Does Fatigue Lead You to Sickness?
Bacteria and virus lead you to sickness. Yes, we know it. How about fatigue? Does fatigue lead you to sickness? Fatigue is neither bacteria nor a virus. We know that fatigue makes tiredness. Resting or taking a nap will make you feel refreshed when you're tired. Overnight sleeping, taking a hot bath or by taking a long vacation will remove overfatigue.
But where does fatigue come from? How do we measure it? If you think of fatigue, there are riddles that come in our minds. Yes, physical fatigue or mental fatigue can lead you to sickness. Fatigue can also cause sickness of bacteria, virus and incurable one.
Once your mental, spiritual and physical body gets tired or overworked, the rear part of your brain (cerebellum) emits signals to the brain to stop working. It is the time you feel tiredness. Resting or praying will revitalize or rejuvenate our mental, spiritual and physical body. If you do not stop from your work, opposing the "rest signal" (signal of tiredness) emitted from your brain, fatigue will occur. You really need rest at this point.
However, many of you try to work through fatigue like probably because of financial reason and duty of promises. There may be no way to escape from overwork and fatigue, aren't there?
If you were able to overcome fatigue, it does not make you feel tiredness anymore. Why? The reason behind this is the brain itself trying to produce signals to entire brain to stop working. For this reason, you will continue to work, forgetting tiredness. Then, suddenly you may notice that you feel something different with your health. You are now suffering from sickness.
When your brain cannot send proper signals to control your physical body, you will easily get or contract sickness causing bacteria, virus or other incurable diseases. Of course, although you are not tired, there are chances to contract these diseases. Our body is really made to grow and age without sicknesses IF there is no human error in living.
How Do We Get Sick When We Are Tired (Fatigue)?
All of us have a certain virus called herpesvirus in our blood. This herpesvirus does not make us sick in normal condition. When we are tired, the amount of herpesvirus increases in the blood. When the virus saturate in the blood vessel, it comes to tongue (you will notice that when the amount of herpesvirus increases, the color of the tongue changes) and escapes when we breathe or speak. The escaping herpesvirus attracts sick-causing bacteria, the negative energy and other virus-like particles or waves. We can say the escaped herpesvirus from our mouth is one major cause that leads you to sickness. Do not forget that this is because of fatigue.