There is probably not one person in the world that hasn’t from time to time experienced extreme exhaustion, loss of interest in living and the surrounding world. There is a condition known as general weakness which can at times last for several months.
First off we must distinguish this condition from the development of other well-known illnesses accompanied by similar constant and prolonged fatigue, for example anemia, diabetes, tuberculosis and others. There are possible and simpler reasons such as chronic fatigue, chronic stress, and overload, that cause similar symptoms as well which go away with short-term rest and recuperation.
In the clinical breakthroughs regarding the syndrome of general weakness there is a very important factor - the reduction of pain. What once seemed simple and routine now turns into a huge problem, one that you wouldn’t even want to deal with. Add on top of those
inconveniences problems such as muscle pains, weight fluctuations, problems with sleep; a person would be left not wanting to socialize, to think, to read or do anything else.
The problem consists in the fact that visual inspection will give very little. On the outside a person may look completely healthy. His or her complaints may come off as just complaints of a tired individual. An inexperienced physician may just suggest simply get some rest. But the experts at King David Community Center know how to differentiate fatigue from the syndrome of general weakness. The diagnosis will be delivered promptly and correctly.
The onset of the disease is usually accompanied by similar symptoms as mentioned earlier. The development of the syndrome of general weakness precedes gastrointestinal disorders or a viral infection. It significantly slows down recovery of muscle strength.
By the way, there are physical causes of the syndrome of general weakness. One of these is radiation. People conducting their work time at the computer automatically fall into the danger zone. There are chemical reasons such as industrial poisoning, environmental damages, and inappropriate medication intake, which in the modern world has reached the level of a full-blown epidemic.
The medics at King David Community Center of Atlanta Inc. determine seven main symptoms of general weakness for which it is recommended to immediately see a doctor:
* Shortness of breath and cough
* Pain in muscles and joints
* Heat flashes and/or cold flashes
* Psychiatric disorders, depression
* Upset stomach
* Loss of consciousness
* Sudden weightless
* Loss of appetite
If you don’t have any of these symptoms, but have temporary disruptions in memory or concentration, fatigue, difficulty in verbal expression, falling in productivity, then first attempt to do some simple actions recommended by the experts at King David Community Center:
* Get to a healthy weight
* Limit fat intake
* Observe a daily routine
* Drink at least 2 liters of water per day
* Relax and spend more time outdoors
If this helps you then you are just overworked or exhausted. If it doesn’t then you most likely are suffering from general weakness, and should see a doctor.