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Experiencing fatigue even after a full night's sleep, everything seems to be vibration. Cause?

Hi I am a 35 yo female, I am active and eat a healthy diet . I am experiencing severe fatigue that after a full nights rest, I can hardly lift my head off the couch or keep my eyes open. And when I do look around, everything looks as if it is vibrating or shaking. After 4-5 hours, I am able to get up and behave normally.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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I have gone through your history.

Your symptoms might be because of
- Low Hemoglobin or electrolyte imbalance
- Vitamin B12 or D deficiency,
- Stress
You should consult your doctor. Doctor may advise you to go for blood investigations like hemogram, vitamin assay and electrolytes with thyroid function test to rule out physical causes.

If you are in stress, you should consult counselor or psychiatrist for detailed evaluation and management.

Treatment would be directed as per cause.

Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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