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I think UC, Crohn’s and IBS
will all link up with tiredness.
Also there’s some affirmation
of this with bowel inflammation.
If you lose blood through your poo,
when you sit down upon the loo,
then you should take some extra care
and watch for other symptoms there.
If lots of blood runs from your bum,
anaemia can sometimes come.
In much research, it has transpired
that this can make you very tired.
With such diseases comes much pain,
which causes energy to drain.
And if it’s with you constantly,
you will tire consequently.
Chronic illness has some renown
for really dragging people down.
So if you don’t feel very well
within fatigue you may well dwell.
When your diet is not quite right,
then you might lose your appetite,
and if you go right off your food,
it’s likely you will be subdued.
Illness can create the stress
to put you under great distress.
Then there is the loss of sleep,
where tiredness is what you reap.
These chronic illnesses aren’t kind,
they stress the body and the mind.
Because they are so difficult,
tiredness is one result.
Reproduced by kind permission of Bill Withers.
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