Fatigue is a feeling of extreme physical or mental tiredness that leads to an inability to function at your normal level. It's different from just being tired - fatigue often comes on suddenly and feels more debilitating. There are many potential causes of fatigue, including:

Even if we don't find a major hormonal culprit, we offer advice for improving sleep hygiene, reducing stress, correcting nutrient deficiencies with supplements, and treating any underlying conditions. Fatigue should not just be accepted as normal - with the right treatment, you can get back your joy and zest for life!

Some key questions about fatigue include:

What's the difference between normal tiredness and concerning fatigue?
Fatigue tends to come on suddenly, be more intense, persist even with adequate rest, and interfere with daily life.

What health issues commonly cause fatigue?
Anemia, thyroid disorders, sleep apnea, infections, depression, diabetes, and hormone deficiencies are some top culprits.

When should I see a doctor for fatigue?
Make an appointment if fatigue is severe, persistent, or interfering with work, relationships or quality of life. Tracking fatigue patterns helps the doctor identify causes.

Can hormones cause fatigue?
Yes! Low levels of key hormones like testosterone, estrogen, progesterone and thyroid hormone can lead to profound fatigue. Hormone imbalances are a common yet overlooked cause.

I hope this overview on fatigue and its causes has been helpful! Don't hesitate to reach out to the fatigue specialists at Hormone Harmony Clinic if you need individualized testing and treatment. With their help, you'll be feeling energized and vibrant again in no time!

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