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People nowadays generally feel tired but that can actually be attributed to their lifestyle.
Poor nutrition, not taking the right supplements, and even lack of sleep are all contributing factors.

Today, I am going to be talking about the most common causes of fatigue so that you will know what and how to avoid them.

1. Not Giving Your Body Enough Fuel

Just like your car, our bodies actually need fuel and that can only be gotten if you eat the right kinds of food.

Do not eat refined carbs, sweets, or foods that are rich in sodium and fat because they are unhealthy and will not provide body with clean energy.

It is also best that you avoid drinking way too much coffee since the caffeine content might lead to disrupted circadian rhythms.

Think about eating only whole foods that are fresh with no added preservatives.

2. Not Enough Sleep

Here is a known fact: we sleep 1/3 of our lives. No matter what you do to minimize your sleeping hours, your body will find a way to somehow encourage you to get those Z’s.

A good rule of thumb would be to get 7-8 hours of sleep per night. Make sure that your bed is comfy and cozy, your room is dark and cool, and do not use gadgets an hour or
two prior to sleeping.

3. Anemia

People who are deficient in iron are known to have anemia. It is a condition that your red blood cells will not be as effective in delivering oxygen to the different parts of your body, therefore, leaving you feeling lethargic in the process.

Although this is common in women, men can also be subject to anemia as well. Eating some red meat (in moderation) and taking some supplements can help.

4. Sleep Apnea

If you get 7-8 hours of sleep per night and you still feel fatigued when you wake up, you’re probably experiencing sleep apnea.

This is a condition where you pause your breathing for a brief period and then resume, which will result in loud snores.

People who are susceptible to this are those who are overweight and engage in bad behaviors such as too much alcohol consumption and smoking, among many others.

5. Too Much Caffeine

People nowadays resort to drinking coffee for a quick energy boost, but drinking too much can actually lead to the opposite effect.

Too much caffeine in your body will not only affect your circadian rhythm, but it will also cause heart palpitations, high blood pressure, and general anxiety.

If you must drink coffee, limit yourself to a maximum of 3 per day and you should not consume one 5 hours before you sleep.

6. Depression

Depression is one of the psychological factors that can contribute to fatigue. Consult a psychiatrist if you are suffering from such a condition.

7. Heart Disease

If you are suffering from heart disease, your heart will not be efficient enough to pump blood to the many different areas in your body, which will result in fatigue.

A combination of a healthy diet coupled with the right exercises can help you get back on track. Also, make sure that you get your diet in check, especially if you are overweight.

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