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I'm exhausted after a few hours of being awake. I sleep 7+ hours per night, uninterrupted, no snoring, no apnea. Not dieting, no exercise, bmi=19.5?
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Dr. David Hicks
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Quality of sleep?
How do you know if you don't have a sleep problem ? Need to consider sleep issue maybe not apnea but periodic leg movement and fragment sleep patterns exist as well also consider meds and if doing everything correctly need to have laboratory evaluation and a medical evaluation if the problem persist

In brief: Quality of sleep?
How do you know if you don't have a sleep problem ? Need to consider sleep issue maybe not apnea but periodic leg movement and fragment sleep patterns exist as well also consider meds and if doing everything correctly need to have laboratory evaluation and a medical evaluation if the problem persist
Dr. David Hicks
Dr. David Hicks
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2 doctors agree
In brief: Doctor
Should consider getting a thorough exam from your doctor. There are many factors and ailments that can create and maintain fatigue- chronic fatigue syndrome, stress, etc.
Need to start by providing a good history and evaluation.

In brief: Doctor
Should consider getting a thorough exam from your doctor. There are many factors and ailments that can create and maintain fatigue- chronic fatigue syndrome, stress, etc.
Need to start by providing a good history and evaluation.
Dr. Jeffrey Bassman
Dr. Jeffrey Bassman
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Dr. Seema Patel
Holistic Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Fatigue after sleep
Fatigue after sleeping all night suggest you are not getting restorative sleep.
Make sure you have good sleeping patterns with no computer/tv one hour before, bed, exercise earlier in the day, no caffeine after 12, eat low glycemic foods, try sleepy time teas or calm's forte (if ovef 35, try melatonin), chelated magnesium can help; and also see your doctor.

In brief: Fatigue after sleep
Fatigue after sleeping all night suggest you are not getting restorative sleep.
Make sure you have good sleeping patterns with no computer/tv one hour before, bed, exercise earlier in the day, no caffeine after 12, eat low glycemic foods, try sleepy time teas or calm's forte (if ovef 35, try melatonin), chelated magnesium can help; and also see your doctor.
Dr. Seema Patel
Dr. Seema Patel
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