Three Reasons Why You're So Exhausted

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In this modern day and age, it seems that everybody is feeling just so tired! In alot of cases, people feel exhausted constantly, no matter how much sleep they get. In fact, some people feel even worse when they sleep in! So what are the real reasons as to why you're feeling tired? Read more and find out how to improve your morale.

If you're feeling worse after a 'good' night's sleep, you may want to cut down on the beauty rest.
If you're feeling worse after a 'good' night's sleep, you may want to cut down on the beauty rest.

If you're mainly tired when you're exercising but feel fine afterwards:

You could simply be unfit. Your energy levels increase as you participate in regular activity, so keep on exercising and soon you'll feel better. However, it may be possibly that you are anaemic if you look paler, feel light-headed, experience breathlessness while resting or have recently become pregnant. With this type of fatigue, it is advisable to see a doctor if you have dry skin, are sensitive to the cold even when its warm or you're constantly gaining weight without altering your lifestyle. If you have these symptoms, its possible that you have an underactive thyroid. Ask your family to see if the condition is hereditary.

How many hours do you sleep a night?

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If you feel good while excercising, but tired afterwards:

You may just need to be more active. To achieve this, you could leave the keys at home and walk to work, providing its nearby. However, if your weight is fluctuating, you have trouble sleeping or are experiencing low moods at random intervals, its possible that you are suffering from depression. To combat this, excercise is very effective as it releases endorphins into your bloodstream. You should find that your case will clear itself up if you treat yourself right. However, if the depression persists, you experience panic attacks, anxiety or unpleasant thoughts, it may be time to visit your GP.

Is it possible that you are suffering from depression?

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If, after you've been active, you feel tired, thirsty and faint:

You could very well be dehydrated. The body's essential systems need water to function, and if you don't get enough of it, you can experience decreased health. Drinking too much tea, coffee and alcohol during the day can also contribute to this. If, in addition, you have cold or flu-like symptoms, you may just be suffering from hayfever, especially if it runs in the family. Many over-the-counter treatments are available for this. You may have a fatigue syndrome caused by a viral infection if you have achy muscles and are feeling tired for a long time after an illness. It is rather common in women, however, your doctor can only provide you with symptom relief.

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The Good Cook 7 years ago

Thanks for this hub.

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Pearldiver 7 years ago from Tomorrow - In Words & NZ Time.

You write nice hubs - I think maybe it's go something to do with Hot Dogs -- :) Good luck with your challenge.

blaze_xeno 7 years ago

good work

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Tamarii2 7 years ago from NEW YORK

Thanks for responding to my question.

Your hubs are warm and caring.It seems like you care about informing others about how to take care of their body.I enjoyed reading your work.I will check in from time to time to read more of hubs.Peace.

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Cam Anju 7 years ago from Stoughton, Wisconsin

Cool hub, thanks... :)

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wrenfrost56 7 years ago from U.K.

Your so right everyone is feeling tired in todays society and you have given a good insight in to why this is. Good hub.

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epigramman 6 years ago

three reasons why I am rejuvanated: I have been reading your life affirming hubs for the last three days!!!

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Anna Marie Bowman 6 years ago from Florida

Useful info! I know I don't get enough sleep, enough exercise, enough water, enough of anything, really. Another common reason for feeling tired is anemia. If someone is iron (or some other essential mineral) deficient, it can cause them to feel tired.. Excellent info!!

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