In this busy working lifestyle of 24/7, one is sure to get tired. But, if the problem occurs every often, then you should probably ask yourself, “why am I always tired?”

A common remedy for this problem can provide you with extra sleep eat extra food, fruits, have multivitamin or else cut off the caffeine intake for almost 3-4 weeks.

If the problem continues, then you should probably check out with a professional health care expert for the same.

“Excess exhaustion could be the sign of a more serious medical condition that can be treated.” once said by an expert.

So in today’s article, you will get some knowledge about the common symptoms for tiredness in the body.

Top 10 Reasons Why You Are Always Feel Tired

1. Coeliac Disease

The disease caused when you suffer from food intolerance. It means that your body reacts in a bad manner while you consume gluten (a substance that found in bread, cakes, etc).

In the UK, almost 1 out of 100 people is affected by this disease. Research also says that almost 90% of people don’t even have any clue that they suffer from this disease.

Coeliac disease has many symptoms apart from fatigue, which includes diarrhoea, weight loss, and anaemia. You can get the result of this disease by a simple blood test.

2. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue syndrome is a kind of tiredness which you should not ignore because it is very much severe as it can last for up to 6 months.

There are other symptoms like muscle pain, joint pain, sore throat, severe headache, etc.

3. Anaemia

The most common factor to be down to energy is due to iron deficiency in the body, also known as anaemia.

This affects almost 1 in every 20 men and postmenopausal women. It can be more common for women who are having periods.

This disease will make you feel like your muscles getting heavy, and also you will get tired quickly.

Women with pregnancy and heavy periods are prone to this iron deficiency disease anaemia.

4. Diabetes

The main symptom for diabetes which is a long term condition in which sugar flows in the blood is feeling tired every time.

Other symptoms are feeling thirsty every now and often, going to the toilet a lot, weight loss, etc.

5. Underactive Thyroid

An underactive thyroid means that your body has a little hormone of the thyroid (thyroxin), which leads to feeling you tired.

You are also likely to have aching in your muscle tissues or put on weight. The general sex group for this problem is women and is more likely to occur in older age.

This problem can diagnose by having a simple blood test.

6. Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is the problem when your throat squeezes as you fell asleep, which may result in sleep problem due to breathing issues.

This also results in a drop of your blood’s oxygen levels and bad snoring problem. Difficulty in breathing leads to lack of sleep during night which also results in a lack of energy for the next day’s work.

The general age group suffer from sleep apnea problem is overweighed, middle-age men. Also, men who drink alcohol or smoke are likely to make it more dangerous than ever.

7. Glandular Fever

Glandular fever is a common and viral throat infection in which you can be fatigue with a sore throat and swollen throat glands.

The most likely group to be affected by this problem is teenagers and young adults. Symptoms can be cleared within four to six months, but the fatigue issue can take several months.

8. Depression

With making you sad, Depression also drains a lot of energy from your body which makes you tired.

This thing leads to lack of sleep or can make you wake up early in the morning, which also makes you tired throughout the day.

9. Restless Legs

Restless legs if caused when you get an uncomfortable sensation in your legs, which forces you to be awake in the night.

To feel comfortable, you have to keep moving your legs, you also feel a deep ache in your leg muscles and also your legs may jerk spontaneously throughout the night.

Whatever the symptoms may be, it will result in the disturbance of your sleep, and hence it will make you tired for the whole day.

10. Anxiety

A feeling of anxiety is completely normal sometimes. But many people have repetitive uncontrollable feeling of anxiety, which thereby affect their daily life.

Doctors have named it as a generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). It affects almost 1 in every 20 people in the UK.

With the feeling of worried and irritation, people suffering from this disorder are often tired.

Final Note

I hope these reasons will help you figure out your problem of being tired to get the best treatment accordingly.

Share your experience and feedback with us if you ever suffered any of these symptoms and what measures you adopted to overcome your problem of tiredness.

Author Bio

Amaira is a fitness enthusiast and consultant. Her experience allows her to write on various health and fitness topics, which include a healthy diet, best workouts, and women’s health. At present, she is a regular contributor to Health Secrets and aid readers with healthy information.




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