Why do I feel tired and have a sore throat?
Fatigue and sore throat are common symptoms of several possible illnesses. There are three causes (chronic fatigue, mononucleosis, and the flu) that are most commonly diagnosed when sore throat and fatigue are present.
Can you get a sore throat being run down?
A runny nose can lead to post-nasal drip, when mucus runs down the back of your throat. If you think allergies are the cause of your sore throat, sneezing, and runny nose, try an over-the-counter allergy medication. If that doesn’t bring relief, talk with your doctor about other treatment options.
What are symptoms of being run down?
People experience emotional exhaustion differently, but generally symptoms include:
- lack of motivation.
- trouble sleeping.
- physical fatigue.
- feelings of hopelessness.
Why do I have a sore throat and body ache?
Many illnesses start out with the same symptoms: body aches and pain in throat. These generic conditions can mean anything from the common cold to the beginnings of pneumonia.
How to tell if you have a sore throat or fatigue?
Fatigue and Mononucleosis 1 Severe fatigue. 2 Sore throat. 3 Headache. 4 A general feeling of discomfort. As the infection worsens, the sore throat will likely get more… 5 Fever. 6 (more items)
How to prevent a sore throat from progressing to a cold?
How to Prevent a Sore Throat from Progressing to a Cold. You may want to tap at your throat (the Adam’s apple region) with your fingers while you gargle to encourage the warm salt water to trickle deeply into your throat. Gargle like this several times with a glass of warm salt water, and repeat as often as possible throughout the day.
How does the flu cause fatigue and sore throat?
The flu is a contagious respiratory illness that frequently causes fatigue and sore throat. Much like mono, saliva and air borne pathogens help spread the flu virus. In addition to sudden and excessive fatigue and sore throat symptoms, you may experience: Body aches and chills.