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Army fatigue, or military fatigue syndrome, is a mental condition in which a soldier’s body does not be able to properly deal with the physical demands of war.
This can result in fatigue and a general lack of energy.
Army fatigues can affect anyone from the young to the veteran, and they are often the most common form of mental health illness.
While there are some specific symptoms of fatigue that can occur in a soldier, there are also more common ones.
The Mayo Clinic lists eight specific fatigue symptoms:Sleepiness (often accompanied by muscle and joint aches and pains)Coughing (severe and often with coughs)Headaches (often caused by changes in the head)Constipation (lack of bowel movements)Fatigue is a major problem in the military, with soldiers suffering from it more than the general population.
It can lead to increased fatigue, fatigue symptoms, and poor health.
While it is hard to pinpoint exactly what causes military fatigue, it’s not a new problem.
There have been many studies that have attempted to pinpoint the cause.
The military has been plagued by this fatigue for decades.
In 2005, a study was published that found that soldiers who had experienced combat fatigue suffered higher rates of injury and died at a younger age.
The study, however, was published in the American Journal of Medicine.
A few years later, researchers at the University of Virginia published a study that showed that combat fatigue is caused by stress.
These findings are not conclusive, but it’s believed that stress and fatigue have been linked to the increased risk of death in the US military.
It is not uncommon for soldiers to get sick with fatigue.
One study found that two-thirds of combat-related deaths in the Iraq War were due to fatigue.
The researchers said that this was because of the stress and strain the soldiers experienced in combat.
The military has also been plagued with the issue of soldiers dying while on duty.
In 2012, the US Air Force suffered two deaths from fatigue while flying to Baghdad.
This has been linked with the increased rate of suicides, as well as the fact that soldiers have a lower tolerance for fatigue.
Military fatigue is one of the main reasons why military personnel have been forced to work long hours in the field.
A study from 2014 showed that one in three soldiers in the U.S. were experiencing fatigue in a typical deployment.
Many soldiers have also reported a decrease in physical activity due to the strain of military service.