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Posted by: Exhausted | 2010-08-19

Always tired

Hi there. I am 32 years old, working in a normal environment, not stressful just routine. I have no children and live a fairly relaxed life, except that I am currently doing a part-time course. The problem that I have is that I''m always tired. I wake up feeling tired, I''m tired at work and can''t find enough energy to study. I don''t sleep very well, as I often struggle to fall asleep and wake up at least three times at night. A few days in a row now I find it exhausting to raise my arm to brush my teeth! I am taking a multi-vitamin for the last two months now, as well as Biostrath, but nothing seems to be working. I have a well-balanced diet, but the only exercise I get is a 30 minute walk in the evenings. Please could you advise what I should do to get rid of this never-ending exhaustion?

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Hallo Exhausted
See this article
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003088.htm
One should first get a full medical check up - check for low iron levels, thyroid hormone imbalance, underlying viral infections. You may also have a sleep disorder, causing unrestful sleep. If your doctor can find no medical causes, taking a childrens dose of Tryptanol at night (10mg) may help you sleep better.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2010-08-19

Hallo Exhausted
See this article
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003088.htm
One should first get a full medical check up - check for low iron levels, thyroid hormone imbalance, underlying viral infections. You may also have a sleep disorder, causing unrestful sleep. If your doctor can find no medical causes, taking a childrens dose of Tryptanol at night (10mg) may help you sleep better.
Dr Bets

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