5 Reasons Why You Feel Tired All the Time

I’ve noticed lately that when I ask friends how they’re doing, half the time their response is either “tired,” or “exhausted,” — it’s almost as though being worn out is just another part of our busy, modern-day lives that we’re somehow supposed to get used to. But I believe that when our bodies and minds are in sync and healthy, we should feel amazing and energized even when our schedules are full. If we’re getting enough rest, exercising and eating foods that fuel us, we should feel strong, satisfied and alert. But as most of us know, that’s easier said than done, and there are several reasons why you may be feeling mysteriously tired. 

In today’s blog I am sharing top 5 reasons on why you feel tired all the time .


1. Dehydration

Even slight dehydration has been shown to cause moodiness and fatigue in women; other signs can include headaches and inability to concentrate. It’s an easy fix: just drink more fluid throughout the day! 

This is my personal experience and since the time I started consuming water I can feel the change .


2. Not getting enough sleep

Before you roll your eyes at how obvious this one is, think about it: are you really getting 7 – 8 hours every night? Because that’s the amount that most people need, and if you’re not, this is likely what’s causing fatigue. Make an effort to get to bed earlier, and stick to a regular night time routine  that encourages a restful nights’ sleep.


This is one of the most common reasons why many women feel mysteriously fatigued all the time. If your doc says you have an iron deficiency, take a high-quality supplement and take proper care .

4. Hypothyroidism

Your thyroid controls how fast or slow your body converts fuel into energy, and hypothyroidism means that it’s under-active, resulting in a slower metabolism. Fatigue is usually accompanied by weight gain. Head to the doctor for a blood test if you think you may need to get your thyroid checked.

5. Depression

Many people don’t realize that depression has physical symptoms as well as emotional. If you’ve been feeling down in the dumps and tired for a few weeks, especially combined with loss of appetite or headaches, consider seeing a doctor to get it checked out.

That’s all for today , please feel free to add more points in the comment section below .

See you soon





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