try 30 minutes of exercise four times a week and cut down on the caffeine and sugar.
Drink more water. Just 5% of dehydration can make you 30% less productive and make you feel sluggish. By the time you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated.
When that happens to me, my iron is low. Have your doctor run blood work. It could be everything from needing some B12 to needing to add 15 minutes of exercise to your daily schedule -- even if it's just a brisk walk. Good luck!
Strangely enough, the more energy I use the more I feel like I gain. Since I started running I've felt much more energetic all day long.
I have always found that exercise helps to increase energy. Kind of weird, I know, since one can feel worn out after a workout, but it builds stamina, and I think that leads to increased energy. Sometimes too, feeling down emotionally can make you feel tired, so finding things that stimulate you and make you feel happier or more fulfilled can help you feel more energetic.
Ok, so I went to answer this question and found out it had a TON of answers. Since I've looked into this before, I went through and check all the answers, then tallied them up to see what was the best answer. Apparently, I came to the right conclusion myself, since I can personally verify the top 6, as well as 12 and 20.
1. Get More Exercise
2. Check Your Nutrition/Diet
3. Get More Vitamins
4. Change Your Sleep Habits (more/less)
5. It’s Due to Lack of Water/Electrolytes
6. Stay Positive/Motivation
8. You Have Low Iron
9. Get a Sugar/Caffeine Burst
10. It Could be Your Thyroid
11. What about Sleep Apnea
12. Eat Breakfast
13. It might be Depression
14. Try Some Yoga/Meditation
15. Check Your Medication
17. It’s Low Melatonin /Reduce EMF Sources
18. Try a Splash of Water in the Face
19. Get a new Mattress
20. Introduce Naps during the day
21. A Sedentary Job can cause it
22. You Might Have Low blood pressure
23. Check your Weight
24. You Might Have an Allergy
25. Try some Ginseng
26. Get a Detox
27. It’s a Psychic Attack!
Eating right is a major factor. I realize that is hard to do sometimes, so you can try to add supplements to your diet.
I use vitamin supplements (specifically FRS Healthy Energy). The antioxidant boost increases your body's ability to produce energy, and naturally raise your metabolism. Unlike diet pills and energy drinks, it doesn't give you a jolt of energy. Instead, allows your body to sustain it's natural energy throughout the day.
Exercise, drink coffee and go to sleep for a consistent time each night.
Exercise can be helpful. If you have a poor diet, try going to a more well-balanced, low sugar diet. Sometimes too much sleep can make a person lethargic as well, maybe try cutting back an hour and see how you feel.
i am facing a same problem and recently got to know that it is all because of our mental state of mind- for me it was because of excess thought
in order to over come you need to free your mind from thought
go for medations
do it for 15 days for at least 1 hours an day
you will get a good result
make you be happy
Not sure if this has been said, but being dehydrated can make you feel very tired - make sure you are getting enough to drink (beyond coffee, tea and other stimulants/diuretics!).
I would suggest reading a few of my articles. I am a massage therapist, and I study alot about the body and natural health, so you may find these helpful. http://etherealenigma.hubpages.com/hub/ … ur-Health; http://etherealenigma.hubpages.com/hub/ … em-Health; http://etherealenigma.hubpages.com/hub/ … Of-Toxins.
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As someone who fought incredible fatigue after radiation treatment, I can empathize with the challenge of fighting constant fatigue even after getting plenty of sleep. I wrote a hub about the few things that brought my energy back:
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First of all I would recommend you see a doctor to establish if this is a medical or psychological condition. You can also go to a sleep clinic where they can check your sleep pattern.
Other then that I would suggest you have a healthy diet, get up in the morning and do a bit of stretching, yoga or Tai-Chi. Rev yourself up with affirmative thoughts and statements and do an hour of sport every evening.
I would be curious to find out how you are getting on, please be so kind to keep me posted.
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Exercise, take B-vitamins, drink tea. Yerba matte tea is my "big guns" for solving the tired issue. if your are still tired after that you may want to talk to a doctor.
Watch your diet, get some exercise. You also might want to get a sleep study done to ensure you are getting a good sleep at night.
This question would have received many answers, but in my case the same thing happens to me sometimes. The solution for me was: mild exercise in the morning, such as stretching and walking; a good multivitamin; eating well ( veges, fruits and less starch); getting at least 7 to 8 hours sleep (there is such a thing as oversleep, which can also leave you tired). This helped me.
You might want to talk with a doctor, but taking vitamins and specific minerals help. Also exercise gives me an energy boost. A change in diet may help too.
Sounds like you're stressed out. If you exercise regularly, don't smoke, are in healthy shape, then are you depressed? Is this something that happens to you every day or only some days? Maybe it's your job? It could be an emotional issue, not physical, which is why I brought up being depressed.
As long as you are emotionally and physically healthy, there's nothing wrong with taking a power nap. If you work, use it on your lunch or breaks. A quick nap recharges your batteries. Just make sure you set your cell phone to wake you. lol
I have this problem sometimes as well. Some advice given to me was to drink a lot of water, and to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables of different colors. Of course, a cup of coffee in them mornings doesn't hurt either!
Good sleep alone is not enough. Check for the list below. These could be major reasons as I also felt the same till some time back.
1. You could be anemic.
2. You could be constipated; chronic constipation causes extreme fatigue as you accumulate toxins.
3. Are you overweight?
4. Are you having a very rich dinner and that too quite late.
5. Are you skipping breakfast or having too much of junk food without any nutrition.
6. Are you drinking very less water. Water is the elixir of life, do not skip it.
7. Are you taking too much of caffeine; not good.
I hope it will help you more than anything else. Also keep your activity levels high in form of walking or other means of physical exercises.
Low energy can be cuased by a few thing other then sleep. Not having any energy could be aslo described other ways. Are you exhusted, bored, apathetic, not interested, or sleepy?
Depressionn is at the top of the list for having low energy. Exercise is your best cure for that. Exercise is many times more effective then medication.
A diet high in saturated fat or low in b vitamins can cuase it. Stop eating fast food, anything deep fried, or oil. If your a vegatarian-or-vegan, find foods high in b vitamins like blue berries. You could also consider eating meat
If your bored, then just start doing something, even if it's not very interesting. Boredom is not caused by having nothing to do. It's cuased by an unwillingness to do it. Try to find something that you feel is usefull, that is a sure fire way to cure boredom.
Exhuastion can be cause by things you enjoy doing. If your wondering why your exhuasted then it is probably emotional exhastion. This can be cuased by thing you enjoy doing and being around people that you love and cherrish. It's simply that there is tomuch going on. Try relaxing with them, not every encounter has to be a moster bash.
A healthy diet and exercise is the best advice i can give you, from your description. If nothing i mentioned above rings a bell, then your problem could very likely be a medical one; consult a doctor.
You may be vitamin D deficient. The easiest way to fix this is to go outside for about 15 minutes a day. There are supplements but I don't know how effective they are. You also may be anemic (low iron) and you can take iron supplements or eat foods rich in iron. I suffer from both of these conditions and am able to manage them well.
Obviously if you're not sleeping between 7 and 10 hours every night then a lack of sleep doesn't exactly help. But even factors like how you sleep and your bedclothes can make you feel tired too.
Day in and day out, people roll out of bed after hitting the snooze button at least a dozen times and then spend the rest of their days chasing after the energy they thought they started the day out with, but never really had in the first place.
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If you have time to get plenty of sleep, than you should find time to do some exercise, maybe get to the gym. Talk to your doctor about your eating habits. Sometimes eating certain foods will make you feel sluggish and tired. Depending on your age you might want to possibly look into supplements, like vitamins for example.
It could be an iron deficiency. A healthy diet with more iron can boost your energy levels. I'm no doctor but that's what WebMD says, and I've had this problem too.
I had the problem... The doc told me that I drank too little water everyday... 5 litres of water is a must daily, and 6 if you work in an airconditioned room. Dehydration is the major cause of tiredness. The lack of water will get to you without you even realizing it.
Your diet is probably contributing to this - I used to have the same problem when I used to eat high-sugar crap. I switched to a high-protein, low-calorie, low-carb diet and have a lot more energy now. Cutting sugar out of your diet will help and it's a pretty painless cut to make. If you drink soda, replace it with water or coffee.
Exercising will also help. I go to the gym almost every day for about an hour nowadays and I don't get tired during the day like I used to.
I felt the same way for quite a while. Part of my problem may have been that my schedule was so weird because of graveyard shifts. However, recently I have started to wake up early and try to go to bed early. I have found that doing this, even though I thought I'd still be tired because some nights I don't go to bed as early as I'd like, I have had more energy and haven't felt as tired throughout the day. Early to bed, early to rise.
This is an interesting one, as tired people do not generally sleep well. In which case, it may be better to look at Haemoglobin or other Iron-related problems. Take also a thyroid function test; Look at diet or lack of balanced diet. You can visit a Kinesiologist, they can be very good at finding the problem. Try T.A.S.K.
There are many reasons for chronic fatigue but you seem to sleep very well. So I will bypass this. Try exercise like running or swimming. They may feel tiring in the beginning but will improve your energy with time.
There are a couple more illnesses which can make you tired even if you sleep well. Visit your General Practitioner, ask for a full blood profile and discuss your case. Higher blessings.
There are several factors to consider in order to know why you always feel tired during daytime (despite the fact that you had plenty of sleep). Do have a balanced diet? It is always important to be conscious with what we eat. Protein-rich foods and carbohydrates are dubbed as energy boosters. You must consult a nutritionist with this. The environment or surrounding can also affect your performance and make you feel tired. If you are surrounded with cheerful people, and have lesser stress regarding your work, then your energy will also be lifted up.
Have a regular exercise. It will make you feel revitalized. A short period of lifting, running or stretching will do.
I have written a hub about this topic. You can read this if you want : http://jemuelo.hubpages.com/hub/12-Effe … our-Energy
Hope it helps you. Goodluck!
It highly depends upon your "Life Style". What do you eat? Do you exercise? What do you do for a living? There is so much more to energy that sleep. I find that not only having a regular sleep pattern helps but also the types of food I eat through out the day, the amount of water I drink, and getting a daily sweat for at least 30 minutes a day, makes a huge difference in my energy level. And the great thing about it is that you don't need caffeine, energy drinks or crack to achieve energy. It's all a natural process. Good luck.
Engage in serious hobbies. writing or reading whatever you like... practicing of physical exercises in all the morning is too better to be more energetic
Take a look at your diet. what are you eating throughout the day that may be making you feel sluggish, also too much sleep can cause you to be drowsy throughout the day. it sounds crazy i know but it true. another reason for fatigue could be activity throughout the day, if you have a routine you will become tired and energized at around the same time throughout the day. try putting yourself on a schedule, this can be difficult if you have a job that requires unstructured hours but that could also help.
It could be caused by snoring, or perhaps you're just not sleeping as well as you think you are. I'd consult my doctor if I were you.
Exercise is probably part of it, but you should also see a nutritionist. Odds are good that there's something in your diet that's causing it.
I always say it's a good idea to get a check up.
For almost 2 years I dealt with fatigue which I blamed on everything from my mattress to my diet. Turned out to be an auto immune disease.
A check up and blood works is always a good idea and then consider other factors (diet, exercise, are you getting enough sleep- and productive sleep at that)
Quit smoking and alcohol, exercise more, eat more fresh fruit and veg and give yourself time in your day for extra naps. If that doesn't work after a few weeks, go get a doctor's advice.
Try making small changez in your diet. No cordial or Soft orange Juice or Juice concentrate.
There may be a more complex reason to your ailment. Perhaps a complete physical at your local medical centre will put your mind at rest about this.
Go ahead and sleep more !! Think positive and do what you like.
Consider a 3-mile jog every day. Start with 1 mile/slow pace for a week and lengthen your route weekly until you are comfortable with 3 miles. It's my secret to pump me up every morning and increase my productivity. Just make sure to skip once a week to allow your muscles to rest.
you want to take Physical Exercise . Because it have more of benefit
Physical exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness. It is performed for various reasons including strengthening muscles and the cardiovascular system, athletic skills, weight loss or maintenance, as well as for the purpose of enjoyment. Frequent and regular physical exercise the immune system, and helps prevent the "diseases of affluence" such as heart disease, cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes and obesity.
Excercise even if you do not want to. Take a 15 minute walk. Make sure you are getting protein and slow carbs( avoid white bread, white pasta, white carbs of any sort). Avoid white sugar and go for a natural sugar in fruit if your blood sugar is low. Hydrate with cold water. If you must have a small cup of coffee but not sugar. Take a power nap for about 15 minutes. Use B vitamins if you are not getting enough in your diet. Have your iron level checked if you avoid red meat. Drink green tea but avoid the supplements because they have been linked to liver problems.
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