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What is Neurasthenia?

Description of the disease

Neurasthenia is a mental disorder characterized by increased fatigue, weakness, irritability, apathy, and problems with concentration. People with this condition may feel constant tension and nervousness, which significantly affects their normal life and work.


  • Acute neurasthenia
  • Chronic neurasthenia


  • Fatigue, even after slight physical or mental exertion
  • Daytime sleepiness
  • Reduced attention span
  • Irritability
  • Muscle pain and restlessness


Neurasthenia can be caused by various factors, such as chronic stress, lack of sleep, unhealthy lifestyle, and psychological problems.


The diagnosis of neurasthenia is based on the symptoms and the patient's life history. Additional diagnostic methods, such as blood tests and organ examinations, may be used to rule out other possible causes of the symptoms.


Treatment of neurasthenia may include psychotherapy, lifestyle changes, medication therapy, physical exercises, and relaxation methods.


Prevention of neurasthenia is important to lead a healthy lifestyle, properly distribute physical and mental stress, avoid stressful situations, and seek help from specialists when the first symptoms appear.


For the diagnosis and treatment of neurasthenia, it is recommended to consult a psychiatrist or psychotherapist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.