Where you are physically or mentally exhausted. Stress makes you mentally exhausted, and hard work makes you physically tired. Also, you can get fatigue from working too much …so that your body might just give out. Fatigue is basically another word for tired or lazy. It is not laziness. It means extremely tired or exhausted, but definitely not lazy! i agree but where does all this come from? stress? It's weariness from bodily or mental exertion or a cause of weariness; slow ordeal; exertion like: The fatigue of running for so many miles. The word "fatigue" comes actually from the Latin word "fatigare" which means to extenuate. The word "fatigue" is in common with the French word "fatigant" wich means tired. You cannot translate it into "lazy" nor "lazyness". Also, if lactic acid collects in your muscles, this can cause pain or fatique. Which then causes tiredness and exhaustion, but it is definitely not "laziness". Fatigue means being tired. It can refer to physical or mental tiredness, or to both. (MORE)
Fatigue may be the result of one or more environmental causes such as inadequate rest, improper diet, work and home stressors, or poor physical conditioning, or one symptom of… a chronic medical condition or disease process in the body. (MORE)
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a disorder, or collection of symptoms, primarily characterized by extreme fatigue that persists for a period of at least six months. Other symp…toms may include chronic pain, headaches, and IBS. (MORE)
It means that you have some issues you have are bad as they are no body needs i think if you were stressed and your minds going 100 per cent and your stress level is chronic y…our emotions are Hugh uncontrollable you don't know what it is your going to do that's where emotional fatigue gets the beast of you. (MORE)
Fatigue Causes .
Sleep disturbances .
Not enough sleep .
Too much sleep .
Sleep apnea .
Shift work (changing shifts, night shifts) .
Heart d…iseases .
Congestive heart failure (fluid in lungs) .
Cardiomyopathy (dysfunction of theheart muscle) .
Lung diseases .
Emphysema or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) .
Nutritional disorders .
Malnutrition (kwashiorkor, protein deficiency or marasmus, total caloriedeficiency) .
Vitamin deficiency (thiamine, B12, B6, folate, vitamin C) .
Electrolyte disturbances .
Low potassium .
Low magnesium .
Low or high calcium .
Low sodium .
Endocrine disorders .
Low blood sugar or high blood sugar (diabetes) .
High or low thyroid .
Low cortisol (Addison disease) .
High cortisol (Cushing disease) .
Gastrointestinal disorders .
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) .
Peptic ulcer disease (PUD) .
Neurological disorders .
Multiple sclerosis .
Lou Gehrig disease .
Infectious causes .
Any chronic disease .
Chronic fatigue syndrome .
Urinary tract infections .
Connective tissue disorders .
Arthritis ( osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis ) .
Lupus (SLE) .
General disorders .
Anemia (blood loss or not making enough blood) .
Exercise disturbances .
Lack of exercise .
Too much exercise (worn out) .
Excessive workload .
Depression (loss of interest, ambition) .
Blood pressure medications work by different mechanisms to decrease blood pressure. The ultimate decrease in blood pressure also means a decrease in the amount of work the heart is doing, which can lead to a feeling of fatigue. Sometimes, the drug works not only on the heart, but also on the central nervous system. .
Calcium channel blockers .
ACE inhibitors .
Heart medications work in different ways to regulate the heartbeat. Fatigue can be related to the effects the medication has on the heart or to the effects that spill over to other areas of the body. .
Digoxin (Lanoxin) .
Amiodarone (Cordarone, Pacerone) .
Procainamide (Promine, Rhythmin) .
Psychological medications used to help depression and anxiety work by increasing neurotransmitters in the brain that have a calming effect on the body, thus stimulating fatigue. .
Antianxiety medications (such as diazepam [Valium] or zolpidem[Ambien]) .
Narcotics: Many pain medications are opiate derived. Drowsiness can be caused by opiates. .
Acetaminophen and codeine (Tylenol with Codeine) .
Hydrocodone and acetaminophen (Vicodin) .
Oxycodone and acetaminophen (Percocet) .
Propoxyphene and acetaminophen (Darvocet) .
Muscle relaxants work to decrease the contraction of muscles. This relaxation can lead to total body relaxation, which may cause you to feel fatigued. .
Cyclobenzaprine (Flexeril) .
Carisoprodol (Soma) .
Orphenadrine (Norflex) (MORE)
Muscle fatigue is the repeated, intense use of muscles which leads to a decline in performance.Though the actual mechanism for muscle fatigue appears to involve the leakage of… calcium.The maximum intensity of exercise is determined by physiological factors such as the maximum rate of O2 uptake, maximum heart rate and stroke volume, maximum muscle strength, etc. In the case of maximum work, a time factor is involved. Muscle fatigue is the transient decrease in performance capacity of muscles, usually evidenced by a failure to maintain or develop a certain expected force or power. Fatigue curves vary between individuals and within individuals depending upon the conditions that exist. Muscle fatigue can occur in two basic mechanisms: (a) central involves proximal motor neurons (mainly in the brain); and (b) peripheral involves within the motor units (i.e., motor neurons, peripheral nerves, motor endplates, muscle fibers). In peripheral muscle fatigue there are at least two different sites where repeated contractions maycauseimpairment:the"transmission mechanism" (neuromuscular junction, muscle membrane, and endoplasmic reticulum), and the "contractile mechanism" (muscle filaments). As the mechanical response of the individual active muscle fibers decline with fatigue, a certain compensation can be achieved by increasing the innervation frequency and/or the number of active motor units. The reasons for the appearance of peripheral muscle fatigue are local changes in the internal conditions of the muscle. These may be biochemical, depletion of substrates such as glycogen, high energy phosphate compounds in the muscle fibers, and acetylcholine in the terminal motor nerve branches, or they may be due to the accumulation of metabolites, such as lactate or electrolytes liberated from the muscles during activity (MORE)
Fatigue life is the number of cycles a structure part can take before it breaks. A cycle is when the stress reverses or changes about its mean value as happens during vibratio…n for example. Usually fatigue life is expressed in number of cycles; for example a steel part of a given strength may have its strength reduced in half after 1,000,000 cycles due to fatigue. (MORE)
fatigue is renewed every day at 6am pst, you can also try lost treasure by opening it with a skeleton key (which you buy at the nx shop) to have a chance to get a potion that …grants more fatigue points (MORE)