Chronic fatigue or lassitude is a state of weariness not relieved by rest and the inability to do normal physical or mental work.
Q: What are causes of chronic fatigue?
A: Chronic fatigue can be a feature of many disorders including nutritional problems like poor diet or malabsorption, sleep problems, systemic conditions like anemia or heart disease, respiratory disorders like COPD or asthma, infectious disease like tuberculosis, endocrine disorders like diabetes, autoimmune disease like thyroid disease, and cancer.
Fatigue greatly reduces quality of life in all aspects including the desire and ability to socialize and find fullfillment in new and interesting ways.
What Is Chronic Fatigue In Celiac Disease and/or Gluten Sensitivity?
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