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Chronic Fatigue: The Ultimate Enemy of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Keep track and be specific

In general, it can be quite difficult to recognize and treat fatigue. For this reason, if you are experiencing dizziness, drowsiness or sleepiness, talk with your doctor about how these symptoms are disrupting your life. Due to the fact that there is no accurate or simple approach to measuring fatigue, you should be as specific as possible in your portrayal. Describe when and how long fatigue lasts, as well as the presence of any other symptoms. Consider keeping a journal to track your symptoms and changes in sleep patterns over time. The more accurately you can describe your condition, the easier it will be for your doctor to assess and address the problem.