Why you’re exhausted all the time

​Reasons why you’re exhausted all the time

Your diet is inflammatory

When you ’ re eating a diet full of processed foods, or even foods you have sensitivities to , you are making things harder for your body . Inflammatory foods create more free radicals in the body , which do damage and make it more difficult for the cells to produce energy . Ditch the sugary , processed foods and start eating more greens and berries .

Your diet is imbalanced .

If you aren ’ t getting enough nutrients— protein , iron , vitamins , greens —you might begin to feel a little sluggish . Anemia is the perfect example of fatigue induced by a deficit of iron in the body . You need a variety of foods in your diet. Subsisting , for instance , on protein bars is not balanced nutrition . Try smoothies or juices to fit a large amount of whole food nutrients into a small , tasty package.

You have depression or anxiety .

Anxiety and depression can cause hormonal havoc for all those feel -good hormones like dopamine and endorphins . Many people are well aware that depression can manifest as a lack of motivation or energy to do things . Meanwhile , suffering from a lot of stress or anxiety can lead to poor quality sleep, which means you ’ re getting enough sleep – in terms of hours , but it’ s not restful sleep. It is important to consult a professional if these are your concern .

You ’re constantly stressed on some level .

This is a big one . If you are always on the go and never take time for quiet mindfulness , you are probably going to wipe yourself out to the point where not even a good night of sleep feels like enough to reduce your exhaustion . And coffee can only serve as an exhaustion band – aid for so long . Eventually , even the strongest cold brew won’ t be enough to perk you up . It’ s called adrenal fatigue . It is caused by chronic stress , over exercising , poor diet, too little sleep— essentially just general neglect of the body ’ s balance . It is believed to afflict a massive percentage of our population . Your adrenal glands are responsible for releasing around 50 different hormones , so problems with your adrenals can cause imbalance throughout the body . If you are concerned , contact a trusted professional to help you adjust your diet, lifestyle and stress levels so that you can allow your body to recuperate .

Your gut critters are displeased.

Believe it or not , an imbalance in your microbiome can cause you to be inexplicably tired . And why not ? They exert control over our weight , our moods and our fitness . For instance , an overgrowth of yeast in the gut ( from a sugary diet) can oftentimes result in brain fog and general fatigue .

You ’re not moving enough .

If you live a sedentary lifestyle —you work at a desk , you watch a lot of television , you rarely exercise —you may begin to feel more tired. Energy creates energy , so if you aren ’ t feeding your body any energy through movement then your body will pay you back with tiredness and sluggishness. Do yourself a favor and take a brisk walk outside every morning .

Of course , there is always the possibility you may have some other underlying condition , so it’ s best to check in with your doctor if you have any concerns . Being exhausted , or even just a little fatigued , day after day is not normal . It is a sign that something is off in your body . Take extra care , eat well, meditate, ditch caffeine . Give your body what it needs to become balanced and energised again .

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One thought on “Why you’re exhausted all the time”

  1. Thank you for the health tips. They are really helpful. Hoping to get more from you next week.


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