Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Guest Post ::: Fatigue, Your Health & You, by James


Unusual Causes of Fatigue

Fatigue is something that everyone experiences after exertion or lack of sleep. If it is not relieved by bed rest or a reduction in activity, it might be due to a medical issue. It is important to visit a doctor if you are having any type of health problem. It is also important to educate yourself and stay on top of your own health understand any type of health issues you might face.

Sleep Apnea


Inadequate sleep can affect our concentration, our weight, and our ability to experience life to the fullest. Some sleep issues are not as apparent as something like insomnia. They might require an overnight sleep study to be properly diagnosed. In cases of sleep apnea, sufferers can actually stop breathing for up to a minute at a time. People with this condition will wake up feeling unrefreshed, have a difficult time concentrating, and difficulty awakening.

Candida Infection

Due to the overuse of antibiotics, a fungus called Candida Albicans can overgrow within the intestinal tract. This fungus lives within all of our bodies and is usually benign. It tends to become a problem in some people when the beneficial bacteria in our intestines that keep it under control is wiped out. This fungus can cause an immune reaction that leaves some people feeling fatigued, foggy, and disoriented. Treatment for yeast involves prescription antifungals and a low sugar diet.

Anemia

Anemia is one of the most common causes of fatigue and can usually be diagnosed with a simple blood test. There are many different types of anemia including pernicious anemia, which is called by a lack of vitamin b12. Anemia is cause by lower than normal levels of red blood cells or decreased levels of hemoglobin which carry oxygen to the cells. Treatment for anemia depends on its cause, but in some cases b12 injection or iron supplements can relive symptoms.

If you have fatigue issues that last longer than a 1-2 month period, it may be due to a medical issue. Doctors can usually diagnose most illnesses with standard blood workups, but sometime the root of the problem may be more difficult to discover.

Bio:
James runs the website ChronicFatigueTreatments.com which discusses topics that range from fibromyalgia to sleep disorders. The sites is community driven and contains articles discussing the latest issues relating to health and fatigue.

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