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10 Reasons You’re Always Tired—That Aren't Lack of Sleep

Eat This, Not That! Logo By © Provided by Eat This, Not That! of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 11: By Christina StiehlIf you find yourself yawning throughout the day and struggling to keep your eyes open, it might have nothing to do with how much sleep you got the night before.You know getting plenty of sleep is essential for overall health. Snoozing for the recommended six to eight hours a night not only keeps you energized for the day but also can help you lose weight. But even if you go to bed early, get your full eight hours, and wake up at a reasonable time, you could still spend your day feeling constantly tired and lethargic. It could be chronic fatigue, a complicated disorder that still has doctors stumped: there’s no test for it, and the only symptoms are feeling tired all the time, weakness, and muscle and joint pain. But before your doctor delivers a chronic fatigue diagnosis, he or she must rule out a number of other medical disorders. Here are some of the biggest medical and lifestyle reasons why you’re tired all the time. And to up your energy levels, be sure to avoid the 40 Habits that Make You Sick and Fat.

10 Reasons You’re Always Tired—That Aren't Lack of Sleep

If you find yourself yawning throughout the day and struggling to keep your eyes open, it might have nothing to do with how much sleep you got the night before.

You know getting plenty of sleep is essential for overall health. Snoozing for the recommended six to eight hours a night not only keeps you energized for the day but also can help you lose weight. But even if you go to bed early, get your full eight hours, and wake up at a reasonable time, you could still spend your day feeling constantly tired and lethargic.

It could be chronic fatigue, a complicated disorder that still has doctors stumped: there’s no test for it, and the only symptoms are feeling tired all the time, weakness, and muscle and joint pain. But before your doctor delivers a chronic fatigue diagnosis, he or she must rule out a number of other medical disorders. Here are some of the biggest medical and lifestyle reasons why you’re tired all the time. And to up your energy levels, be sure to avoid the 40 Habits that Make You Sick and Fat.

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