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Author: Date: January 01, 1978

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Fatique is a complaint for which there is no measurement or standard of evaluation other than the patient’s statement. Describes both normal and abnormal fatigue in some detail. Fatigue does make it more difficult to be responisble, but not impossible. Responsibility includes the responsbility to get adequate rest. 20% of abnormal fatigues have underlying physical cause; 80% is connected to lifestyle and unbiblical handling of stress.

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