What’s the number one phrase heard by everyone these days? I’m so tired. That’s right, everyone always claims to be tired, no matter what time it is or what they’ve been doing, tiredness always seems to set in. Well, did you know that tiredness could be your body’s way of telling you something is wrong? It’s true, take a look at these reasons you’re always tired:

Poor Quality Sleep

We’ll kick things off with an obvious one; tiredness might be down to a lack of good quality sleep. It’s your body’s way of telling you that last night wasn’t a good night. You need more sleep, and you need a less disruptive sleep too. I touched upon the importance of sleep in this article here http://10b.50a.myftpupload.com/fatigue-isnt-joke-stop-treating-like-one/. I mentioned that sleep is key for restoring your energy levels after a long day. So, if you’re not getting enough shut-eye, you need to buck your ideas up! Sleep earlier, avoid caffeine for hours before bed and try to leave a good hour between your last gulp of water and bedtime. This helps you avoid getting up in the middle of the night to pee.

Lack Of Magnesium

Our body is made up of all sorts of different minerals that we take for granted. For example, did you know we have magnesium in our bodies, and it plays a role in tiredness? It’s true, a magnesium deficiency can cause things known as adrenal fatigue, which is why you might always be tired. Often, taking a magnesium supplement can help you combat fatigue and feel more alert and energized at all times. To learn more about the health benefits of magnesium, feel free to look at the content here: http://www.stop-being-tired.com/tiredness-and-food/magnesium.

Early Signs Of Dementia

If you’re constantly tired, particularly during the day when you should be alert, then it could be a sign of dementia. Or, more specifically, a strand of dementia called LBD. As it mentions here, www.lewybodyresourcecenter.org/what-is-lbd, LBD affects millions of people across the country, and daytime drowsiness is a key symptom. It’s worth going to a doctor and voicing your concerns just so they can run a few tests and determine if this is what your body is trying to tell you. Especially if you’re over 50.


Arguably the most common reason you’re tired is down to a lack of water. When we don’t hydrate ourselves properly, our body goes on lockdown to try and tell us something is wrong. We get tired, feel fatigued, and have no energy. Most of the time, this makes us think we need a caffeine boost, which will only worsen the problem. You can find so much information over on https://www.mayoclinic.org about the benefits of drinking water and how much you should drink. Hydrate yourself every day, and you’ll feel less fatigued.

Figure out what’s causing your tiredness, and you can work to fix it. Soon, you’ll be a new person, jumping around every day full of energy!

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Jamie Sanders is a freelance writer for many media outlets. She married her soulmate and writer, Dennis Sanders. They live in Boston with their two dogs.

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