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I am very tired sore and feeling drained finding it diffcult to get going in the mornings what can I do to combat thisk?
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Dr. K. Olson
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree
In brief: Soreness
Soreness in the morning is a concern.
Do you have a very physical job - or started one recently that is? Do the muscles ache - and if so where? How long has this gone on? Do you kick, toss/turn, and jerk throughout the night? Snore? Are you taking narcotics? They may wear off leaving you in worse pain or sore in am. A thorough medical evaluation would likley provide answers as to cause and relief.

In brief: Soreness
Soreness in the morning is a concern.
Do you have a very physical job - or started one recently that is? Do the muscles ache - and if so where? How long has this gone on? Do you kick, toss/turn, and jerk throughout the night? Snore? Are you taking narcotics? They may wear off leaving you in worse pain or sore in am. A thorough medical evaluation would likley provide answers as to cause and relief.
Dr. K. Olson
Dr. K. Olson
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Dr. Edmund Cavazos
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Only in AM?
There could a medical issue, new mattress or bad mattress?, sleep apnea? Depression? Question a bit vague, once you get going in am do symptoms improve?

In brief: Only in AM?
There could a medical issue, new mattress or bad mattress?, sleep apnea? Depression? Question a bit vague, once you get going in am do symptoms improve?
Dr. Edmund Cavazos
Dr. Edmund Cavazos
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Dr. Anthony Human
Family Medicine
In brief: Fatigue
The list of things that can cause fatigue would fill this room. You need blood work.
It could be anemia, or a thyroid issue. Or, you could have an infection you are unaware of. In addition, oftentimes, fatigue is a symptom of depression, or you may think you are getting quality sleep at night, but are not due to some form of apnea.

In brief: Fatigue
The list of things that can cause fatigue would fill this room. You need blood work.
It could be anemia, or a thyroid issue. Or, you could have an infection you are unaware of. In addition, oftentimes, fatigue is a symptom of depression, or you may think you are getting quality sleep at night, but are not due to some form of apnea.
Dr. Anthony Human
Dr. Anthony Human
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