The 14 Most Common Causes of Fatigue

A man checks his cell phone in bed.
A man sleeps with his mouth wide open.
A woman eats a donut on the way to work.
Red blood cells.
A women who is depressed staring out the window.
Doctor exams the thyroid of a woman patient.
Woman holds a cup of coffee on a subway.
A woman desperately needs to go to the bathroom.
A person checks their blood sugar level.
A woman sweats after working out.
A man gardens in his backyard.
A surgeon asleep in a hospital room.
A sandwich with a glass of milk and bowl of fruit.
A woman who is fatigued and unable to finish doing the dishes.
Man riding a stationary bike for exercise.

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Reviewed by John A. Daller, MD on Wednesday, May 11, 2016

The 14 Most Common Causes of Fatigue

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