10 Medical Reasons Why You Are Feeling Tired and Fatigued All the Time - Weekly Cent

10 Medical Reasons Why You Are Feeling Tired and Fatigued All the Time


We all tend to get overtired or overworked from time to time and such instances of temporary tiredness can be a normal response to mental and physical activity. It may also be due to lack of sleep, jet lag, lack of physical activity or an unhealthy diet. However, unrelenting exhaustion or fatigue is more intense and is very different than drowsiness.

We all tend to get overtired or overworked from time to time and such instances of temporary tiredness can be a normal response to mental and physical activity. It may also be due to lack of sleep, jet lag, lack of physical activity or an unhealthy diet. However, unrelenting exhaustion or fatigue is more intense and is very different than drowsiness. You experience unexplained, persistent and relapsing exhaustion that does not get better with rest when suffering from fatigue. Constant lack of energy and ongoing fatigue may be due to some underlying health problems. Here are 10 reasons which are why you might be feeling tired and fatigued all the time:

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

One main reason behind fatigue is chronic fatigue syndrome – CFS whose symptoms are similar to adrenal fatigue. If you experience CFS, you experience extreme fatigue after any kind of physical or mental activities and doesn’t improve even with rest. You might face difficulty in falling and staying asleep during the night and frequently get sick. Other symptoms include muscle and joint pain, headache, sore throat and trouble concentrating.

Researchers believe that viruses, hypotension, weak immune system, and hormonal imbalances are few factors that cause chronic fatigue syndrome. There are several treatment options available and additionally change in diet by avoiding caffeine, excess sugar, and packaged foods can help regain your energy. Cognitive behavioral therapy and graded exercise therapy are treatment options with the best outcomes.

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