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Easy Tiredness

Everybody gets tired when they exert themselves. But getting tired for no apparent reason should be evaluated by a doctor. The health conditions that can make a person get tired easily are viral infections, anemia, allergy, kidney disease, depression, heart diseases, and autoimmune diseases.

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Why am I exhausted and have a heavy chest most of the time?

Query: Hello doctor,I got intense pain in my ovary a few days back. I had experienced similar pain before due to an ovarian cyst that burst, and this time I took tablet Naproxen and tablet Paracetamol that alleviated the pain. It was my first time taking the tablet Naproxen. I felt better, and the pain did...  Read Full »

Dr. Muhammad Zubayer Alam

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I read your query and can understand your concern. However, the symptoms you are experiencing could be due to multiple reasons. I suspect you to be caffeine sensitive as you say caffeinated beverages and poor sleep aggravate your symptoms. People who are caffeine sen...  Read Full »

My energy levels are low, and feel sad and cranky. What can I do?

Query: Hello doctor, Lying all day not interested in literally anything, energy levels low, feel tired without any reasons, sad, cranky and not doing any work. This happens in cycles, might work for a day and then shut off for weeks doing nothing productive and feeling stuck. Been quite a long time experie...  Read Full »

Dr. Vishal Anilkumar Gandhi

Answer: Hi, Welcome to You seem to be suffering from major depressive disorder. You need to take medication for your disorder and be active in your life. Try to do exercise daily like just go for walk for 30 to 45 minutes, take good food avoid junk food, take good sound sleep at least 6 to 8 h...  Read Full »

I have had tiredness, short-term memory, concentration, and sleep issues. Please help.

Query: Hi doctor,I have recently changed my diet and sleeping habits, and due to my job in prison, my stress levels have escalated dramatically. I have had tiredness, short-term memory, concentration issues, sleeping issues, feelings of dis-reality, etc. It seems as though brain fog is caused by inflammati...  Read Full »

Dr. J. Mariano Anto Bruno Mascarenhas

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I can understand your concern. When the blood tests and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) have shown all normal results, we can rule out inflammation. This is most likely due to work stress. Carry on with the therapy. I hope this information will help you. Thanks.  Read Full »

I have felt tired and sleepy all the time for the past three months. Kindly help.

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 34-year-old male. I have felt tired and sleepy all the time for three months now. I lost weight from 165.34 to 154.32 Ib. Sometimes I feel exhausted on the chair at work in seconds. I cannot keep my eyes open. I am not suffering from any other disease or taking any medication.  Read Full »

Dr. Arpit Varshney

Answer: Hello, Welcome to The symptoms you described are commonly seen in thyroid diseases, diabetes, anemia, drug-induced and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA is less common given your age and weight (more common in the elderly and obese). Since you mentioned you do not take any medication...  Read Full »

My serum ferritin is low, and birth control pills make me depressed and tired. Why?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 25-year-old woman who gave birth to my first child a year back. After giving birth in 2 months, I started taking Yasmin birth control pills. Then they gave me nausea all time, and I did not feel hungry or could eat, so I switched to Yaz control pills after four months, and they...  Read Full »

Dr. Poonguzhali Liston

Answer: Hello, Welcome to There are few things I like to point out from your history. 1) Yaz or Yasmin is not the right choice of birth control pills right after childbirth ( Yaz and Yasmin are combined oral contraception containing estrogen and progesterone, and this is not safe immediately...  Read Full »

Will frequent head bath cause tiredness with mild headache?

Query: Hi doctor, I have been feeling a little tired and only right or center part of my forehead hurts. No fever but sometimes I get mucus from the throat. This is happening form yesterday. Can this because of frequent showers? Each time I go outside the house to buy something, I get paranoid and take co...  Read Full »

Dr. Prabhakaran

Answer: Hello, Welcome to With the history you have given, the problem you have can because of the frequent showers. Kindly avoid going out and take bath frequently. I would suggest a short course of antibiotics with supportive measures. Take tablet Augmentin (Amoxicillin and Clavulanic aci...  Read Full »

Why are some people still tired after taking a nap?

Query: Hello doctor, Why are some people still tired after taking a nap? Does the length of the nap matter? Is there a cutoff time where it reaches a diminishing return? Are some people's bodies just not suitable for naps? How do you plan the perfect nap?   Read Full »

Dr. Goswami Parth Rajendragiri

Answer: Hi, Welcome to The short nap is not hazardous at all. It cannot lead to tiredness. Even a short nap can help in relieving tiredness. So do not worry regarding taking a nap. In the afternoon, 30 minutes to one hour nap is best one to relieve your fatigue. If you feel tired more easily ...  Read Full »

I feel tired always, disturbed sleep, and have increased weight. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, I am eager to get my reports examined and get your opinion. Reports are attached for your reference. I would be glad to seek your advice on my LFT/KFT and diabetes reports. What is required to bring all parameters to normal? I work for an IT company and mostly sedentary lifestyle. Hard...  Read Full »

Dr. Rajesh Deshwal

Answer: Hi, Welcome to You have diabetes mellitus (type 2). This occurs due to deficiency of insulin which is secreted by the pancreas. You will require a reduction of your weight, and regular walk at a brisk pace for about 45 minutes to one hour daily for most days of the week. You should be...  Read Full »

What do you suggest for my stress, lack of energy, and tiredness?

Query: Hello doctor,I am a 27-year-old female, and I weigh 140 pounds. I am 5 feet 4 inches tall. I have sleep trouble, and I am feeling stressed. I am getting ready for a test. I work out to help me relax. I often feel exhausted. For the past two weeks, I have been constipated. It was hard for me to go to...  Read Full »

Dr. Nagaraj

Answer: Hello, Welcome to By the limited history provided, I feel you have generalized fatigue. You also have a lot of stress and anxiety while preparing for your upcoming exam. Period problems could be due to stress which is common, and also fatigue. I suggest you get your hemoglobin test do...  Read Full »

I have a feeling of run down all the time. What to do?

Query: Hi doctor, I returned from abroad feeling run-down with gastrointestinal issues. I thought that I might have gotten a parasite. Stool tests were performed, but no parasite was found. I then developed flu-like symptoms that lasted several weeks and still feel run-down and tired all of the time. My ey...  Read Full »

Dr. Kulkarni Rahul Suresh

Answer: Hi, Welcome to From the reports and the history of complaints that you have provided me, it seems likely that you are suffering from some sort of infective hepatitis. For confirmation of the same I suggest you to undergo certain blood tests like liver function tests and anti-HAV (hepa...  Read Full »

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