Fatigue Therapy

Do I have chronic fatigue or am I just tired?

Do I have chronic fatigue or am I just tired?

When you say "I'm tired" you frequently mean "I'm tired of it." This article deals with the common problem of chronic fatigue, also known as emotional fatigue, which is often mistaken for physical tiredness and tells how to overcome it. Scientists have confirmed that when you say you're "sick and tired" of something or somebody you aren't merely using a figure of speech. Both sickness and fatigue represent an attempt to escape from a situation that has become too difficult to contend with. The "I'm too tired" of chronic fatigue is emotionally equivalent to the "I'm too sick" of psychogenic…
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What is fatigue a sign of?

What is fatigue a sign of?

Don't disregard fatigue. It's nature's way of saying "It's about time you paid a bit of attention to yourself. If you can't fix things then you'd better find someone who can." Doctors have a trick to find out whether or not fatigue is serious, that is, whether it is a simple symptom or an alarm signal. Mild fatigue makes a person talkative. You are not a worrying case if, having paid a visit to your doctor about your fatigue, you have talked, talked, and explained, and finished by setting out, almost unaided, your diagnosis. Basically, you want to see, written…
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Anti Fatigue Therapy

Today it has become more common for students or athletes to take drugs. And it has often been noticed that women in factories, even more than men, resort to stimulants "just to keep going." How effective are these drugs against fatigue? What place do they take in the arsenal of anti-fatigue therapeutics? Are they dangerous? "Fatigue 21st-century" is a nervous fatigue often made more complicated by neurotic disturbances, which can, if severe, have a detrimental effect on the personality. In this case, diet is not enough. Even rest is not the cure, and sometimes psychotherapy is necessary to put the…
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