According to the Journal of Psychosomatic Research:
“Fatigue is a common reason for seeking medical care and a source of considerable economic burden , . The prevalence of fatigue in the general population has been reported to range from 7% to 45% [see , ]; a recent study found that 38% of US workers reported being fatigued . Adequate treatment of fatigue has proven challenging and it is often overlooked by healthcare providers due to its diagnostically non-specific nature . Fatigue is a common pathological feature of various medical conditions including chronic heart disease, cancer, multiple sclerosis, chronic insomnia, and depression  and chronic fatigue syndrome .” (Junghaenel, et al, 2011)
In other words, many of us often feel fatigued, figuring out why is difficult and expensive, it’s bad not only for us but for national productivity, and there are many types of fatigue. In this episode of our podcast we get to the bottom of the complexities of fatigue.
In the second episode of the series on Fatigue, Dr. Agolli and Dr. Burdette discuss: