Sunday, 3 January 2016

10 Reasons why you are tired always.....!

           1.   Anemia:
Anemia is arises because an iron or vitamin deficiency, blood loss, internal bleeding or a chronic disease such as rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, kidney failure. Women of childbearing age are specially susceptible to iron deficiency anemia because of blood loss during menstruation and the body's need for extra iron during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Women with heavy periods and pregnant women are especially prone to anemia.

          2.     Lack of sleep:

      This is most important cause of tired always is getting too little sleep. Babies need   16 hours a day. Most adults need seven to eight hours a night, but may need as little as five hours or as much as 10 hours of sleep a day.

     3.   Eating too little:

It is another cause of fatigue. Not eating enough or having the wrong foods can be a problem. If you start your day with doughnuts, your blood sugar will peak and crash, leaving you sluggish. So always eat a healthy

breakfast. Try to include protein and complex carbohydrates, like eggs and whole meal toast, to keep your energy levels stable.

     4.   Depression:

Depression is a major illness that affects we sleep, eat and feel about ourselves and others. Sometimes making you feel very sad, depression can also make you feel drained of energy. It can stop you falling asleep because you to wake up early in the morning which makes you feel more tired during the day. Fatigue, headaches and loss of appetite are most common physical symptoms. 

     5.   Diabetes:

When you have got diabetes the sugar stays in the bloodstream instead of entering the body cells, it can be converted to energy. Sugar also called glucose is the fuel that keeps your body going. People with type 2 diabetes who can't use glucose properly causing it to build up in the blood. The other symptoms are feeling very thirsty, going to the toilet a lot and weight loss.

     6.   Thyroid:

The thyroid is a small gland in your neck and produces hormones that control your metabolism. When it is underactive and metabolism functions too slowly you may feel sluggish and put on weight.  Too much thyroid hormone and metabolism speeds up. 

     7.   Sleep apnea:

Sleep apnea means you have sleep disrupting problem if you wake up feeling tired.  Sleep apnea is a disorder by brief interruptions of breathing during sleep. Sleep apnea briefly stops your breathing many times during the night. Each interruption disrupts your sleep for a moment, but you may not be aware of it.  The most common type of sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea, collapses for a few seconds, which alerts your brain to wake you up to begin breathing again. 

      8.   Food Intolerance:

Food intolerance can make you feel sleepy. If your tiredness gets after eating certain things you may have food intolerance. Your body reacts badly when you have gluten, which is a substance found in foods like bread, cakes and cereals. This mechanism causing a food allergies to typically give immediate reaction to foods. Food intolerance reactions can occur to naturally occurring chemicals in foods, as in salicylate sensitivity.

          9 .    More Exercise:

Daily exercise can go a long way in curing your daytime fatigue. Exercise breeds energy. You can do exercise at least 40 minutes a day, 4 days a week. Exercise also releases endorphins which will leave you simply "feeling good" about yourself and makes your body healthy.

        10.    Foods high in sugar and caffeine:
It can have a temporary energy boosting effect on the mind and body's alertness, short energy is getting. If you are pushing through fatigue with caffeine, look at your rest habits. With 7 or 8 hours a night, you can reduce the caffeine in your diet to no more than a few cups of coffee or black tea a day. You can switch to green tea for a more subtle energy boost with added health benefits.


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