6 Common Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue

You can’t balance. 

Extreme fatigue can also cause balance issues. People often report feeling unstable when standing upright, which can be relieved by lying down. Although there is no proven reason for this sensation, it’s thought that it could be due to less blood flowing to the brain when a person is standing up.

You’re constantly in pain. 

Chronic fatigue can also bring about pains and aches. People with chronic fatigue are more likely to suffer from headaches, joint aches, and muscle soreness.

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2 comments

  1. Mary Adams says:

    This is one of my questions answered, I get fatigued often and not a good sleeper to begin with and it does affect me in so many ways that the biggest is frustration over not being able to get off the couch or grocery shopping. Yet there is nothing that can be done about it. I can lay around with no sleep for 48 hours until I go into a drop off sleep I call it, good thing I like to read but I would kill for 4-6 hours sleep a night.

  2. Introvert 93 says:

    I get plenty of sleep, and I’m still exhausted most of the time. Any other ideas on how to cope with this?

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