Causes of Fatigue

September 13th, 2008 by Jashodhara Purkayastha

  • Sensation of tiredness: If anyone works continuously, he is unable to concentrate on work and feels tired. Rabindranath Tagore says “This weariness forgive me oh! My Lord”.
  • Less glycogen level: The decreased glycogen levels and the pressure of toxic substances in the blood cause fatigue.
  • Lack of oxygen: During any muscular activity, oxygen from the blood cells is used and cause fatigue.
  • Lack of Motivation: If the person is not motivated, his work efficiency becomes less and he experiences fatigue very easily.
  • Lack of adequate sleep: Sound sleep is needed for good health. Lack of sound sleep affects work production and hence causes fatigue.
  • Lack of Ventilation: Lack of proper ventilation affect the health, work efficiency and causes fatigue.
  • Proper interest: If there is no interest in the work, it turns to be boring and causes fatigue.
  • Illness: Long illness or sedative dose of medicine and has just recovered, gets fatigued easily.
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