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Feeling Weak And Tired And Shaky
Vague & nonspecific: Those symptoms are too common to offer specific advice for. Common suggestions would be 1) get rehydrated, 2) get adequate sleep regularly for at least 2 weeks, and 3) eat 3 healthy meals every day. Red flags for something bad could include unexpected bleeding, change in vision, weakness, or numbness; however, you probably should check with your physician. ...Read more
Anxiety: I understand your distress. These symptoms are likely due to Anxiety caused by various stress in your life. We were born with natural ability to have rest and sleep. Focus on Blessing and Wonder of 3 million air sacs in your lungs due to which you are alive and functioning. Realize and Speak-BREATH IS LIFE! See Video of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park See Psychiatrist for Therapy and Medication ...Read more
Anxiety disorder: Anxiety is state of tension, apprehension, worry, uneasiness or fear. It may be related to anticipated danger or arise for no apparent reason. While mild episodes of anxiety are common and do not usually require treatment, more severe forms can be chronic and debilitating. Symptoms of severe anxiety: insomnia, chest pain, palpitations, tremors, and parasthesia. Rec.: see your pcp for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Men feeling Fatigued: At 32 this is a bit unusual. The common reasons for fatigue include sleep disturbances, a low or hypo thyroid. It can also be a sign of infection or medical conditions such as diabetes and low testosterone. Sometimes depression can lead one to be severely fatigued as well. A visit with a trusted medical advisor may help sort this all out. ...Read more
Inadequate informati: How long you have it, Any associated underlying conditions? On any treatment? Anything make it better or worse? If it is transient probably nothing need to worry about. Make sure drink plenty of fluid keep yourself well hydrated. If symptoms persist have some labs and physical to get to the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
ER/UC/PCP: You must be examined and tested asap. ...Read more
There are quite a: few possible causes for feeling giddy and tired. Sometimes just a little extra rest or a little less stress will do the trick. Of course avoiding alcohol, drugs and tobacco are important. New medicines can certainly make you feel funny. If none of these sound like you then you may need to see your doctor. There are quite a few potential possibilities and your doctor can guide you best. ...Read more
I feel nauseous 24/7 and my head feels funny and I feel weak and I feel hot and cold and I feel dehydrated and I feel agitated and I have a headache?
I have a permanent exhaustion and feeling constantly tired and laziness and poor appetite and fatigue when doing any effort feeling dizzy when rising?
Hard to determine: It would be very hard to say for sure from this post, but some important questions need to be asked like how long you've felt this way and if you are having other symptoms, best asked by your doctor. Chronic fatigue syndrome is something that comes to mind as a possibilty, a diagnosis made when other diseases have been ruled out. I advise a visit to your doctor including an exam and blood tests. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Many possible causes. Your doctor will evaluate for abnormal heart rhythm (fast or slow), artery blockages in the neck, low or very high blood pressure, or very weak heart muscle. Simple, painless tests such as an electrocardiogram, echocardiogram, and carotid ultrasound may be appropriate. Blood tests will evaulate the for diabetes, anemia, and abnormalities of the thyroid, liver, kidneys, . ...Read more
Needs to be checked: Youe symptoms of feeling weak sick and, tired needs to be evaluated by your doctor as it can be caused by many different caused.You need to have a detailed history and physical exam if indicated blood and urine test and other tests to make a proper diagnosis and treat your symptoms so see your doctor asap. ...Read more
Too general: Your symptoms are too general to even guess at what's going on. Please see a doctor ...Read more