Jet Lag FatigueHello,
I am 44 years old and live in Canada. I visited my family in Pakistan for 6 weeks. It was hot and humid and 8 hours ahead in time.
Usually when I return from overseas, I have a jet lag and fatigue. It usually takes me a few days to get over any fatigue.
This time, it has been three days now and my fatigue/weakness is not going away. I caught up on sleep, but when I get up to do any house work I feel shaky and weak. I have to lay in and rest for hours in order to feel better. I was mostly in a stressful situation and mostly sleep deprived. Right now my body is undergoing a de-stressing condition. I am so tired to the point of fatigue and weakness. This morning I did a little bit of house work and felt so weak that I almost felt like I will pass out (but I did not).
Upon my return, I also got a heavy period with a lot of clots. The period is over now (I have IUD). My body is under a lot of stress and I have to de-stress.
While in Pakistan, my stomach was mostly upset from the food (upset stool). I also have hypothyroid for many years and taking an alopathic medication for it. T4 and TSH are in the normal range.
Usually when I am under a lot of stress of a long time, I do feel fatigue and weak and have to rest.
As a general symptom that I experinece with my hypothyroid is heart racing when I feel warm. I usually feel warm.
Kindly help me. Yesterday I took a few doses of Kali Phos 6x and it helped a little.
pollen on 2018-08-28
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