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What causes fatigue and frequent allergies ? How are they prevented and treated ?

I am always being lazy and irritable. I have lack of energy to do my day to day work. I am easily suspectible to infections like getting sneezing and cold on a every day basis. I am not having enough sleep and I could not feel fresh after a whole night s sleep. Always sleepy during the daytime. I am 35 years of age. I am having all these problems since my childhood. Is it a physiologic problem or psychiatric one. Please answer me.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jul 2011
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you need to check your HB and vitamin b12 level
i am sure if any physiological problem is there ,it will reflect in report
there is one condition name -chronic fatigue syndrome .you may have this .
psychological factor is always there in any disease ,so we cant ignore them
better to consult doctor
do regular exercise and yoga
be relax and be positive .
take healthy diet and more fruits .
Answered: Thu, 28 Jul 2011
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