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Bulimia And Fatigue

Bulimia And Fatigue

Bulimia is a condition in which the sufferer uses things like laxatives and vomiting to control the amount of food they put in their body. Bulimics can eat normal amounts of food or they can binge eat and consume extremely large amounts of food in one sitting and then they get rid of to avoid weight gain by throwing up the food or by excessive use of laxatives. Less of the food taken in gets absorbed so the individual can…

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Migraines and Fatigue

Migraines and Fatigue

Migraine headaches are a particularly painful form of a headache that is often associated with a headache on one side of the head, nausea, vomiting, and photophobia. While migraine headaches can be found in any gender, it is most common among women. Migraine Fatigue A lot of migraine sufferers also report fatigue. The fatigue can precede the onset of a migraine headache, and it can occur during a migraine attack as well as following a migraine attack. Not every migraine…

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Diabetes and Fatigue

Diabetes and Fatigue

Many people with diabetes also complain of fatigue. The fatigue can be so disabling that it can interfere with your ability to partake in regular activities of daily activities. There are many reasons why diabetics suffer from fatigue and many complain that it is the most debilitating of symptoms of diabetes they experience. Fatigue can be a problem of both high and low blood sugars seen in diabetes. When the blood sugar is high, patients often feel groggy and drugged…

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Eat for More Energy and Less Fatigue

Eat for More Energy and Less Fatigue

Poor Nutrition and Fatigue: Is Your Diet Exhausting You? Fatigue is strongly related to what you eat, how much you eat, and the timing of meals. There are foods that can make you fatigued and foods that energize you. For example, foods high in tryptophan, like turkey, can cause you to feel fatigued and sleepy. Other foods can improve your nutrition so that you feel immense energy instead of fatigue. Your body runs off fuel that is provided by the…

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Depression and Fatigue

Depression and Fatigue

Depression is a common mental illness that has fatigue as one of its major symptoms. People may have fatigue related to depression that makes it difficult to participate in daily activities. Even patients who have been treated for depression may have ongoing fatigue. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, commonly used to treat depression, tend not to make you more fatigued but it doesn’t always lift the fatigue associated with this condition. One of the most difficult aspects of dealing with depression…

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