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Physically Exhausted --- Why I Am so Tired All the Time

Updated on February 14, 2020
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Many factors can be contributing to your Tiredness. It’s possible you’re not getting enough sleep because of an underlying health issue, like sleep apnea or narcolepsy. Your doctor can help you figure out the cause of your tiredness and how to manage it. If you've made lifestyle changes For yourself such as, diet, control of stress levels, and comport sleep but still feel tired all the time, an underlying medical problem could be present.

I am sick and tired of being sick and tired.

why tiredness Do you know?

Most people wouldn’t consider daytime tiredness to be a big deal. A lot of the time, it isn’t. But if your tiredness is ongoing and getting in the way of your everyday life, it may be time to see the doctor. Psychological stress is much more extreme than depression and is caused by a physical disorder. Anxiety, which can induce insomnia and in turn lead to chronic fatigue, is one of the key reasons. Problems with mental health such as depression or anxiety can make you feel more tired.

Possible reasons for being tired all the time are as follow.


If you're prone to skip meals, you might not get the calories you need to hold up your energy. Long delays between meals may cause blood sugar to fall, reducing body strength.

Also do not skip meals. In addition, you should also eat healthy snacks that boost energy between meals, especially when you start feeling sluggish. Bananas, oatmeal, whole-grain crackers, protein bars, dry fruits, and nuts are smoothie options.

Vitamins deficiency

Tiredness all the time can also be a symptom of deficiencies of vitamins. That could include low vitamin D, vitamin B-12, calcium, magnesium, or potassium amounts. A routine blood test can help to identify a flaw.Your health care professional may recommend taking supplements. Moreover, you should increase the intake of certain products to normally fix a deficiency. Eating clams, meat, and liver, for example, could reverse a B-12 deficiency.


Chronic stress can cause headaches, pain in the body, trouble with the stomach and exhaustion.

If the body is under pain, it goes into fight-or-flight mode. It triggers cortisol and adrenaline to rise, which trains the body to cope with such conditions. The reaction is healthy in small doses. In the case of persistent or continuing stress it takes a toll on the properties of your body, letting you feel exhausted

How to overcome Tiredness

Drink more Water
Be careful with caffeine
Dont skip your breakfast
Eat iron rich Foods
Reduce Alcohol consumption
Taking therapy
sleep well
Reduce stress

It's hard to eat well if you're not getting good sleep you will feel tired and it's hard to exercise. And the same is true. All are linked


This is a condition that makes it difficult for your blood to transport oxygen around your body. A common type is called anemia an' iron deficiency.'

Iron is behaving like a train car holding oxygen in your body. "Low-ironers don't have enough cars on their ride," says Friedman. "They get drained, they feel dizzy as they stand up, they get brain fog, they get heart palpitations." With a simple blood test, the doctor will be able to examine you for anemia.


Doctors don't know exactly why people become so exhausted. Another probable reason is that the body uses a lot of resources to cope with your frequent changes in levels of blood sugar.

What else do the doctors understand is that tiredness is one of the most common diabetes signs. It also contains certain signs too, You can feel thirsty, and often have to go to the toilet.


Medication can sometimes lead you to be tired all the time. Think back to when you first experienced tiredness during the day. Was this around the time a new medicine was started? Check the labels of the medications to see if discomfort is a common side effect. If it does, talk with your specialist. They could recommend another medication, or reduce the dose.

Heart problem

Extreme tiredness is a common sign of congestive heart failure which occurs when it is not working as well as it should. your tiredness usually gets worse when you're exercising. You may also have arms or legs swollen, and shortness of breath.


Overweight will cause fatigue, too. The more weight you bear, the more the body will need to function to finish daily work

Try coming up with a weight loss plan and boost your level of energy. Begin with light activity such as walking or cycling, and as the stamina enables, gradually increase speed. Enjoy more fresh fruits and vegetables and whole grains. Limit your intake of sugar, junk foods, and high-fat foods.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

© 2020 Azaz


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