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Molly Maloof, MDDirector of Clinical Content
Fatigue - question.
That's one of the most common complaints in clinical practice, and the list of possible causes is very extensive. Among a variety of others some of the common causes include hormone imbalances and defciciencies, anemia, B12 deficiency, sleep disorders, obesity and physical deconditioning (i.e., being "out of shape"). Certainly many other conditions, mentioned previously are possible as well. Thus, the treatment for fatigue cannot be given without first identifying the cause. Please visit an internist or family medicine specialist to be evaluated for your complaint.
As others have said you need a lot more information about why you're fatigued before one can tell you what to do. Some things are easy--are you sleeping poorly or too little? are you eating poorly? are you more fatigued after you drink or take a medicine? Sometimes by reflecting on what brings it on you can begin to do what you need to treat it. Even if it doesn't give you the answer, paying attention to what affects your fatigue will help you describe it better to your doctor who then might be better able to diagnose and treat you.