fatigue

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Synonyms for fatigue

Synonyms for fatigue

the condition of being extremely tired

to diminish the strength and energy of

Synonyms for fatigue

temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work

used of materials (especially metals) in a weakened state caused by long stress

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(always used with a modifier) boredom resulting from overexposure to something

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labor of a nonmilitary kind done by soldiers (cleaning or digging or draining or so on)

lose interest or become bored with something or somebody

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This promotes fatiguability and reduces elective, proactive defenses along with immune competencies.
A 61-year-old white male had 2 years of slowly worsening weakness, fatiguability, hoarseness, difficulty hearing, cold intolerance, dry skin, constipation, and puffiness of eyelids.
0 fatiguability, no but without resulting limita- problem tions of physical activity.
Upon exposure to heat the mildest symptoms are malaise, easy fatiguability, headache and an uncomfortable sense of warmth.
The patient complained about easy fatiguability, especially on exertion, that he attributed to advancing age.
BM-DM = demoralization, BM-EX = exhaustion, BM-LM = loss of motive; VOEG-F = fatiguability, VOEG-G = gastrointestinal complaints, VOEG-C =cardiovascular problems; GSKS = quality of sleep; p[less than].
Workers with a variety of chronic medical conditions have identified the need for scheduling flexibility due to fatiguability (Hopkins & Johnston, 1988).
Signs of heart disease include persistent coughing (especially at night or with exercise), easy fatiguability and exercise intolerance, difficulty breathing, fainting, and distention of the abdomen.
She also described feelings of depression with loss of appetite, insomnia, easy fatiguability, decreased libido, and feelings of worthlessness, but she denied suicidal ideation.