It is not thryoid and not the classic symptoms of chronic fatigue and no classic symptoms of sleep apnea. I am in perimenopause but long before this I was suffering the same symptoms and the kick off was Graves Disease at age 41 (now 49)...this is now resolved (Graves) and I do not have this autoimmune disease anymore....values are negative for this disease and thryoid numbers are all ok. I do not have Hashimotos. This is the pattern:
Often wake up feeling a bit ok, or or simply wake up feeling fatigued...fatigued not tired as in not having slept well...but fatigued...head feels tired....Sometimes I do not feel fatigued, then in this case I feel quite fuzzy headed instead.... like I am drunk. The day after I work...oh boy am I fatigued...but this is not ALWAYS the case....
In any case, either fatigue or head fuzz, by early evening, very, very,very, very often, (but not always), my symptoms improve...start feel normal evening and night. I would like to feel the way I feel in the evening during the day....my hope....
Any ideas what might be causing this? Joan
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