Fatigue
Rita

Arvada, CO

#1 Apr 24, 2007
What causes fatigue
TERRY LONG

Moose Jaw, Canada

#3 Sep 10, 2007
Angela----------Alabama wrote:
Hi Rita.....
There are numberous things that can cause fatigue such as.....stress, toxins, thyroid disease.....etc.
Did the fatigue come all at once or over time?? How long have you been experiencing this??
Does eating or certain foods cause the fatigue??
What is going on in your life or what has changed??
I know that I have thrown more questions at you instead of answers, but it might be beneficial to look at all factors in your life.
Angela
so what are some things a person can do to overcome fatigue???
el-tigre

Kinston, NC

#6 Jan 22, 2008
I found that taking B12 injections help. I tried the sublingual drops but they didn't do much of anything. The shots seem to help more.
vperez

Croydon, PA

#8 Feb 3, 2008
I suffered from anemia and fatigue for many months and a month ago I started takin B-12 Sublingual pills and O2 Proformance, these two combined have given me so much energy, I am now walking 4 times a day, I even have energy to go out dancing with my husband, literally has saved my marriage, and besides energy the sublingual b-12 has changed my mood, I now feel alive.
If you want to buy this product email me at vivperez1@gmail.com and I'll point you to the right direction. You deserve to feel alive.

“Crewchief Profile”

Since: Feb 09

Golden, CO

#9 Feb 26, 2009
I am new to this forum business, but here goes.
I am a mailcarrier and spend 8 - 10 hours a day on my feet. Five to six of those hours are spent walking and carrying a load. I am also 60 years old.

As I got older, I was coming home so whipped, that I had no energy for anything else.
The B-12 sounds good, but what worked for me was a liquid supplement once a day, and sometimes an energy drink when I got home. I am now feeling good enough to go out and work on my garden after work.

If you email me at dbrown80403@yahoo.com, I can share this with you.
What do you think?
Tim

Cary, NC

#10 Mar 25, 2009
Rita wrote:
What causes fatigue
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johanne godbois

Ottawa, Canada

#11 Oct 2, 2012
i Know that i was diagnose with chronique fatigue and started to take GSH Complex by Nutraxis and the doctors were amazed of my recovery so if your feeling down i would recommend this to anyone.
Fatigue

Makati, Philippines

#13 Mar 7, 2014
Fatigue, also referred to as tiredness, exhaustion, lethargy, and listlessness, describes a physical and/or mental state of being tired and weak. Although physical and mental fatigue are different, the two often exist together - if a person is physically exhausted for long enough, they will also be mentally tired. When somebody experiences physical fatigue, it means they cannot continue functioning at their normal levels of physical ability. Mental fatigue, however, is more slanted towards feeling sleepy and being unable to concentrate properly.

Fatigue is a symptom, rather than a sign. A symptom is something the patient feels and describes, such as a headache or dizziness, while a sign is something the doctor can detect without talking to the patient, such as a rash. Fatigue is a non-specific symptom, i.e. it may have several possible causes.
Sky9

Mission Viejo, CA

#14 Mar 12, 2014
I am a strong believer in using natural remedies, herbal supplements and minerals. It has been over eight months now that I have been taking combination of different supplements such as Astragalus 500mg, Ginseng, Zinc, Co-q10, B12 to boost my energy as well as my immune system. I normally order these supplements online from www.nature500.com high quality products; I have noticed the difference in my energy level gradually gone up, I am very pleased with the result
sl33py

Jackson, MO

#15 Mar 12, 2014
I'm tired .. fatigued.

My body is going through changes 'the' changes. I've been taking more vitamins and yuk i have to take multi 50 + and I like the b vitamins and plenty of c and calcium (love milk). I try to eat healthy but I'm lazy sometimes. I'd like them to invent a pill so we didn't need to eat. Juices are good, but most are loaded with more stuff we don't need. I like ovaltne in milk and it makes skim much easy to drink.

I have sleepless nights and it does mess me up for a bit trying to get back on schedule. Hard work in yards keeps me active and does help me to feel tired enough, but winter makes me want to hibernate more than normal.
Spring is here now and I feel my body perking back up as well as my spirits.

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