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I've been diagnosed with Gilbert's Syndrom around 2 years ago. I never thought much of it as I was getting used to being tired. In most cases during working ours when lunch came around I would go to my car and sleep for my lunch break whitch will help me through the rest of the day. But I have now started a job where my lunch breaks are to short and I am in a new country where I have no car anymore, so no lunch break sleep. My fatigue lately is so bad that I am scared that I will just fall over and sleep.
I have taken up excersise again in the hopes that the activity will boost my energy, but my body feels so numb that it is sometimes difficult to even try to excersise. The fogginess of the mind that goes hand in hand with tiredness is the worst for me. My mind feels like information is passing right through it, which makes my career life extremely difficult.
I understand people like to say that it is a harmless illness, but it impact my life negatively. I need to know if anyone out there has found an effective diet, or something to get rid of this overwhelming fatigue that is releated to this ilness?
I can handle my stomach cramps as I found probiotics does wonders for that, even yoghurt if I eat enough of it, but this fatigue and foggy brain I cannot handle anymore.
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