Are You Currently Tired Constantly

 

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Being tired all the time can also be a sign of vitamin deficiency. This could include low levels of vitamin D, vitamin B-12, iron, magnesium, or potassium. A. Doctors don’t know exactly why it makes people so tired.

One likely reason is that your body uses lots of energy to deal with your frequent changes in blood sugar levels. What doctors do know is. If you have trouble sleeping or feel overly tired all the time, you are far from alone in having to deal with those issues. In fact, according to. The symptoms: Feeling tired all the time is a major one.

Others include extreme weakness, difficulty sleeping, lack of concentration, rapid heartbeat, chest pains, and headache. Simple exercis. When your thyroid doesn’t produce enough of its hormones, the hypothyroidism that follows can make you feel tired and weak (among other things). Left untreated, the symptoms, which develop gradually over time, can worsen.

An overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism) can also cause fatigue for some people. If you have made lifestyle changes to do with your physical activity, diet, stress levels, and sleep but still feel tired all the time, there could be an underlying medical condition. Share.

‘Why Am I So Tired?’ 14 Reasons You’re Tired All the Time. By Health.com Updated: May 22, 2018 11:52 AM ET | Originally published: June. “If you are sleeping at least seven hours a night and still feel tired, it is likely something else is going on,” Hershenson says.

Give yourself a couple nights of seven to eights hours sleep, and. Then there are lifestyle factors including lack of sleep, stress, drug and alcohol use, lack of exercise and unhealthy diet. Medications you are taking, either over the counter or by prescription, can also cause you to lose sleep or sleep poorly, resulting in lasting fatigue. If you’re feeling tired persistently or for reasons that aren’t apparent, make an appointment to see your doctor.

It could be the sign of an underlying condition, especially if.

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  • The most important thing plus what’s in the video, is drinking water.
    If you drink 3 Liter water each day, you’ll notice how energetic you are after only 10 days, trust me:)

  • How do I calm down my anxiety? It’s definitely messing up my sleep schedule. My thoughts are nonstop, especially during night time.,

  • Thanks for the Video! Excuse me for the intrusion, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you ever tried Parlandealey Active Life Process (should be on google have a look)? It is a great exclusive product for learning how to stop feeling tired minus the hard work. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my mate at last got astronomical results with it.

  • Oh ok so need to sleep and exercise. I have only been sleeping 2-3 hours per day for the last 2 weeks ( late night gaming and curriculum simultaneously ). Now I can’t even move. Feels something is dragging me down

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  • Most men over the age of 25 and most post-menopausal women have TOO MUCH iron. It is a major cause of aging and, along with copper and aluminum, causes dementia. DO NOT assume that just because you are tired, you have anemia or even a lack of iron. Nor should you eat six or seven meals a day. Fasting (including intermittent fasting) is better for you than eating several times a day.

  • Tiredness is one of the worst health issue in the whole world and even worst than obesity due to it makes people so sleepy to the point those people will be unable to exercise, work and even complete college work

  • I had an online this week and i feel drowsy asf, then our professor gave as a quiz and I failed. I hate my life and this drowsiness.

    (She discussed tons of theories within 30 minutes tho)

  • I get like 9 hours of sleep,and still I feel weak,and tired,and sometimes its kinda hard to breathe,and I’m only 13 so I really don’t know if it’s something serious or what…

  • i get 8-9 hours of sleep, stay hydrated, work out 3-4 times a week including jogging, eat a balanced diet with lots of veggies, and I AM SO FUCKDI RRN TIRED EVERY DAY AHHHHHHH!!!!

  • Hello. I have been listening to your videos for weeks now they have been so helpful. I don’t find the intrusive thoughts occurring as often as they used to and my compulsions have dissipated.

    That being said, life has been throwing me curve balls that have left me thinking ‘I could have prepared myself for this pain and distress if I had only paid attention to the OCD thought. I wouldn’t have been taken by surprise or felt so terrible if I have prepared myself as I used to by giving into OCD.’

    At this point I’m not convinced that I want to be rid of OCD because it does protect me from very real situation. I shared this with my partner and he thinks I’m nuts.

    Please provide me with some guidance on how to reframe my perspective.

  • 🙁 I am not getting enough sleep, not eating well and so depression nowadays because of some relationship issue. No wonder I am tired all time….

  • Im probably that one person that has been thinking about breathing and blinking so much way before this vid that I dont do them well

  • If you’re looking at this video, you’re feeling the same way I had felt for years. I am NOT a doctor, but I know what worked for me after years of trying different things.  Let me encourage you to Thrive a shot before you do anything else. I tried a number of things and nothing worked. I couldn’t exercise because I had no energy to get started and keep going. But someone introduced me to Thrive and my life has completely changed. http://www.UpgradeUrDrive.Le-Vel.com try a one week sample, see for yourself and you’ll be glad you did. Best of luck. -Don

  • I sleep enough, work out, only drink water (2l a day), have no depression or anxiety and a good diet.
    But I m still sooo tired throughout the day and it doesn’t matter how much I sleep, I m still sooo extremely tired and have 0 energy.
    What should I do?
    Or does anybody have the same problem and knows what it is?

  • greetings to the great state of Arkansas bologna little bit of coffee is fine and dandy and actually healthy it’s what people put in the coffee at you have to be careful couple cups of coffee a day is nothing

  • Great video! I have also found that there are 33 potential causes of fatigue and everyone with fatigue has multiple causes (usually they have around 20 of these causes!). Additionally, everyone with fatigue has DIFFERENT causes of fatigue. This is what makes fatigue so hard to treat and why it’s so important that the individual’s causes are identified so that their treatment can be tailored appropriately to their causes. Here’s a video I did on the subject: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhDgeAaqCH4&t=1s

  • 1. I go to bed at 7pm to 8pm and I am still tired.

    2. I sleep fine. I knock out for 8 hours and I wake tired.

    3. 4. I’ve given up on life. Buts it’s not like I’m an emo. I just go on as if nothing happened.

    5. I’ve been eating less and healthier compared to my golden days. I eat tons of eggs and I am still tired.

    6. Maybe.

    7. All I drink is water all day.

    8. I’m fit as a muel. And I coach basketball 2 times a day.
    Plus I’m injried 24/7. So I slow down.

    9. Perhaps but don’t care. See 3 and 4.

    10. Haha naw yo

    11. See 10. I’ve just changed my diet.

    12. Maybe.

    13. My heart skips a beat once every 2 months.

    14. Hahah naw man.

    15. My meds are fruit and veggies

  • 1. You sleep too little
    2. You don’t sleep well
    3. You’re struggling with stress
    4. You’re depressed
    5. Your diet is not giving your body what it needs
    6. You have a good sensitivity you don’t know about
    7. You’re not drinking enough water
    8. You aren’t exercising enough
    9. Your hormones are imbalanced
    10. You may have leaky gut syndrome
    11. You may be anemic
    12. Your Blood sugar may be imbalanced
    13. Your heart needs more attention
    14. Hepatitis can tire you out
    15. It’s the side effects of the meds.