Causes of Tiredness And How To Stop It
You CAN Overcome Your Chronic Tiredness & Fatigue
Everyone has experienced a level of fatigue at different times in their life. But when that feeling is persistent and effects portions of everyday living it becomes a condition referred to as chronic fatigue. According to experts approximately 1 in 10 people are suffering from this condition at any given time.
The causes of tiredness vary from individual to individual but they have some of the same common symptoms. These include;
lack of energy and sleepiness during the day, lack of personal motivation, unable to concentrate, have a difficult time making decisions and mild to severe depression.
Only about 9 out of 100 people suffer from chronic fatigue due to a physical disease. The remaining 91% find that their causes of tiredness are either lifestyle or emotional and women are also more likely to suffer from fatigue then men.
Physical diseases such as anemia, a thyroid that is either under-active or over active, asthma and sleep apnea are the most common culprits in this category. Many people who suffer from these diseases actually fuel their fatigue because they tend to avoid physical activity all together. This makes them even more unfit and fatigue becomes an even greater problem.
Emotional causes of tiredness are certainly at the top of the list. Worry, stress, tragedy, unforeseen situations and issues have a way of draining your physical energy from your body. People feel like they just want to curl up in a ball and make the world go away. This feeling of losing control can take over and this is the point where sleep problems develop and depression may set in.
This also rolls into the lifestyle issues that create fatigue. If you don’t sleep properly you can’t be at your best. Infants and young children can be exhausting. An improper diet and drinking too much caffeine and alcohol make it difficult to sleep well. Being overweight is a big cause of fatigue.
The methods to stop tiredness are pretty straight forward when done correctly…
If something is not working then you need to put one foot in front of the other and change things.
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