Are you tired all the time? Well, today I'm going to give you 9 shocking reasons you're always tired. Even when you think you've had a good night's sleep, do you tend to wake up feeling fatigued? Are you someone who feels sleepy at work? Do you nod off while helping your kids with homework? Are you finding yourself to be too tired to exercise? Do you fall asleep during movie night? If so, you are not alone. There are many people who are always tired but what they don't know is that this fatigue is often due to an underlying medical reason.
Now, the term for always feeling tired is fatigue and fatigue is actually quite a common complaint but again, what many people don't know is that fatigue is not always just a simple fix. Many people decide that if they just get better rest then it should be cured but if your fatigue is due to an underlying medical cause, it may be deeper than that.
This video is intended to be informational only. It is not a medical consultation, nor is it personalized medical advice. For medical advice, please consult your physician.
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9 Reasons You're Always Tired
1. Obstructive Sleep Apnea
2. Anemia Or Low Blood
3. Thyroid Disease
4. Congestive Heart Failure
5. Kidney Disease
6. COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
7. Rheumatologic Disorders
9. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
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So these are just some of the many, many medical conditions that can cause you to feel tired all the time. There are others such as cancer if you have an underlying malignancy, diabetes and the list goes on and on. Make sure that if you are feeling tired and you've gotten enough sleep and it's something just more than that, and your gut tells you that it is, be sure to consult your physician to have a proper workup.
Some basic things to do if you're tired all the time is number one, make sure you're getting enough sleep, 7 hours at least, preferably each night of uninterrupted sleep. You want to make sure you have good sleep hygiene. In other words, make sure that your bedroom or the place where you're sleeping is reserved for bedroom activities. Don't have the lights on, don't have the TV on. Don't do all kinds of exercise and activity.
Try to keep it a place that is strictly reserved for sleep and other bedroom activities. You also want to make sure you're drinking enough water, have a healthy diet, and very importantly, that you consult your physician.
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