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7 surprising reasons you’re so tired all the time. We all have weeks that are so jam-packed with professional and social obligations that we skimp on sleep. 7 surprising reasons you’re so tired all the time 1Semi-Somnia.

Unlike insomniacs, people with the condition semi-somnia do get nighttime shut-eye — but the quality of 2You’re dehydrated. According to a 2012 study in The Journal of Nutrition, healthy women who don’t replace 1.5 percent 3You’re. 7 Surprising Reasons You’re Tired All the Time. By Beth Battaglino, RN-C, CEO of HealthyWomen, Women’s Health Expert. Created: 01/21/2016.

Last Updated: 02/17/2016. Share on: Take a hefty dose of tossing and turning in bed some nights and add in. You’re dehydrated Healthy women who failed to replace a mere 1.5 percent of their water weight experienced mood swings and low energy levels, according to a 2012 study in The Journal of Nutrition. 7 Surprising Reasons You’re Always Tired.

Chronic sleep deprivation affects approximately 40% of Americans according to the most recent Gallup Poll recorded on sleep habits. That means 40% of people are getting 6 hours or less of sleep a night. You probably already know that drinking caffeine too close to bedtime or how keeping the lights on too late can keep you up.

25 Reasons You’re Tired All the Time If you have trouble sleeping or feel overly tired all the time, you are far from alone in having to deal with those issues. Medical reasons you’re tired all the time Type 2 diabetes. More than 23 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, but an Depression. More than “the blues,” depression is a major illness that affects the way we sleep, eat, and feel about Chronic fatigue. This.

12 Reasons You Feel Tired All the Time and What to Do About It 1. Diet. If you have a tendency to skip meals, you may not be getting the calories you need to keep your energy up. 2. Vitamin deficiency.

Being tired all the time can also be a. When your thyroid gland is out of whack, you’re out of whack. “People with an underactive thyroid are going to feel tired,” Friedman says. “Their cells aren’t working well, they’re sluggish, and. There are many reasons why one may feel fatigued, and one of the most common is a vitamin or mineral deficiency.

Having a deficiency.

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3 I often need less sleep than usual.

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I get tired for no reason 4.

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Although the primary cause of excessive daytime sleepiness in adolescents can be accounted for by insufficient sleep, a number of extrinsic and intrinsic factors also contribute to these symptoms in adolescents.

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This article is concerned with the three common causes of fatigue: long hours of work, lack of sleep and

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6.Fatigue or loss of energy nearly every day.

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Reason 5: They’Re exhausTed Let’s face it: It’s hard to focus when you’re dead tired.

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If your answer to question 7 was “true,” I have to tell you that taking naps on the weekend is a no-no for the person with fibromyalgia — unless a daily siesta is your status quo.

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Third-trimester fatigue can be caused by sleep disturbances from increased weight (many women cannot find a comfortable sleeping position due to the enlarging abdomen), physical discomforts such as heartburn, and insomnia due to mood swings, multiple role anxiety, and a decrease in exercise (Trupin, 2006).

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The causes of fatigue include the obvious one of long hours of work, as well as a lack of sleep.

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Some people do have less obvious reasons to be fatigued.

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  • Thanks for the Video! Excuse me for butting in, I would love your thoughts. Have you ever tried Parlandealey Active Life Process (just google it)? It is an awesome exclusive product for learning how to stop feeling tired without the hard work. Ive heard some super things about it and my cooworker at last got great results with it.

  • I have Beta-thalassemia (Thalassemia Minor). Inherited from my mother of Mediterranean descent (100% Sicilian). My father was 100% Irish which was the lifesaver with this disorder. My siblings and all 4 of my children have tested positive as well. We cannot take iron or eat foods heavily enriched with iron. Could that be the underlying cause of 1/3 of these symptoms and could it be worse for people if they contract COVID-19? I have yet to find a doctor that knows much about Thalassemia or one willing to acknowledge it. One doctor had to leave the room and go Google it. She came back a few minutes later with a printout from the internet! There are many people walking around with this (inherited) genetic blood disorder without even knowing because doctors do not test for this. I found out about it because the doctor I was seeing 22 years ago while pregnant with my third child had me tested. He was also of Mediterranean descent (Italian/Cuban) and had inherited Thal Minor from his Italian side. Has anyone else had to deal with this that could offer more insight?

  • Just got my blood test results back. I am hypothyroid and have been taking the same meds and dosage for years and my tests were always good. I ended up with gastritis 4 months ago, and started losing weight, tired all the time and some anxiety. We thought it was from the stomach meds and just being sick. I just got back my lastest blood results because I was sick, I was absorbing too much Synthroidso flipped to the hyper side again. I couldn’t sleep past 3 am and fatigued and that was another sign. So keep body changes affecting how your body absorbs meds too. Doc changed my meds so hopefully it’ll help.

  • You are so right that being in pain is tiring. I’ve had a 13 level spinal fusion to correct scoliosis, my spine is now straight but my SI joints & pelvis just don’t like my new posture. I say “new”, it’s been 5 years since my surgery. I also have fibromyalgia and I had the Epstein Barr virus 30 years ago. I’m taking omega 3, vitamin B complex & topical magnesium gel. I might get my vit D levels checked as we don’t get much sun here in the UK.
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  • Iam tired of being tired most of the times. I take multivitamins, v d3, omega 3 and ashwagandha but nothing changed. I have to drink coffee like 3 times a day

  • Re depression: folks don’t just not “want to get out of bed”, they are unable to per low mood, suicidal ideation and/or ruminating on an overwhelming load of tasks, responsibilities and attending sense of guilt and/or self loathing. If you feel this way, make getting help a no. 1 priority.

  • Re: cast iron cookware, my take on that is you are getting an unmeasured dose. So while it sounds good, I wouldn’t go this route myself if you have a true iron deficiency.

  • 1. Low iron
    2. Hypothyroidism (low thyroid)
    3. High blood glucose / low blood sugar
    4. Depressed
    5. Food sensitivities/intolerance
    6. Chronic infections
    7. Sleep apnea
    8. (Bonus) Chronic fatigue syndrome

  • I wanted to know that if plantar fibroma tumor can go away with exercises or surgery is the only solution to remove it?
    And is it neccessary to get it removed even if its not hurting or do not pain?

  • I’m tired all of the time for a few reasons I think. Depression, the fact that I work nights and sleep days, I consume too much sugar and not enough vegetables(I do take a multivitamin though), and I am possibly lactose intolerant but if I am it’s mild.

    My hips are also out of alignment making my left knee and heel hurt almost constantly, I want that to be my number one priority, to get my hips aligned and keep them that way. I really don’t want to wear down that knee even more than it already is.

  • I think i’m in numb 2 and 6. I work in toxic environment that make me stress to much. Because really, i never really get angry easily over little things. But now, if it make me piss off, it will make my mood go down directly just over little things that’s not worth of my anger

  • I was searching for the reason I was tired, sluggish and struggled with losing weight, and now it all make sense. Just a few days after talking Leptitox my tiredness disappeared. I look and feel younger, and yes I’ve lost over 23lbs sor far, thank you Morgan!

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  • Non wonder I am so tired! looking forward to the apnea video. Never miss watching your new videos and often go back and review older ones.

  • I had a migraine on December 24, 2006 and it immediately left me with, what I can best describe as, chronic fatigue. I have no other symptoms other than I always have the feeling of sleepiness in my eyes 24/7. The fatigue hasn’t changed in 12 years. I saw 12 doctors over the course of 2 years following the migraine. The only thing found of all the tests that were performed (everything mentioned in the video) was that I was born with an atrial septal defect (undetected at birth). Had open heart surgery at age 28 to correct it. The fatigue hasn’t changed. I’m only writing this just to see if maybe anyone else has experienced this. I’ve never heard of anyone with chronic fatigue syndrome without the pain usually associated with it.

  • #8 Too much sodium. I’ve had several strokes when I was younger (teens, early 20s) and a venous stasis ulcer between ages 16 and 32. Now, that 33, I’m on day 16 cutting back my sodium to 600-800mg a day. I used to eat panda Express, CA burritos, canned soups (2-3 at a time), fast food burgers 3-4 at a time and my feet ached, daily. Now, no pain, swelling and I have more energy. I’m losing weight and I can’t wait to see what I look like and how I feel when I get to day 30. The withdrawals are horrible like I’ve come off a drug. A few times I thought I’d just have 1 burger or burrito, but no, not doing it. I eat rice with salt free seasonings, air fried onions and other salt free foods. I only get my sodium from natural sources and if I feel like my sodium is too low (dizziness, imbalance) I’ll have a snickers or a tiny pinch of Himalayan salt in a water.

  • Hi guys…was just watching in GB Cornwall. extremely interested in the 7 reasons you get tired all the time…you were speaking about sleep apnoea when a little mouse ran through inside your glass cupboard behind you as you were speaking…did anyone else spot it?  Guess I cant be that tired after all!!

  • Iron is really big. I had very low iron after a hospital visit last year and that really messes with your energy levels in a very big way. A 5 minute walk to the grocery store had me gasping for air.

  • Taking care of pets especially when they do not belong to a pedigree and the family does not believe in cat safety and makes them be inside outside. This leads to not being able to be on time to many projects or a job. In caring for pets doing regular animal rescue becsuse one cannot see the suffering in animals with no family or friend support can make all that you have listed happen. It is like a cascading effect. Not receiving help inspite of asking or even begging for it. Then the person who is doing all this gets tired all the time.

  • You forgot to mention Sleep disorders. They can lead to feeling tired and fatigued all the time. Having a sleep study seeing a specialist is really the only way a person can resolve those issues. Most of the time people don’t realize they even have a sleep disorder because they’re sleeping when the problems go on.

  • I’m the opposite of the title, i’m usually staying up all night but feelings still energized and then i’m still energized. If its at night then I sometimes pace around my room daydreaming all night when i’m bored.

  • Guys, don’t forget about low levels of vitamin Despecially if you live in the Midwest. LOTS of new vitamin D deficiency studies latelycheck it out!! It effects everything from fatigue to depression to thyroid to immune system to bone loss, etc.

  • Can you do a video on mobility and flexibility for more muscular individuals or alterations to movements you can do for them for injury

  • I have to say you guys are so funny together! I enjoy watching your videos! I don’t like exercise, as I am a barber literally standing behind a chair 13 hours a day with my arms in the air, so you can imagine how tired I am, however I am 55 years old and no “spring chicken” not old but not young anymore. I came across your videos because of my posture getting poor, I looked up how to help your poster actually looking for a brace with no success, I Fortunately came across you video on “using a sock” and doing snow angels, well, then I’m watching more of your videos I put together a “stretching routine. I faithfully, for the first time in my life look forward to waking up early in the morning before work and after work stretching! I feel fabulous! Thank you so much for taking your time to you tube these wonderful stretches! I feel like a new woman! It really makes my work day more pleasant not having the pain I had. Can you please do a segment for Barbers” standing with their arms in the air? I would love to incorporate more stretches to my already wonderful routine to help Barbers. Again thank you! You saved my life!

  • So glad I happened to find you two! Love your informative videos. Keep it going…especially for seniors. I am 70 and getting old is definitely NOT fun. You guys have a remedy for that! Thank you!

  • You LEFT OFF low vitamin D!!!!! I had a level of 7 and couldn’t get out of bed for almost a year before they finally found it. Common in women!!!

  • I have celiac disease too and this will make you tired for sure, I know I cut out sugar and it reduced my inflammation and I wasn’t as tired

  • people….pls…check your vitamin D levels….it will give u all types of symptoms so be careful…a lot of people are severely deficient and do not know it….Back I Sept I found out I was lv 15….my symptoms included extreme tiredness and fatigue… leg pain, back pain, muscle twitching and occasional cramps in muscles. My inflammation in my lower back made my piriformis muscles tight and caused sciatica down the right side of my leg…hand and feet numbness as well…I thought I was dying…i thought I had everything from HIV to kidney disease or cancer…my dumb ass DR made me get all these std, ultrasounds pee test opposed to just a simple blood test…when I finally found out I was Deficient they made it seem like it was no big deal…I found out in my research that the 50k a week vitamin was D2 and not D3…what that means is that D2 hardly absorbs in the body so as of Dec my lv is only 25…I’m currently taking 6k of D3 a day but I am about to up it to 11k daily to help my symptoms….If anyone needs advice feel free to ask…We all need to start taking control of our own health people!

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