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What Could Be The Cause Of Frequent Lack Of Energy
Lack of energy: There are many possible causes for low energy including depression, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, anemia of various causes including nutritional deficiency, low testosterone levels, heart or lung diseases, sleep apnea, medication side effects, infectious diseases (hiv, hepatitis, etc), or even cancer. So please go see a doctor to help you sort things out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many factors: Medical, physiological, psychological, enviromental and behavioral factors could influence appettite disturbances, so could medications, excessive exercise and of course a full belly! lol. If your lost of appettite is severe, has been present for a while, accompaniedby significant weight loss or mood changes , see your md. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Check out http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/headache/my00407/dsection=causes for many causes of headaches. Let's not forget that there are many types of headaches so you really need to go see your doc for diagnosis at which point s/he can narrow down causes. In meantime, review that link for simple things that you can do in meantime. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nasal congestion: Loss of taste can be due to disease of the tongue but is most often due to a simultaneous loss of the sense of smell due to nasal congestion. Nasal congestion may be due to a viral upper respiratory infection, nasal allergies, or nasal polyps. Nasal sprays containing zinc & head trauma are less common causes for loss of smell and taste. ...Read more
Insomnia: Many. Secondary insomnia can be related to stimulant use such as caffeine/alcohol/nicotine/amphetamines. Withdrawal from sedatives such as opiates, antibiotics such as fluoroquinolone, hormonal such as menopause, pain, restless leg syndrome, stress, medical such as hyperthyroidism, brain lesion, sleep disorders, poor sleep hygiene such as noise, psychiatric such as ptsd or anxiety. ...Read more
Diabetes link: Diabetes mellitus can cause frequent urination if untreated and increase the risk for a heart attack. Do you have other risk factors for cardiovascular disease? Family history, high ldl, smoking, htn, obesity, sedentary lifestyle, high alcohol intake? Check with your physician for a complete history and physical. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not likely: It is possible. If you have been taking antibiotics for an extended period of time i would consider that a dysbiosis , and possible yeast of fungal infection might be a possibility. Probiotic should be taken(at a different time of day than antibiotics) if you are on antibiotics to prevent a dysbiosis and possible yeast /fungal overgrowth. ...Read more
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