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Everyone experiences stress and fatigue from time-to-time.

It comes and goes. It's a fact of life. However, dealing with the COVID-19 viral outbreak has created a tremendous amount of constant stress directly related to the outbreak plus the implications of the lock down, and other restrictions that are put in place as a way to contain spreading of the virus.  There could not be more stress for people today who are losing their jobs without knowing if they have an income to meet the challenges of paying the mountain of bills piling up.  Just the uncertainty of what the future will hold for millions of people can cause stress. The stress today may take a greater bodily toll than the virus itself.  Stress is the ultimate killer.

Fatigue is a common symptom associated with viral infection. Even after fully recovering from the virus there may be symptoms that last for a lifetime. Stress is caused fighting the virus or worrying about a family member or yourself that you may be the next victim. Stress in itself causes additional fatigue.

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