Am I ill I started coach outlet stores wallets taking echinacea every day, which seems to have eased my problems.
I have however, been feeling coach shoulder bag increasingly tired. I can't get up in the mornings, even though I go to bed at 9 pm, I'm tired by 3pm, I have a constant dull headache at the top of my head, running down the back of my head. ADVERTISEMENT CONTINUE READING BELOW I have a lot of diarrhoea (every time I eat something fatty, ie hamburgers) and I generally feel that there is something wrong with my health. I have considered whether I was depressed, but I have come to the conclusion that I'm not (based on tests, including the one on this website) but I definitely feel that there is something wrong. I had my blood pressure tested, but it's normal. I have, however, noticed that I've become very focused on food, and often find myself wanting to cry for no apparent reason. Please give me some advice. AnswerI can understand how worried you must feel, especially with living away from your family at this time. First, let me reassure you that, from what you have told me, I do not think you have a serious illness, but there are some signs that you are suffering from stress. Your body is showing this by not being able to fight off coach outlet sale 501 infections as successfully as you are used to. It is quite normal when moving to a new area to catch more coughs and colds than usual as your body has to build up immunity to the different germs in that area. Also, the simple stresses associated with moving, such as finding your way about, getting somewhere to live, etc have a major effect on the ability of the body to fight off infection. You have done the right coach outlet purses by nicole thing by taking echinacea as this is a herbal supplement felt to have some effect at boosting immunity to viral infections such as coughs and cold. The feeling of being tired all the time (TATT) is a very common symptom of both physical and emotional stress as are your digestive problems. Your headache could be a symptom of muscular tension in your neck, again a symptom of stress.
Stress can cause different problems for different people it is usually the background level of stress caused by day to day living that can be so tiring for our bodies and everybody experiences it at some time or other. It is times of change that often causes stress, such as moving away from home, as you have done. Please don't worry about talking again to your GP about the way you feel I am sure that he will understand your concern and will be able to help you further.
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