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Feeling Slightly Nauseous All The Time
Fatigue is common: Many people are tired: some for not enough or adequate sleep, some for prolonged stress, some for nutritional deficits or illness...Our bodies aren't made to feel they are running away from danger or stress 24/7. First step is to stop and listen to what your body is saying. Doctors often do some labs to rule out major reasons. Don't keep pumping up the caffeine to cope...Listen to your body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pause and take stock: Many people do. A feeling of tiredness can be an opportunity to take stock and review lifestyle, choices, stress levels. Most tiredness improves with regular healthy meals, daily exercise, sleep hygiene practice reduction in alcohol use and other choices that reduce feelings of stress. Medical causes such as anaemia, diabetes, thyroid dysfunction can be excluded at a routine review with your Dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too general: Your symptoms are too general to even guess at what's going on. Please see a doctor ...Read more
Pain: Your symptoms suggest either a bowl or renal infection I would suggest you see a physician to get a definitive diagnosis ...Read more
Needs evaluation: Your symptoms are vague. It could represent several possibilities such as gallbladder disease, acid problems of the stomach, or even other intestinal disorders. You need to see your physician for further evaluation. ...Read more
Most times when i awake up i feel mild headache, dizzy and run temperature my mouth also lost taste and feel sleepy all the time. Wats wrong?
Unusual: Bloating is usually caused by excessive gas production or by inability of normal amounts of gas to descend into the intestines for eventual passage. Frequently people try to belch and all they accomplish is swallowing more air and adding to the bloat. When you're hungry you may also swallow air inadvertently. Alternatively your stomach may not empty normal gas when you're very hungry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Men and Fatigue: There are probably a hundred possible reasons for fatigue given the limited history you are providing. But, given your age and gender you would be best served by a full medical and laboratory evaluation by a trusted medical advisor. There is menopause, diabetes, liver disease, thyroid disease, heart disease, sleep apnea. The list can go on for an hour. ...Read more
Get checked for: Thyroid /autoimmune condition, stress. Anxiety, immunodeficiency, sleep deprivation, sleep apnea etc. Take care! http://search.Yahoo.Com/mobile/s?Rewrite=72&.Tsrc=apple&first=1&p=herbs+for+fatigue&pintl=en&pcarrier=at%26t&pmcc=310&pmnc=410&fr=onesearch http://guide2herbalremedies.Com/7-tips-chronic-fatigue-syndrome/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I feel dizzy all the time. My eyes hurt. I get lots of head pain. Feel generally tired and run down.
Feel full and hungry at the same time, then experienced starvation. Now i feel full all the time.
You MAY have a: Digestive disorder. Please see your doc who may refer you to a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Episodes of constipation every now and then and stomach feels gassy at night sometimes. All seems normal in the morning. concern?
Fatigue: The symptoms which you describe are quite consistent with many diagnoses. Pregnancy is one of many possible things that could be going on. If you think you are pregnant, then you should start by determining when was your last period. If it is late, then that could be the first indication you might be pregnant. The best way to tell if you are pregnant is to undergo a pregnancy test. ...Read more
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