Video: ❶ Why Am I Tired?
After waking up in the morning, do you not feel cheerful and rested? Do you feel lethargic and apathetic already in the middle of the working day? And in the evening, completely fall off your feet, not being able to do home cleaning and cooking dinner? Then you need to carefully consider your health and identify the reasons that led to the state of chronic fatigue. Location: Location:
One of the most common causes of increased fatigue is lack of sleep. It is enough to get enough sleep for only 20 minutes every day, and the body will not have time to recover from mental and physical exertion. Get 8-9 hours of sleep a day. If you have to wake up at 6 o'clock in the morning, go to bed at 10 pm. Do not seek to replace sleep with watching TV. Better to walk for 10-20 minutes in the fresh air or drink tea with honey. Then it will be easier for you to fall asleep.
The second leading cause of fatigue is malnutrition. The lack of vitamins and minerals seriously affects the health and vitality of the body. Make sure that your diet is varied, including enough proteins, fats and carbohydrates. The recommended ratio in the daily diet is 60% carbohydrates, 24% fats and 16% proteins.
Lack of iron in the diet can lead to anemia. Eat apples, eggs, fish, and red meat regularly to prevent anemia. In winter and spring, when there are few fresh vegetables and fruits in your diet, drink multivitamins.
Chronic fatigue can be associated with thyroid disease. With a reduced production of hormones (hypothyroidism), the menstrual cycle is disrupted, it becomes difficult to concentrate and weight increases. With increased thyroid function (hyperthyroidism), insomnia and irritability appear, heart rhythm is disturbed, and weight is reduced. Have you noticed similar signs? Consult an endocrinologist.
Fatigue can be influenced by kidney disease, diabetes, low blood pressure, varicose veins, and being overweight. For any of the listed diseases, a doctor's consultation and complex treatment are required.