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Why am i so tired quiz Exhausted

This may be stating the obvious but One reason for tiredness is simply not getting enough sleep.
If you are not sleeping enough then you are going to feel tired try going to bed earlier.

if possible give your self the permission to sleep as long as you need on one of your free days, you will be amaze
how good you will feel after such a rest . but that wont be enough, you will need to get at least 8 hours sleep each night for some people it is more for others less test to see what is best for you.

Feeling exhausted (mentally and physically)
Being tired even after sleep
Inability to bounce back from illness
Joint pain
Poor short-term memory, confusion, irritability
Food cravings (particularly for sweets/carbs)
Getting a “second wind” after 6:00 PM that interferes with your ability to sleep later on

If you know it is not just a matter of not getting enough sleep , and you notice some of the above symptoms of fatigue. don`t just dismiss them pay visit to your doctor .some of the cause could For women,tiredness & fatigue is you may have issue in the endocrine system. It could be endocrine imbalance may be affected by another — such as over stressed adrenal glands intensifying symptoms of hormonal imbalance.

It may even be chronic inflammation, food allergies and chemical sensitivities, Lyme disease or the other factors.
best not just to guest go see your doctor then reside from there what the best possible action should be.

let read what Jill C. Carnahan, MD
Founder, Medical Director, Flatiron Functional Medicine have to say about tiredness & Exhausted

Why Am I So Exhausted? A quiz to see if you have adrenal fatigue.
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Take this simple quiz to find out if you might have Adrenal Fatigue orAdrenal Dysfunction…
Do you have difficulty awakening from sleep in the morning, often hitting the snooze button multiple times?
Do you need coffee to get going in the morning?
Have you recently gained weight, especially around the middle?
Do you feel like you get every cold and flu bug that is going around, that your immune system is shot?
Do you have more difficulty dealing with stress and deadline pressure than you used to?
Do you have a lack of interest in sex?
Do you frequently feel lightheaded upon standing quickly?
Do you struggle with poor memory or “brain fog”?
Do you feel especially tired in the mornings and afternoons between 3-5pm?
Do you feel the need to snack or eat frequently to maintain a normal blood sugar?
Do you crave salty foods?
Do you feel extremely tired between 7-10pm but get a second wind if you stay up later?
If you are female do you struggle with PMS: heavy bleeding, moodiness, fatigue during menstrual cycle? If you are male, do you feel like you stamina, energy and ability to maintain muscle are decreased?
Do you frequently have pain in the upper back or neck with no apparent reason?
Do you notice improvement of symptoms stress levels are lower, such as during a vacation or time away from work?
If you answered more than 10 of the questions above “yes”, you may have a condition of adrenal dysfunction often referred to as Adrenal Fatigue.
The adrenal glands sit over the kidneys, where they play a significant role in the body, secreting more than 50 hormones necessary for life, including epinephrine, cortisol, DHEA, progesterone and testosterone.  Read more…….

This  next article take a look at the feeling of constant fatigue , which is address to women but I am of the opinion that not only women suffer   fatigue but many men also have this problem.

it definitely wont hurt if you are a man to read this article while not everything that is written relevant to you some things will.

by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP

The effects of constant fatigue — it’s more than being tired

The key is not to dismiss your mild symptoms of fatigue when you first notice them. Instead, take the first step and figure out the cause of your fatigue.

What are common underlying causes of fatigue?

I always pay close attention when any woman tells me she’s exhausted — even if it’s her only symptom. Fatigue is debilitating and discouraging because it can interfere with every aspect of your life — even the fun things.SS Close Up Mature Serious Woman

For women, fatigue is often related to an underlying issue in the endocrine system. What’s more, one endocrine imbalance may be affected by another — such as over stressed adrenal glands intensifying symptoms of hormonal imbalance.

There may be other possible causes contributing to fatigue as well, including: chronic inflammation, food allergies and chemical sensitivities, Lyme disease or the other factors. And fatigue can also result from the combination of several of these factors. Working with a functional medicine practitioner can help you get to the root of your fatigue.

What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is distinct from the types of fatigue we discuss here. CFS refers to severe, continued tiredness that is not relieved by rest and does not appear to be directly caused by other medical conditions. For more information, read our article, “Chronic Fatigue – Get Your Energy Back!” and our many other articles in our Insomnia and Fatigue section. read more hear……..

Now you know some of the cause for tiredness and fatigue Now you can learn about ways to boost your energy.

By Dr. Frank Lipman

For most of us, feeling fatigued, groggy and a bit sniffle-y, no matter what time of the year it is, has virtually become a way of life. Overwhelmed with stress and responsibilities, we listlessly soldier on, fighting brain fog and exhaustion with shots of caffeine and spoonfuls of sugar to prop ourselves up just long enough to make it through the day. Then, when it’s time for lights-out, we’re too jacked-up to sleep. Small wonder so many of us are physically, emotionally and mentally spent!

The good news is that you don’t have to live like this. Simply by living a little smarter and making a few health-supporting choices every day, you can banish fatigue from your life and live it the way you were born to – with vibrancy and energy!

Here are 10 health-enhancing ways to fight fatigue and win, morning, noon and night:


1) Say good morning to your body.

Even if you usually rise in the dark, greet the day with a few classic yoga sun salutations or gentle stretches to get the blood pumping, easing your body into the day. Still tense and achy from yesterday? Then try my 2-step release and stretch moves first thing in the morning to bust tension, open blocked energy pathways, reduce pain and energize you for the day. Start with the Neck and Shoulder Release with tennis balls. Follow this with the Wall Stretch. These simple moves will stretch your shoulders, legs and back, as you stimulate muscle tissue and blood flow throughout the body, waking it and energizing it without artificial stimulants.
2) Boost body and brain with the perfect breakfast.

In the morning, protein and fat are essential for energy, and a large, healthy breakfast of the right foods is exactly what your body needs. And what is the perfect breakfast? The morning smoothie, because it’s quick to prepare, easily digested and can be packed with the healthy fats, proteins, nutrients and phytonutrients you need to fuel your day. My favorite ingredient for boosting energy naturally is whey protein. These two whey protein-based smoothies, the Green Mojito and the Blueberry Avocado are creamy, satisfying and delicious. If you don’t want to use whey, try these equally delicious pea protein-based smoothies, the Coconut Bliss and the Chocolate Love.

3) Recharge your batteries with an adaptogen.

Try adding an adaptogen formula to your morning routine – but consult your doctor first to check for allergies or possible interactions with any medications you may be on. For centuries, Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine have used adaptogen botanicals as energizing herbal tonics to naturally support the body’s ability to cope with anxiety, fatigue and the aging process. They also rejuvenate and tone the adrenal system, which in turn promotes the healthy regulation of cortisol, the “stress hormone”. Armed with the unique ability to “adapt” their function to your body’s specific needs, Panax ginseng, Ashwagandha and Rhodiola are my favorite adaptogens. In fact, I’m such a fan of their rejuvenating, re-energizing effects, I’ve combined all three into my fatigue-fighting Be Well Adaptogen formula.

4) Got greens?

When you’re fatigued, what you’re eating makes a massive difference in how quickly your body will recover its strength. To super-charge your diet and energy reserves, you can’t beat “green drinks.” Why? Because they deliver nourishing, high-octane, drinkable doses of phytonutrients, antioxidants and digestive enzymes to every system in the body, quickly, easily and efficiently. The effects? Nothing short of wonderful: Concentrated green powdered drinks boost immunity, aid digestion, sustain energy, promote mental clarity and enhance overall well-being. Add powdered greens to smoothies or just add water and swig ‘em on the way to work – you’ll arrive energized, alert and naturally powered-up, instead of amped and jittery from caffeine. I have made it convenient and delicious for people on the go with my single serving packets of Be Well Greens. It’s a simple and transportable way to keep your energy engine humming.


5) Put the mind and body breaks on.

You’re tied up on back-to-back conference calls. The e-mails are arriving faster than jets into O’Hare. Multiple deadlines loom large and energy is being sucked out of your mind and body at warp speed. Believe it or not, now is an excellent time to s-l-o-w i-t d-o-w-n. Combat the mayhem around you and re-energize naturally by tuning in to some relaxing music for a few minutes. Giving yourself a musical time-out will help calm your body and brain with gentle, soothing rhythms that will slow down your heart rate and breathing to healthier levels. The result? A feeling of well being in just minutes, plus a clearer mind and calmer body. My go-to, slow-it-down favorite tunes include anything by reggae genius Bob Marley or brain wave music master, Jonathan Goldman. No time or space for music, try some breathing exercises. more….