Tiredness, also known as fatigue, is a common condition. It affects most people

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    vijaysinh1posted 8 years ago

    Tiredness - Causes, Symptoms and Cure

    Tiredness, also known as fatigue, is a common condition. It affects most people at some point in their lives. Tiredness levels vary from person to person. What seems like just "normal" tiredness can lead to a more debilitating feeling, which is constant fatigue or extreme tiredness. It could also bring about the onset of a disabling tiredness known as chronic fatigue syndrome.

    This just goes to show that tiredness can become a long-term problem, which can have a severe impact in your quality of life and day-to-day activities. But how can you tell if you're experiencing extreme tiredness? What are the symptoms? What really causes tiredness? How can you avoid and cure it?

    The Symptoms

    A lot of people nowadays get tired quite easily and more frequently. It's like a bad habit that keeps coming back or a bad feeling that won't go away. You will know that you have persistent tiredness if you feel sleepy and weak during the day and if you lack energy. You may have feelings of depression, loss of motivation and poor concentration. You may also experience difficulty making decisions.

    The Causes

    There are many factors that cause tiredness. Like tiredness levels, the causes vary depending on the individual. It could be a physical, emotional or medical cause. To give clearer examples, your extreme tiredness could be the result of poor quality sleep, lack of exercise, inactivity, poor diet and stress. Medical diseases and issues, pregnancy, weight problems and sleep disorders could also be causing you this unfavorable condition.

    Furthermore, unhealthy lifestyle can also be a cause of extreme tiredness. If you have an irregular or disturbed sleeping pattern, you will find it hard to sleep well at night. So, it's natural that you will feel tired and weak in the morning. If you drink too many caffeinated or alcoholic drinks and if you stay up too late at night to party or watch TV, you'll also likely experience extreme tiredness.

    The Cure

    You can overcome tiredness with some simple and practical measures. Make some changes in your habits and lifestyle. You can start by optimizing your sleep. Try to get good quality sleep as much as you can. Improve your sleep routine by going to bed and getting up at the same time everyday, taking short naps during the day, developing pre-sleep rituals that remind your body that it's time to sleep, making sure that your room is conducive to sleeping, not drinking caffeinated drinks and smoking before going to bed, and eating meals earlier in the evening.

    What you eat and drink can have a big impact on your physical, mental and emotional condition. So if you want to avoid and overcome extreme tiredness, make sure you eat a healthy and well-balanced diet. Drink a lot of water and cut down on caffeine and alcohol.

    If you're unfit, you are more susceptible to tiredness, so try to exercise regularly. Introduce a physical activity in your routine, even if it's just brisk walking in the afternoon. It also helps if you eliminate stress and find time to relax. Meditation, yoga, a massage and a sport or hobby can make you feel better.

    Of course if a medical or health problem is the source of your tiredness, then it's best to consult your doctor or an expert to know the right treatment for your condition.

    Overcoming tiredness can be easy if you have the patience, determination and discipline to follow these simple measures. It may be hard at first, but it will all be worth it in the end. You can live a happy and healthy life.

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    studentcentreposted 8 years ago

    When you enjoy each day as well as enjoy all that you do, these syndromes seldom arise.

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    Muhammad Harizposted 8 years ago



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