I have a problem of fatigue, heaviness in the eyes,lack of confidence,ringing in the ear,unable to do any work but want to do from 3 years.

Constant or chronic fatigue can be a significant deterrent to getting any work done throughout the day and can significantly influence your entire schedule. This is even more critical when an affected individual is working, as it can comprehensively alter their business methods as well as make some individuals rather careless. Fatigue is a surprisingly common disorder and seems to be growing rapidly as a result of the amount of stress and amount of work that each individual needs to shoulder in today's hectic world. Some of the more common causes of fatigue include a lack of sleep, sleep apnea, too much sleep, a constant change of the body clock such as working in shifts and alcohol consumption. Fatigue can also be caused by heart diseases, lung diseases, endocrine and gastrointestinal disorders. Infections such as tuberculosis, hepatitis, mononucleosis and HIV are also known to list fatigue as a symptom. Apart from the obvious medical complications that give rise to fatigue, the general quality of an individual's life will also play a significant role. If an individual is obese, doesn't get the right amount of exercise or even follows a very unbalanced diet, the chances of suffering from fatigue increase significantly.

The first step in treating the condition is to correctly identify the cause of the condition. In some cases, it may be essential to visit a doctor and have a few tests run on your blood and urine samples. Once you have established the root cause, it is much easier to identify the route of treatment that will be most beneficial. If the root cause is a severe underlying medical condition, your doctor is likely to prescribe the treatment options with you. However, if the condition is caused by living standards, chances are that you will have to make adjustments to your lifestyle to treat the condition. Here are a few generic tips that should help in all circumstances.

  • Avoid eating three large meals during the course of the day and, instead, break down your intake of food into 6 smaller meals.
  • Increase your intake of seeds, nuts, vegetables and fruits as they will supply your body with a number of essential nutrients and vitamins.
  • Fresh fruit juices and a combination of beetroot juice, cucumber juice and carrot juice will help overcome sudden bouts of fatigue.
  • Drink plenty of fluids such as water, milk and other juices to make sure that your body is well hydrated throughout the course of the day. Dehydration can contribute significantly to a feeling of fatigue.

answered by G M

Try Energy Kare brand rhodolia rosea. I found this brand better than most. This can be taken with any meds, so CVS pharmacy tells me. It is good for energy, anti-cancer, anti-viral, and just plain good.

You won't feel like you've taken speed, but when it wears off, you'll notice. Never take it after 2pm. For a super shot of energy, take a dose of liquid B12 (Myanocobalamin) 1200mg with folic acid 200 mcg around 8am with a meal. Never take after 1pm or you might not sleep.

Take Krill oil gels to maybe help stop the ear ringing. It'll take awhile, but it does take time. We took time to ruin ourselves, we have to take time to clean up.

But, for all those symptoms, it can be anything from depression to a virus, etc. Please do see a good doc, hopefully that believes in natural medicines, too.

answered by K

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