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Hello there, I am dead tired all the time, only 35 but I feel like I'm 85. I have had low grade fevers 24/7 (runs about 99.9) for about 15 years after a head injury accident. Doctors say my blood work is fine.

By November 8, 2011 - 3:47pm
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I do have mild case of sleep apnea but CPAP does nothing for me. I have daily severe headaches and neck problems, been on every anti depressant there is but they make me sweat excessively and did not do much. Can't think straight, or concentrate ADD meds don't help anymore. Please help, most days I can't even get out of bed, I have 3 kids that need me. Thanks so much for listening

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Hello there Maryann, yes I have a significant amount of weight to lose 75+lb and I am trying to lose it but I realize being too tired physically and mentally to move won't cut it, I was using stimulants - Adderall for concentration and energy but it does not work anymore. The say my hormone & thyroid was ok. Thanks Maryann!

November 8, 2011 - 6:19pm
How tall are you and what is your weigth? Being overweight can contribute to incidence of sleep apnea, which is interfering with you getting a good night's sleep, as well as causing fatique and hormonal imbalances. We are always here to listen, MaryannNovember 8, 2011 - 5:55pm
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Try going to an accupuncture physician. I have been going to one for a year and have all sorts of medical issues that have been resolved by going to her. Lets put it this way I was on 13 medications and now I am on just 2. That should give you proof that it works. What do you have to lose? Give it a shot!

November 8, 2011 - 5:43pm
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Thanks so much, yes acupuncture is definitely worth trying.
Kiss kiss :)

November 8, 2011 - 6:03pm
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