As anyone experienced pain all over there body and servere fatigue. My Dr says it's depression but I was actually feeling good in my head . All blood tests are normal . As my depression got worse or his he fobbing me off
I’ve been feeling good for several months now, but still experience fatigue on a daily basis. I have started exercising but find it just exhausts me more. I’m supposed to return to work next month for half days and I’m not sure how this fatigue is going to affect me. Anyone else have this experience?
Anyone else drive themselves crazy worrying about un-noticed illnesses?
Every time I see the doctor about anything, the second they see depression on your chart, it's that!
The dizziness...anxiety. The awful stomach discomfort...anxiety. The joint pain...anxiety and Chronic fatigue syndrome. The exhaustion...the headaches...hot flushes....skin problems...
But then I panicked myself, what if there is something more sinister and they don't even bother looking.… read more
I have always been a person that's willing to give the shirt off my back to help others, not for attention or reward.
I try to be there for everyone and have recently begun my Youth Football Coaching with the FA, but sadly through no fault of my own I am just so fatigued and run down that I struggle to get dressed let alone doing much more and have to say sorry I can't be there no matter how much I really do want to go to the football with the U10s
There are studies coming out that shows being hearing impaired has it own issues. Fruscratiin/ despair leads us to isolation. Fatique is a factor as well. Exhausting to hear
Is any aspect of healing from depression and anxiety a choice? Please share your thoughts. I'm working with a counselor on this and it'd be really helpful to know what you think, or do, to promote healing. Overcoming the inertia and fatigue that comes with depression to exercise and meditate etc is one challenge that I am sure I share with others! The other is that I sleep 10-12 hrs/day so have less time.
I’ve been on 100mg of seroquel for over a year and 30mg of mirtazipine (remeron) for 7 months. I wanna know which one would be easiest or better for me to come off because one of them is making me fatigued and depressed.
Hey, do you ever feel that way?
I feel really heavy often and I lack the energy to even converse with people.
When I play sports I run out of breath very quickly and I used to be a competitive athlete with amazing cardio.
I've done all the tests out there and keep going back to my GP and my doc what else can we test and do about it.
Of course all th tests came back negative. It's… read more
How big a part has exhaustion played in your illness. Since was 14 I have lacked energy, and doing things like mowing the lawn has been extremely hard to build-up to. At 65 I stopped mowing and shoveling, and my gardening is largely being done by my nephew....I have always felt that exhaustion has been one of the worst parts of my illness, and one of the hardest to manage....what have others found?