Exhaustion, Fatigue and Tiredness
General or Other | General Practice | Exhaustion, Fatigue and Tiredness (Symptom)
Exhaustion or fatigue is a symptom that defines a particular disease. It can be a symptom of many diseases and conditions.
The causes may be associated with lack of sleep or practice special medical and surgical treatments. The lack of energy associated with fatigue can sometimes cause difficulty with normal daily activities, leading to problems with attention and concentration.
For example, fatigue can be caused when the muscles are repeatedly called to work for an extended period without rest. Fatigue is a major response and normal after physical exertion, emotional stress, or lack of sleep. Fatigue is also known as fatigue, exhaustion or lethargy.
There is a pathological fatigue, abnormal and disproportionate presented without working excessively, and is known as chronic fatigue. Chronic fatigue can be the symptom that reveals a hidden hypothyroid patient because people with this disease feel tired, very tired or truly exhausted.