Can life make you tired? I've never been so tired in my life as I've been lately

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  1. schoolgirlforreal profile image77
    schoolgirlforrealposted 10 years ago

    Can life make you tired? I've never been so tired in my life as I've been lately, it's awful sad

  2. CyclingFitness profile image91
    CyclingFitnessposted 10 years ago

    Sadly it can although there's are likely reason for being so tired- Have you been getting plenty of sleep? Suffering with extra stress in your life?
    It may also be that you have caught a virus

    How long have you felt so tired? Has anything in your life changed?

  3. ThePracticalMommy profile image92
    ThePracticalMommyposted 10 years ago

    Life can certainly make you tired, especially if it's a stressful life. Simply thinking about things in my life can exhaust me.

    I would answer the questions that CyclingFitness has listed for yourself. Exercise might also help--and that doesn't have to be an added stressor. Simply getting out of a chair and walking around a room can reinvigorate a person.

    I hate to say this, but it's on TV commercials all the time: depression can make you tired. If you continue to feel this way, no matter what you think it might be, you should see your doctor to rule out anything else.

    Best wishes. smile

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    Helpful Hannaposted 10 years ago

    It seems as though the list of things is never ending.  We over do it for sure!  I'm tired too.

  5. schoolgirlforreal profile image77
    schoolgirlforrealposted 10 years ago

    @Cycling Fitness, yes...I've got quite alot of stress lately
    thanks for  your responses

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    marellenposted 10 years ago

    yes, I think life can get you down, especially when you have so many things in the fire. You may want to take a look at all the things you have on your plate and either delegate to someone else or put some off for now.

  7. howcurecancer profile image61
    howcurecancerposted 10 years ago

    Our life is stressful. Too many media, too many news, too many bills to pay, too many options, I think.

  8. tsmog profile image77
    tsmogposted 10 years ago

    SGFR , , ,and this goes beyond BP? Just tired? Yeah, I agree life can cause one to be exhausted, at least for me I know. Even when my mood levels are even keeled I can get behind, work at keeping up and I get exhausted. Then I have to put into motion preventive measure like others have mentioned. I zero point using Maslow's hierarchy of needs to evaluate where I may be out of balance, then focus on the which ever is the basics for this particular time. And, there is a very strong power always on my side and yours - hope!

  9. profile image57
    rieomposted 10 years ago

    If your tiredness continues to go on, then it is time to rule out medical conditions as a possible cause of your tiredness.

    It is possible that you could have a thyroid condition, low iron stores or even fibromyalgia.

    I would exercise in the meantime but limit it to small periods of time such as 10 minutes and work up from there so it does not aggravate a condition you might have and not know about.

  10. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 10 years ago

    mental stress can destroy your life. it makes you tired, edgy and confused. i've been there and it took me a while to realise what was going on. i finally did and with a few changes, i got by and now i'm energetic and mostly happy.

  11. cyberwriter profile image60
    cyberwriterposted 10 years ago

    I think you must be bored, I have that kind of feelings sometimes. when that feeling arises, I always look for some activities to take part in. some social gatherings would be good. Going to watch movies, singing in a club is a very good choice.

  12. naturalpainrelief profile image60
    naturalpainreliefposted 10 years ago

    Try to take a day to relax and not think about the things that are stressing you out. Get away from whatever is bothering you for a little while and hopefully that will help smile

  13. BlissfulWriter profile image78
    BlissfulWriterposted 10 years ago

    Yes, most definitely, life can make us tire especially in modern society where employers pushes employees to the limits of their productivity.  We don't have enough time to cook healthy meals, and we don't get enough sleep (meaning 8 hours).  And we want to exercise, but we don't have time because we are working too much.  And we have to work too much, because our money buys too little.  And our foods contains pesticides in nutrient-depleted soils, etc.

    Yes, that's tiring.


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