The Body Is Often Weak, Easily Fatigued To Difficult Activities?
I am a woman aged 20 years .. Since college (almost 1.5 years) I often experience drastic fatigue at night when in the morning I have a lot of activity .. Symptoms that arise I have difficulty getting out of bed and when walking out of balance .. I was able to reduce the portion of eating rice and it made my symptoms of fatigue worse. R n r nWhat I want to ask .. Is drastic fatigue a symptom of a serious illness?
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Sensation of the body that is often weak and easily fatigued is often caused by unhealthy lifestyles, for example if you exercise too much until you are tired, lack of exercise, do not eat regularly, sleep without discipline, consume alcohol, and so on. It could also be that the body often becomes tired and weak due to experiencing severe mental stress, for example due to loss of objects or loved ones, conflict in the household, problems in the work environment, and so on.
If your condition arises due to the conditions above, often this is not dangerous and can be improved by modifying your lifestyle to be more healthy and balanced. Here are some initial tips for you to do:
Create a regular schedule of activities every day, including matters for sleeping, getting up, eating, working, exercising, worshiping, meditation, etc. Sleep 6 to 8 hours a day, not too late at night Eat regularly, every 4 to 6 hours, with moderate portion Eating food with balanced nutritional value, interspersed with your meal time by consuming a variety of fruits Drinking enough water Take time to exercise 30 to 60 minutes per day, for example, floor gymnastics, jogging, cycling, yoga, etc. After a busy activity, get enough rest Before sleeping, do relaxation and meditation so that the body feels more comfortable and the quality of sleep improves Get rid of excessive stress or anxiety, make yourself happy Do not make it a habit of consuming alcohol Also avoid smoking or taking drugs carelessly With the steps above, complaints will generally improve in 1 to 2 weeks.
However, if after consistently taking the steps above you feel that you have not experienced significant improvement, do not hesitate to check your complaint directly to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine, yes. Several types of diseases, for example heart disease, diabetes, cancer, chronic infections, autoimmune disorders (for example rheumatoid arthritis, lupus), impaired liver function, to certain mental disorders can be the background of your complaint.
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