If chronic pain and fatigue make you want to stay in bed a lot of the time, you may have fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome. Find out how doctors diagnose and treat these mysterious conditions.
Always tired? Once your doctor rules out major medical causes of fatigue, it’s time to consider hidden ones. Discover the 7 causes usually responsible for fatigue from a wellness physician’s perspective.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Sleep expert Michelle Drerup, PsyD, answers this one about chronic fatigue.
We all feel unusually tired or drained at times, but could your lack of energy be a sign of something else? Learn more about two possibilities: fatigue and narcolepsy.
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Are anxiety or depression keeping you from doing your best personally and professionally? Holistic tools like hypnosis, breath therapy and guided imagery can complement traditional care.
Job-related burnout isn’t the same thing as work stress. A clinical psychologist discusses the signs to watch for, tips to reverse it — and ways to prevent it altogether.
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Do you have a sweet tooth? Most of us will overindulge at times. But the more sugar we consume, the more we want, says Mark Hyman, MD. However, the good news is that people can break the sugar addiction in 10 days. Here’s how.
Contributor: Sree Battu, MD, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation You’re a cancer survivor. You beat it, and you want to get back to life. Yet the cancer, and its treatment, can take a toll. Even after you’re declared “cancer-free,” there can be aftershocks – lingering fatigue and other symptoms. What many cancer patients do not realize … Read More
As a cancer survivor, there is a sense of relief you probably feel as your treatment is over. But you may also be confused about what’s next. While fighting cancer, you probably had an abundance of information and support, which comes with treatment. But now, as the cancer goes into remission, it’s common to have … Read More