Fatigue, dry mouth, not eating, headaches

Sadly sounds. Very common these days. Stress is a major factor caused by a host of reasons. If you are one of the fortunate few who is not stressed, then i would consult with a physician for a check up to make sure that everything is okay.
Need more info. Are you taking any meds? How long have you had these symptons? When do you get the headaches and does anything help?

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