Tiredness, weakness, and fatigue are also common symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis as well as other chronic diseases. Fatigue in chronic disease happens because the body works to repair itself and fight off an infection or healing from an injury. In the case of rheumatoid arthritis, the ongoing inflammatory process burns energy the body could have used in other metabolic processes.
Moreover, pain itself can become a weakening and tiring symptom when it is sustained for a long time. It createsIt’sess in your nervous system, which exhausts the neurotransmitters with many signals and other nervous system reactions. The result will be a sensation of tiredness that does not improve with the usual nap or even after a good night’s rest.