Extreme tiredness or exhaustion can be due to continuous excessive physical activity, lack of physical activity, nutritional deficiency, muscle diseases, hormonal imbalance, anemia, alcoholism, certain drugs, sleep deprivation, etc. Exhaustion can be regarded as physiology unless and until it affects daily life. Excluding caffeine, eating healthy foods, practicing exercise, and sleep hygiene relieve tiredness. If exhaustion is associated with mental illness, psychotherapy can be of help.
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Query: Hi doctor, My brain is getting exhausted after reading books or journals or watching movies or TV continuously for a few hours. My mental exhaustion threshold is 80 to 85 % less than that of a normal person. It lasts for two to five days or more depending on the intensity. During that time my mind i... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Keeping your symptoms in view, my suggestions are as follows: The mind is related to our lifestyle and thinking. Try to relax and give yourself some time in between the things to avoid brain exhaustion. Try to make a timeline to reduce your stress and not to add. Yo... Read Full »