A drop in body temperature following the body's natural sleep pattern may cause one to feel tired, according to PubMed of the National Institutes of Health. Lack of activity when one is feeling tired also can contribute ... More »

Living with autonomic dysfunction requires lifestyle changes to minimize symptoms and target specific causes. Autonomic dysfunction, also called dysautonomia, is a condition in which the body has problems regulating basi... More »

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Gangrene occurs when tissues in the body die because of a lack of proper blood flow, according to PubMed Health. Although gangrene most commonly affects the fingers, toes and other external parts of the body, it can also... More »

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The symptoms of a stroke include feeling numb or weak on one side of the body; some people report not being able to move a hand, leg or the face, according to EverydayHealth. Stroke symptoms also include speech troubles,... More »

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Everyday Health lists a number of symptoms associated with the most common forms of arthritis, including pain felt deep within a joint that radiates into the buttocks of thighs and increases as the day progresses, mornin... More »

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Nerve pain affects many different parts of the body including the arms, hands, legs, feet and abdominal area of the body, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Nerve pain contributes to the lack of feeling... More »

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The main cause of chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is an attack by the body's immune system on the myelin sheath, which leads to inflammation of the peripheral nerves, notes the National Institute... More »

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