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What is malaise?

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If you have a sense of malaise, you may not feel quite right, but you might be hard- pressed to put your fingers on exactly what's bothering you. It's not a condition, but a set of symptoms linked to some other problem. When you're in the grip of it, you might have fatigue, pain, and lack of interest in your usual activities. Depending on the cause, malaise can start slowly or hit you suddenly.

From: Why Do I Feel Malaise? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

U.S. National Library of Medicine: "Malaise."

KidsHealth.org: "A to Z Symptoms: Malaise and Fatigue."

Mount Sinai: "Malaise."

St. Mark James Training: "What is Malaise?"

HealthJade.net: "Malaise."

FDA: "Finding and Learning about Side Effects."

LeeHealth.org: "Malaise."

Reviewed by Smitha Bhandari on August 06, 2019

SOURCES:

U.S. National Library of Medicine: "Malaise."

KidsHealth.org: "A to Z Symptoms: Malaise and Fatigue."

Mount Sinai: "Malaise."

St. Mark James Training: "What is Malaise?"

HealthJade.net: "Malaise."

FDA: "Finding and Learning about Side Effects."

LeeHealth.org: "Malaise."

Reviewed by Smitha Bhandari on August 06, 2019

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