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Feeling tired, drained, exhausted, and depressed are symptoms commonly related to fatigue. Fatigue is a sign that your body is feeling unusually high degrees of physical or emotional stress. Thinking that it will just go away is a common mistake that everyone makes. Common causes are determined by the person, the way they are dieting, what medications they are on, lack of activity, lack of exercise, and sometimes just feeling alone. Many people feel the detrimental effects of fatigue or know someone who does. ing them and/or yourself to alleviate some of these effects can change your life.
The first step to living your life to the fullest is yours to take. So stop sitting idly by and take action to restore some positive energy back into your life.
Feeling tired, drained, exhausted, and depressed, these are symptoms commonly known as fatigue.read more
You wake every morning feeling like you were up all night, well maybe you were.
Everyday people suffer from pain that is being directed inside their head, the term we use for this is headaches.read more
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When pain occurs it is showing you that somewhere in your body a problem has surfaced.
Just before Christmas I stopped in your office, late in the day unannounced, and you were getting ready to leave. You delayed your departure to take care of the pain in my neck. Later, after you left, I learned that you were anxious to leave because your wife was not well.
Sir, that is patient care "above and beyond"! Many thanks for your special attention in light of the circumstances.
Blessings, EB St. Augustine, FL
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