Most people become careless to fatigue (Feeling tired) as they assuming it is due to daily living lifestyle.
But if you have Constant tiredness, fatigue, and weakness, it can also be due to some serious illness. It is necessary to pay attention to this. Otherwise, going ahead can be a big problem.
So today we will tell you about the illnesses which cause tiredness and if you feeling tired all the time then you should pay attention to this.
Below is the list of 7 health problems which are responsible for feeling tired all the time ( Chronic Fatigue).
Anemia is a condition where there will be a decrease in Red blood cells. Now, due to lack of RBC in the blood can cause fatigue. You may feel Insomnia (Lack of sleep) and feel tired even after basic activity like Walking, you may also feel shortness of breath if you up and down stairs.
Thyroid causes an imbalance of hormones in your body. Due to hormonal imbalance, you may feel tired and weakness. feeding problems in running too.
Due to Heart Disease, there will be an imbalance between demand and supply of blood and Oxygen which can cause shortness of breath and results in fatigue.
Feeling Weakness, Tiredness, anorexia (Lack of hunger) are the symptoms of Arthritis. So it may be arthritis if you feeling tired whole day.
Starting from Snore to morning sickness are the symptoms of Sleep Apnea, this disease can cause Heart disease, High Blood pressure, and Stroke.
It is the most common cause of fatigue or weakness. In diabetes, the body does not consume enough amount of Glucose and it mixed with the Blood. This condition can cause tiredness and weakness.
Due to depression, there is a major change happens in your lifestyles such as diet, sleeping time, work schedule and many more. all this together can cause fatigue.
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