long does take b12 shot take effect
A: I’m not a medical doctor, for starters. Consulting a *good* MD is a start to narrow down what might be the cause. Getting a shot or taking a pill or vitamin is not always the answer to long-term good health.
There are many things that can be the cause of your fatigue. You mentioned anemia, so that gives me an indication your eating habits (diet) may be poor. A lot of MDs don’t ask what you’re eating daily. Food = mood. Especially if you’re a female. Your body is telling you something is really off kilter, otherwise you would have a normal energy level.
Sugar can have a tragic effect on those with hypoglycemia — leaving you feeling like you’ve been hit by a truck and no amount of sleep seems to shake it. A simple and cheap test is a glucose tolerance test. Sugar/starch is the culprit for a lot of people (bread, pasta, cereals, peas, corn, etc.). Hormones are another topic entirely.
Try keeping a log of everything you put into your mouth (liquids, food, medication, etc.) for a week or two. Have this ready to present to a qualified and credentialed medical practitioner (MD, RN or holistic provider). It could be something very simple such as dietary or even allergy.
Whatever the cause, you have done the right thing by reaching out. You are correct that fatigue can be life-limiting. Now you’re on your way to resolving it. Some people don’t get that far…
Q: Solutions to Major Life Burnnout?
I am a 21 year old single mom with a 5 month old infant. I stayed full-time in school this past fall – she was born one month into the semester. Then took a winter session course – basically was putting about 40hours/week into that class (all of which had to be done at night when she was asleep), then spring semester started and I’m taking 14 credit hours and barely keeping up (i need to graduate by summer so i can get a descent job is my reason for doing this much).
I have been on the 2-4 hours of sleep/day plan since she was born in Sept. I’ve taken the B12 shots from my doctor to keep alert enough to absorb what i need to learn, caffiene no longer produces any effects (not even monster or those types). I don’t have any close family and she has strong stranger anxiety and won’t let anyone else care for her. Even when family comes to visit it really doesn’t help much – one day of sleep just doesn’t counter the damage already done. I just am losing strength to keep going.
Any other ideas how I can keep going without keeping getting sick from lack of sleep and high levels of stress. Her dad is out of the picture entirely and will not help me out.
I am home with my baby all but 6-8 hours a week – just can’t any schoolwork done when she’s awake. Can’t afford to stay where I am after summer – I’m going to need to move back home again – so finishing by summer is important to keep me from going into too much debt.
A: Firstly congratulations on your baby and well done – you are working so hard and good on you for trying to better yourself through education and working towards getting a good job to support yourself and your baby. But you have to take a step back and decide whether burning yourself out so that you are too sick to finish the course, look after your baby and yourself is worth it. Your baby will only be a baby for such a short time – enjoy this time, you can’t ever get it back again. Is it so important to get a good job by summer, or can you stretch it out so you have more of a balance in your life – if it means you are on a benefit for another year or so longer, at least you are on it knowing that you are actually doing all that you can do to get off of it, but use that time to enjoy being a mum aswell as trying to get a better job. All the best.
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