10 Exhaustion Symptoms

By vanessa
Reviewed: dr. vanta
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2. Susceptibility to Colds and Flu

Not getting enough sleep at night and stress can weaken the immune system, and a lack of quality sleep can make it more difficult for the body to protect itself against illnesses such as colds and flu.

The more rundown the body is the more likely it is to become ill, most often leading to an increase in absenteeism from work. Constant bouts of colds and flu could be an indication of not getting sufficient sleep at night.


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