The liver’s function is to break down fats and help the body use energy. Naturally, any live dysfunction would have as one of its symptoms fatigue and tiredness. In addition, the liver functions as a kind of filter that can keep toxins out of the body. When there is excessive copper in the liver, it can no longer function properly. In addition, the copper deposits may increase waste material in the blood, and this can make you feel tired more easily.
Fatigue, of course, does not necessarily indicate Wilson’s disease on its own but is often combined with other symptoms, such as jaundice and neurological problems. Treatments for Wilson’s disease may alleviate many of your symptoms, including fatigue. In the meantime, it is a good idea to eat a healthy diet, get enough rest and mild exercise. Avoid stimulants, which can lead to dependency and can make you feel tired later on.