Overview Of Exhaustion

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Overview Of Fatigue 

Any severe disorder, particularly painful ones, can make you feel exhausted or leave you feeling worn out. Here are a few health disorders that are known to lead to fatigue.

Coeliac Disease

  • This is a type of food intolerance where your body responds poorly when you consume gluten; an ingredient found in cereals, cakes and bread.
  • Other symptoms of coeliac disease, together with fatigue, are diarrhea, weight loss or anemia.
  • Your doctor can confirm if you have coeliac disease by taking a blood test.


Any severe disorder, particularly painful ones, can make you exhausted
Any severe disorder, particularly painful ones, can make you exhausted
  • One of the most renowned medical causes for continuously feeling tired is due to iron deficiency anemia
  • It usually affects post-menopausal women and one in every twenty males, but may be even more common in women who are still having their periods.
  • Normally, you’ll feel you can’t be worried to do anything, your muscles will feel tense and you’ll get tired extremely quickly.
  • Pregnant ladies and females with heavy periods are particularly susceptible to anemia.

Sleep Apnea

  • Sleep apnea is a disorder where your throat constricts or closes while sleeping and repeatedly disturbs your breathing.
  • This leads to excessive snoring and your oxygen levels decrease.
  • The problem in breathing means that you wake up through the course of the night, and feel tired the next day.
  • It’s occurs mostly in large, middle-aged men. Consuming alcohol and smoking can aggravate the problem.


  • One of the key symptoms of diabetes, a long-standing illness caused by excessive sugar in the blood, is feeling extremely exhausted.
  • The other important symptoms are feeling extremely thirsty, urinating a lot, and weight loss. Your doctor can detect diabetes by means of a blood test.


  • Though depression can leave you feeling very unhappy, depression can also make you feel exhausted.
  • It can also cause you to have problems falling asleep or waking up early in the morning, which will result in exhaustion the next day.

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