What does lethargy feel like?

Table of contents:

  1. What does lethargy feel like?
  2. How do you cure lethargy?
  3. What is the difference between lethargy and fatigue?
  4. Why am I lethargic and tired all the time?
  5. What should I eat when I feel weak and dizzy?

What does lethargy feel like?

Lethargy causes you to feel sleepy or fatigued and sluggish. This sluggishness may be physical or mental. People with these symptoms are described as lethargic.

How do you cure lethargy?

  1. Eat often to beat tiredness. ...
  2. Get moving. ...
  3. Lose weight to gain energy. ...
  4. Sleep well. ...
  5. Reduce stress to boost energy. ...
  6. Talking therapy beats fatigue. ...
  7. Cut out caffeine. ...
  8. Drink less alcohol.

What is the difference between lethargy and fatigue?

Most of the causes of tiredness are also associated with fatigue. A related term is lethargy. Lethargy refers to a state of lacking energy. People who are experiencing fatigue or tiredness can also be said to be lethargic because of low energy.

Why am I lethargic and tired all the time?

You may be too exhausted even to manage your daily affairs. In most cases, there's a reason for the fatigue. It might be allergic rhinitis, anemia, depression, fibromyalgia, chronic kidney disease, liver disease, lung disease (COPD), a bacterial or viral infection, or some other health condition.

What should I eat when I feel weak and dizzy?

Eat slow release, low GI foods such as nuts, dried fruit, wholegrain bread, wholegrain porridge oats, celery and peanut butter. Lean Protein can help to stabilise blood sugars, eat more: skinless chicken, fish, quinoa and barley. Haemoglobin carries oxygen through the body.