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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Acute fatigue, as a measure of acute work fatigue, assesses the available energy left after a worker completes a given work shift (Winwood et al.
Ingesting the GEL may have maintained the neurological recruitment patterns of muscle during the runs, minimized muscle metabolism disruption, or delayed the change in the frequency spectra with the onset of acute fatigue (Kroll et al.
Education of patients, family and staff regarding acute fatigue in stroke patients aims to enhance patient safety and recovery, and influences direct nursing care/procedures regarding managing stroke patients with fatigue.
When acute fatigue takes place, the glucose storage (immediate energy source) in the cells is drained in order to accommodate the workload thus limiting performance.
Topics include the physiological and biochemical effects of oxygen in such cases as acute fatigue in long-distance runners, brain injury and cerebral palsy in children and bubble-related disorders such as decompression sickness.
Acute fatigue can be an early-warning that other MS symptoms are about to flare up or become worse.
These original narratives and poems, ranging from childhood reflections to those of mature adults, succinctly yet graphically depict the human sufferings these Jews endured: starvation, thirst, numbing freezing temperatures, acute fatigue, humiliation, powerlessness, confusion, despondency, and anxiety.
The ambush itself resulted from "a navigational error caused by the combined effects of operational pace, acute fatigue, isolation and harsh environmental conditions.
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