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Since we do not know anything about you, your medical history, nor is there a way of examining you over the Internet and ordering some diagnostic lab...
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If you have been eating more than your body wants it can lead you to feel tired. Also if you eat a lot of sweets or a ton of fruit you could be...
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Maybe you could start with smaller bouts of exercise instead of 50 minutes.  Start walking for 5 minutes per day and as you feel stronger...
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You are probably eating more than your body needs. It could also be if you are eating foods that are heavy in carbs, like pasta and breads. There are...
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Hi Well if your female, then go get your hormones tested, this is done by a blood test, this should answer a lot of your questions.Good Luck
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What does your diet consist of?  If it is high in processed sugar, you are going to burn that quickly and become tired.  If you eat more...
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Low energy levels, high burning of calories, it may be reason, that you feel tired, your body wont get proper rest, this could also be the...
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You definitely should see your doctor. The shortness of breath is a concern and you don't want to ignore that. In addition, your lack of bowel...
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Have you ever considered that you may be oversleeping. Sometimes when you get more than enough sleep you become sluggish and tired still. typically...
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I'm sorry to hear this. Walking is excellent for your health. Except when it causes exhaustion!If this is a new symptom, I'd suggest you make...
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I have a similar life.  I'm a full time employee studying at grad school part...
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I'm sorry you're going through this. The symptoms you're describing could be caused by many conditions, but a likely culprit is some sort...
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There could be many reasons for why your friend is tired and doesn't have any energy. I found a good article that offers some really good...
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You really need to be tested. You can try something like pepcid ad or omeprazole. take it about 1 hour before you eat. This helped for me.
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Breast pain is common in some females while having their period.  As for being tired all the time, you could be slightly anemic (meaning your...