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Fatigue after exercise, anxiety. Heart and blood tests normal. What can I do?

Hi. I suffer from a much higher than normal fatigue after exercising. The harder I exercise the more excessive the fatigue is. It will generally last 36-48 hours. I have been for so many tests including heart , blood etc and nothing been found. I may be suffering from some type of anxiety caused by work as well. I have this Problem for about 8 years.
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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Anesthesiologist 's  Response
Hi there

Assuming ur middle aged if you r able to do your daily routine without any difficulty (for example palpitations,chest pain and difficulty in breathing) you don't have to worry.
I presume you would have done Ecg,Echocardiogram,Hemoglobin,Blood sugars and
cholesterol levels.If they are within normal limits you should probably meditate (practise yoga),
do aerobic exercises or workout in a gym,sleep well and plan a healthy diet with lots of green leafy vegetables.
Consult a physician if you are too anxious and get anti anxiety medicines.

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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
Hi, Larrysilber,
Thanks for query.
Do not go for over exercise which will give you more fatigue and tiredness.
Take Calcium,Vitamin A,D and other multivitamin supplements.
Take high protein diet.
Ok and bye.
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