Fatigue: Overview

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Many people simply cannot remain active and productive for an entire workday. This can be devastating to the family breadwinner who cannot hold down a nine-to-five job. There are two basic types of fatigue, mental and physical. Mental fatigue may occur after some intellectual challenge such as studying for an exam or giving a speech at work. Physical fatigue may occur after some strenuous physical activity such as mowing the lawn or walking the dog.
Typical of both would be the driver fatigue suffered by truck drivers after excessive lengths of time behind the steering wheel of tractor trailers or heavy trucks on our nation's highways.
 

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