What are the normal levels of fatigue?

It is not such thing like a normal level of fatigue.

Fatigue is a physical or mental weariness resulting from exertion. In this case you use more energy you should and this lead to fatigue. Also this energy can be drain by stress or intellectual work, not only by physical exercise, physical work etc.

Converting it on human language – your body is begging for more energy. You should have a decent rest to restore energy buffer.

So, fatigue is a condition you can compare to fuel reserve in your car. You can drive on reserve to nearest gas station. What is the normal level of reserve? In normal operation you should have fuel level  above the reserve. It is the same with energy your body should have.

You should check your health with thorough medical exams if you have any level of fatigue. If everything is OK than it is another reason for it.

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Why is it that when I initially wake up I feel refreshed but after a while I start feeling tired?

You can picture it like driving 200 km with fuel for 150 km.

What is tiredness?

It is information (signal) your body sends to brain – “I have not enough energy to do what you ask me to do!”. Yes you can push beyond the limits, so you will be more tired – in extreme situation you may pay higher price.

Why you have not enough energy?

If it is not related to medical field – doctor’s recommendations will not change anything. First you need to have thorough medical check-up. You may check other possibilities if your health is “OK” than.

Your resting should be effective enough to provide energy for the following day. It is obvious that your body is unable to generate enough energy. It seems that your resting is not efficient.

You can increase sleeping time, make your sleep more comfortable or it is another reason making your sleep not efficient.

One of the possible and most common problems is explained on this website >>> http://chronic-fatigue-syndrome.microalpha.com

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What is “under stressing” and how is it related to fatigue strength?

One of the forms of stress is based on external factors affecting your comfort zone as described on citation below.

“Stress is a response to pressure or threat. Under stress we may feel tense, nervous, or on edge. The stress response is physical, too. Stress triggers a surge of a hormone called adrenaline that temporarily affects the nervous system. As a result, when you’re nervous or stressed you might feel your heartbeat or breathing get faster, your palms get sweaty, or your knees get shaky.” cited from http://kidshealth.org/en/teens/stress.html

 Generally stress is anything forcing you to use more energy to compensate it. So you may need to write test, talk with somebody you like a lot but you are afraid of rejections, do a physical intensive work or e.g. have infections. It can be intellectual or physical.

Stress could be a good thing or bad too. It can stimulate you to more efficient work or push you down.

Anyway it is bad stress if it is responsible for fatigue or is increasing your fatigue existing state.

Why it is happen?

During stress your body use more energy to compensate it. In other words it drains energy from your body. You may experience fatigue or increased level of existing one if you have not enough energy to compensate it and do all daily tasks.

Fatigue is a physical or mental weariness resulting from exertion. In this case you use more energy you should and this lead to fatigue. Also this energy can be drain by stress or intellectual work, not only by physical exercise, physical work etc.

Converting it on human language – your body is begging for more energy. You should have a decent rest to restore energy buffer.

More about chronic fatigue syndrome is here >>> http://chronic-fatigue-syndrome.microalpha.com

Proposed on this website solutions are not interrupting any wireless communication.

Why is it that when I force myself to get up early in the morning that I’m incredibly tired for about 20-30 minutes but then I feel fine?

From one side it may be based on your regular life routines – you may get up at different time regularly.

It is another aspect you may consider. You may not be able to generate enough energy for all day tasks if your sleep is not efficient. Than your body is trying to convince you to go back to bed.

In both cases after some time (20 – 30 minutes from your observations) your body may use emergency plan activating adrenal glances. This works familiar to energy drink activating reserves to be able to cope with your day needs.

You can have more about it on http://chronic-fatigue-syndrome.microalpha.com and http://adrenal-fatigue.microalpha.com websites.

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Why does cold sickness cause fatigue?

What fatigue is about? What your body is trying to say?

Fatigue is a physical or mental weariness resulting from exertion. In this case you used more energy you should and this lead to fatigue. Also this energy can be drain by stress or intellectual work, not only by physical exercise, physical work etc.

Converting it on human language – your body is begging for more energy. You should have a decent rest to restore energy buffer.

In your case energy was depleted during fight with cold. In addition your resting is not perfect – you are not able to generate enough energy to cover this fight and have enough on daily tasks.

More about chronic fatigue syndrome is here >>> http://chronic-fatigue-syndrome.microalpha.com

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I have extreme fatigue and depression, how can I motivate myself?

First thing first – check with your doctors. If it is no reasons for your problems than maybe is something else. One of the common background causes is exposition to EMFs. Solution — it is not about motivating but removing cause of your recent state of health.

Extreme fatigue – why you so tired?

What is this about?  It is information (signal) your body sends to brain – “I have not enough energy to do what you ask me to do!”. Yes you can push beyond the limits, so you will be more tired – in extreme situation you may pay higher price.

Why you have not enough energy?

Unfortunately exposition to EMFs during night sleep disturb efficient generation of vital energy. In addition to that created energy is depleted during fight with EMFs by your defence system. It is seeing in EMFs enemy like viruses or bacteria and try to protect you from invading EMFs.  This fight is hopeless. EMFs are passing through your body anyway.  More about it is here – http://chronic-fatigue-syndrome.microalpha.com/chronic_fatigue.html .

Depression is an another symptom related to EMFs.  Check this page http://chronic-fatigue-syndrome.microalpha.com/depression.html for explanation.

How can I overcome fatigue?

If you feel like you are fatigued for no reason then you should contact your doctors. If they will not found cause, than fatigue may be related to exposition to EMFs.

 

Making it simple – what is fatigue?

Tired – what it is? It is information (signal) your body sends to brain – “I have not enough energy to do what you ask me to do!”. Yes you can push beyond the limits, so you will be more tired – in extreme situation you may pay higher price.

Why do you have not enough energy?

Unfortunately exposition to EMFs during night sleep disturb efficient generation of vital energy. In addition to that created energy is depleted during fight with EMFs by your defence system. It is seeing in EMFs enemy like viruses or bacteria and try to protect you from invading EMFs.  This fight is hopeless. EMFs are passing through your body anyway.

Full list of symptoms and solution is here. Also more information about this subject is on http://chronic-fatigue-syndrome.microalpha.com/chronic_fatigue.html page.