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Why Does My Body Ache When I Wake Up
I'm only 31 and my body aches all the time. Specially my neck. I also feel fatigue? I wake up in the morning tired
I feel weel & my whole body body ache, have some uncel in my mouth. After 1 week they gone automatically & wake up again,,,,, pls help me?
The past few evenings I've been getting flu like symptoms: body aches, lethargic, feeling like I'm running a fever but not having one. When I wake up?
Flu vs Flu-like:
Hi, Thank you for your question.
You may have the flu or a flu-like illness. If after 5 days these symptoms are not improving then you should be examined.
Hope that helps. Contact me if you have any other questions :-)
Dr. M ...Read more
Would sleep issues with bipolar include body aches, takes a while to wake up, and irriatable every single time I wake up. Known to fall asleep everywh?
Possible: Bipolar disoder can cause a variety of problems with sleep and mood. However, the "falling asleep everywhere" is not a common problem with bipolar disorder, unless you are experiencing severe depression. If you are currently taking medication, it is possible that you are experiencing some sedation that may be interfering with your normal sleep cycle. Please check this out with your doctor. ...Read more
My body aches a lot. When I do activities such as Bike riding my hands go numb. My hands and feet feel numb in the mornings when I wake up, Any Ideas?
Testing needed: Please see a physician for a complete evaluation as well as rheumatologic and autoimmune testing ...Read more
At least three times a week I wake up tired, body aches between shoulders, in hands, legs and no energy. Naps seem not to help.
I wake up everyday to severe headache, soar throat, body aches, back pain, always groggy, angry and it takes hours to wake up? About 1yr. Please help!
Wake up in the morning with terrible sore throat heated head body aches and cough. During the day they lighten up then come back. What could this be?
Everyday I wake up from a 6 to 9 hour sleep feeling as if I had no rest and my entire body aches. More specifically: my legs feel extremely weak, my neck, back and hips are in pain and all over aching. I've tried sleeping more or naping or sleeping less,
Can brain tumor cause full body aches and twiching also sleep disturbances wake up every 3h did spine MRI neuro blood eyes test all good...?
Not likely.: This does not fit the typical presentation of a brain tumor. That would be headache, vision change, or even more likely, a gait disturbance. It still might be one, but highly unlikely. More likely, is something like a nerve compression, or seizure, or some other illness. You really should see a neurologist for a full work-up urgently as this can still be serious and result in permanent damage. ...Read more
I have cough, sore throat, body ache and chills at night but have no fever and when I wake up in the morning, I will feel weak?
Viral infection?: Your symptoms are consistent with a viral infection. Use acetamenifen or Ibuprofen for fever or aches and keep well hydrated. Let your body's immune system do the rest. If your symptoms persist for more than a week, have your doctor check you. If fever occurs let your doctor know. ...Read more
Body response: Body aches are common when you are feeling sick. Fever can cause it, especially if there is shivering. Myalgia (sore muscles) can accompany many viral causes like flu. Best thing to do is make sure you drink plenty of liquids (water, juices). Stay away from beverages with caffeine. If symptoms persist longer than a few hours or a day, check with your doctor. ...Read more
The future is you: The future is what you make. So what you do now is like the seeds you sow. They will grow in a beautiful tree or trees and they will give the shade for your retirement. So think positive and start working with these thoughts you will get over your symptoms, ...Read more
Could be due to a --:
Number of possibilities, like:
1: a viral infection (eg, flu) causing your symptoms would be the commonest;
2: if you have done some unusual (for you) exercises/activities that your body is not used to;
3: generalized weakness, from whatever cause, like an illness, surgery, injury, etc.
See you pcp to get examined/investigated.
Good luck. ...Read more
Multiple things: You should see your doctor. You may need basic labs to rule out any metabolic or electrolyte abnormality. ...Read more
Possibly: Iron deficiency can cause weakness and fatigue, which can feel like body aches. Other symptoms can be pale skin, dizziness, decreased exercise tolerance and irritability. If you think this describes how you're feeling you can see your physician and they will run blood work to check for you. ...Read more
Doctor can examine: Normal, healthy people don't get aches without a reason, so if the entire left side of one's body ached, but the right side was fine, that would be very strange. A doctor would have to evaluate to see what might be wrong. Infections (flu, etc.) and auto-immune diseases can cause total body aches, but not just one-sided. Spinal cord and nerve problems can be one-sided. ...Read more
Collateral damage: The body unleashes an attack on any invading germs, which unfortunately can lead to feelings of being wiped out, achy and not-feeling well. There's not much we can do about it- other than to rest, eat well (chicken soup, fluids), and try to minimize stresses and toxin exposures (alcohol/smoke). The body's immune systems are extremely complex and powerful -for more information read about cytokines. ...Read more
Muscle cramps: The most common aches are muscle cramps. Drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration. Wear compression socks/stockings but loose fitting clothes. Avoid crossing your legs. As soon as it is feasible, exercise (walking, yoga, calisthenics) when you are at your destination. If the flight is long enough, get up from your seat and walk the length of the airplane to break up the prolonged sitting period. ...Read more
Follow up: Mild transient discomfort or pain may be acceptable but any substantial or long-lasting pain requires a follow up with your endoscopist ...Read more
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