Weakness, feeling tired or general fatigue marked by reduced strength in your muscles can have many causes.
A cause for weakness can have you feel weak all over or only in one area, limb and single muscle. Your loss can be measurable or without any calculable strength loss.
If weakness is your only noticeable symptom, and you are trying to figure out its cause, this quest of self diagnosis is not often an easy task.
Some symptom instigators of fatigue are enumerated to give you a sense of the challenge. Some of these do have typical accompanying symptoms, which may help you weed them out.
A general immeasurable feeling of tiredness is typically caused by an infectious diseases, for example:
Muscle weakness or measurable fatigue can be a symptom of a myriad of conditions, just to name a few:
Self diagnosis in the realm of inexplicable tiredness can be a head scratcher. You really should pay your doctor a visit if your weakness is:
Some things to be helpfully aware of about your fatigue occurrences include:
Go ahead, write some notes concerning these symptom related topics for a potential future review by a white coat (doctor).
Also, you want to be on the look out for other symptoms in concert with your “drag me down” weak feeling, stuff like:
It is not uncommon for many to go a long time tolerating a perpetual state of tiredness and muscle weakness reasoning that the cause is just life itself. Frankly, your existence shouldn’t be this way.
If you are following a healthy lifestyle consisting of a natural diet and a regular exercise regime, something more may be a cause for weakness beyond the just life excuse. And popping dietary supplements by the handfuls does nothing for many fatigue causing conditions.
Get it checked out as a start down your measurable health improvement route.