Why, even though I get good night sleeps, I still feel extremely tired during the day?
I have insomnia, granted, but Even when I get a good at least two days of good night's sleep, I still feel fatigued, or rather extremely tired, during the day? I need answers!
I believed it is not about your sleep. It's about your health. Check with your family doctor, he might suggests some vitamins that suitable for your needs.
Beside, if you are overweight, this might be the problem.
In the morning, take a little exercise, take a walk for about 30 mins. This exercise generally helps for most people.
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I was/am noctournal for long bouts. This starts when stress levels are up usually, can also affect you if you've things to do during the day but can't quite bring yourself to do them.
There is emotional stress, when people give you a lot of hassle and say things like the way you are is because you're lazy. Not necessarily so. I just needed my own space and to get out of destructive relationships and away from disruptive people.
It could be that you have sleep apnea and while you might feel as if you are sleeping well, you might not be. I would suggest you see a doctor and have a physical and let the doc know about this.
Check your Sugar Levels ... if high ... stop eating Junk foods ... eat fresh fruits and veggies, walk in fresh air, do light exercise... Regulate your habits, to Normal ... a beer is no help ...
Exhaustion ... meaning, feeling tired, at any point in the day ... especially at the work place ... or home, is a sign of "Stress."
Stress is Generated, when you cannot find a Solution.
So when in Stress ...remember the Saying ... "This time will also Change" ... But also remember, only thinking, never solved any Practical Problems in life ...
Remember, you cannot move a needle, with any amount of Thinking ... all it takes, is a little Action ...
So Never Delay, the Needed Action.
I agree that in most cases the culprit is your sugar consumption.
Fatigue is a major symptom of unstable blood glucose and insulin.
This can actually be fixed very easily. Just go 2-3 weeks straight eating 5-6 small meals every day 3 hours apart. Each meal should not exceed 20 grams of carbs. The only carbs that don't count are those of fiber and the ones from dark leafy green vegetables.
Try this and see how your energy will rise. Of course, there is more.
The key thing to remember is that the human body is like a car. To do its function it needs energy. The gasoline for a person is measured in calories. How much gas you put in doesn't matter, but rather the source.
Is it coming from carbs, proteins, fats? What kind of each? All this matters and makes a bigger difference to your every day life than most people care to realize.
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