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Disease or Condition — Injuries and Poisoning:
strenuous exertion

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Description

Excessive exertion is the act of pushing oneself beyond the limits of physical and mental endurance. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including physical activity, stress, and emotional or psychological issues. Excessive exertion can lead to physical and mental exhaustion, increased risk of injury, and even death. It is important to recognize the signs of excessive exertion and take steps to prevent it. Signs of excessive exertion include fatigue, dizziness, nausea, chest pain, and difficulty breathing.

Synonyms
  • excessive exercise
  • excessive exertion
  • severe exercise
  • strenuous exercise
Symptoms (patient's findings)
  • amenorrhea
Basic Lab Tests (measurements)

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