Five Main Reasons Why You’re Always Tired And Sleepy (2 of 2)

Nutritional Deficiency

Your body runs on the food you put into it. If that doesn’t meet its requirements adequately, feelings of tiredness or drowsiness can’t be avoided. Therefore, it is crucial that you consume a variety of fruits and vegetables on a daily basis. Along with that, sufficient protein and water intake is a must. Even if you eat healthy most of the time, getting regular blood tests is needed to come to know of anything you may be deficient in and to make up for it via food or supplements.

Your life may get hectic at times and leave you with no time to care for yourself. However, it is up to you to make your health a priority. It is a prerequisite to enable you to fulfill both your personal and professional duties to the best of your capability.



Undiagnosed medical conditions

We haven’t included this point to freak you out, but to make you more conscious of your general health. Most probably this may not be the case with you. But if any of the above-mentioned don’t explain your constantly low energy levels, getting a complete body test done is the course of action to be taken. It could be a common ailment that can be treated with little care or (hopefully not) something serious that needs immediate attention. Common conditions that suck the body’s vigor are diabetes, thyroid, anemia, food intolerance, glandular fever, etc.

This concludes our list of possible reasons that could be keeping you forever low on energy. Stay healthy!