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Are You Always Tired? End Tiredness by Being Healthy

Updated on March 29, 2014

Have you ever wondered why there are people who have high levels of energy all the time, and yet there are those who are always tired or have very low energy levels. The answers are not always the same. There are those who are always tired because of lack of sleep and rest, there are those who are stressed due to poor lifestyle, and some of the major reason for your tiredness may have something to do with your overall health.

Health Problems and Tiredness

Tiredness may be a symptom to many health problems. So if you are generally living a healthy lifestyle, and you suddenly become always tired, you might want to see a doctor to help you determine what your illness is.

Poor Lifestyle and Tiredness

If you are generally healthy but is always tired, then there must be something wrong with your lifestyle. It is often difficult to make lifestyle changes but if you want to end your tiredness, this may be the only solution to your problem. Are you someone who is always at work and doesn’t have enough rest? This can be a cause to your tiredness.

Lack of sleep and rest could also be a major factor to your being tired. If you don’t get enough sleep during the night, you will be tired during the day. The average time of sleep and rest a person needs will depend on how much time you need to get yourself rested. Eight hours of sleep a night is generally recommended to many people but in the end, you will be the one to determine the amount of time that gets you rested.

Lack of water can contribute to your being tired. So the next time you feel tired, try drinking a glass of water and see if it helps relieve your tiredness.

Diet can be a cause to tiredness also. Diets that lack nutritional value may cause you to be more tired. So it is best to eat your main meals in a day and lessen the intake of junk foods and sugary beverages. Adding fresh fruits and vegetables in your meals can actually help lessen your tiredness because they can help you to minimize your intake of meat that can cause a feeling of heaviness to your body.


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    • DabbleYou profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      Hi Aslaught, hope this hub helped you realize that being tired all the time is not normal. Hope you find ways to help you end your tiredness. Thanks for dropping by. :)

    • aslaught profile image


      7 years ago from Alabama

      I am tired all the time and thought I was just getting old. Thanks for an informative hub!


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