If you’re feeling overly tired or have little energy, you’re not alone.
Fatigue may be caused by simple factors like a lack of sleep or coming down with a cold or the flu. However, it can also be caused by underlying health conditions.
Even though everyone feels tired from time to time, chronic fatigue can harm your quality of life and prevent you from doing things you enjoy.
In most cases, fatigue can be remedied by lifestyle or dietary modifications, correcting a nutrient deficiency, or treating an underlying medical condition. Still, to improve fatigue, you need to get to the bottom of what’s causing it.
Here are some potential reasons why you’re always tired.
1: Not getting enough high quality sleep
2: Nutrient deficiencies like vitamin B1, B2, B12, vitamin D, or magnesium.
4: Dietary imbalances
5: Consuming too much caffeine
6: Consuming too much caffeine
7: Overweight or obesity
8: Ultra-processed foods
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