you lose your good morale. Then you start going from a doctor to another in order to understand what is really happening to you, what you are suffering from.

Unfortunately, dialogue between a doctor and a patient can easily fall into deaf ears. Your doctor may focus on finding tangible symptoms to make his assessment, while you still struggle to characterize your illness. But because you do not possess the scientific tools, you describe your fatigues in vague terms.

When you face these kinds of situations, consider exploring your current circumstances. A study has found that female students who were having their period while taking their exams performed worse than the rest. 25% of women have an iron deficiency, even without anemia. This sometimes explains the chronic fatigue they experience. Conversely, an excess of iron in your body is much more frequent than what the data available until recent years suggested.

Endocrine disorders (thyroid, adrenal, pituitary and parathyroid) can also cause strong feelings of fatigue. Their importance remains to be confirmed, however. In addition, fatigue is regularly associated with infectious and especially viral diseases. But it is unclear whether the fatigue caused the infection, or whether it is the virus.

Chronic fatigue affects the vast majority of women. To avoid chronic fatigue, doctors suggest women to learn to be selfish. When a man is sick he goes to bed and let women to do the heavy work. Oftentimes, when a woman is sick, she continues to give her energy to others. They should avoid that and take time to rest.


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