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what's going on?! - February 12th 2010, 09:19 AM

i have been soo tired for the past 3 weeks or so. i have been sleeping so much and now its getting to the point where im missing classes because im so tired. my joints and muscles also hurt, just like general pain. any idea whats wrong? im getting really nervous.
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Re: what's going on?! - February 13th 2010, 05:21 PM

sleeping too much isn't good for you. even though you feel really tired, if you overdo it on sleep then thats no good either. maybe try to have a regular routine before you go to bed. try to go to bed around the same time every night and make sure you get enough rest but not too much. i know if i sleep over ten hours it just makes me groggy the next day.

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Re: what's going on?! - February 13th 2010, 06:41 PM

It may simply be something to do with your diet. It could possibly be anaemia.. but you might just not be getting enough energy. Try drinking more water, eating balanced meals, making sure you get loads of fruit and vegetables and carbohydrates, and see if it makes a difference?? If it keeps going on for a long while though, I'd go and get yourself checked out. (: xox

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Re: what's going on?! - February 13th 2010, 10:51 PM

It's pretty much impossible for us to tell for sure, especially with so little info to go on. Tiredness/fatigue is a symptom of a ton of different things. It could be something as simple as stress or diet changes, could be due to an infection like the flu, pregnancy, lyme disease, or just the fact that you're sleeping so much you get sore from laying around and that makes you want to lay around more. If it's starting to interfere with your daily life, it's best to give your doctor a call.

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