Understanding tiredness and how to beat it

Tiredness can be caused by a wide range of causes. Persistent tiredness or fatigue could have an underlying medical cause. Tiredness generally becomes fatigue when the tiredness becomes overwhelming and rest and sleep don’t make it better. Medical causes of tiredness or fatigue may include anaemia, thyroid disorder, heart disease and diabetes. Diseases that have fatigue as a symptom are also the following: infectious diseases, liver diseases, metabolic diseases, sleep apnea, adrenal insufficiency. In fact, even medical conditions that we think of as “less serious”, such as pollen allergies can cause tiredness. Your lifestyle can also cause tiredness. Alcohol or drugs or a lack of regular exercise can also lead to tiredness or fatigue. The workplace is a place that can cause stress, which can then lead to feelings of tiredness. Finally, emotional concerns, worrying about things and stress can also lead to feeling tired. Fatigue is a common symptom of mental health problems, such as depression and grief, and may be accompanied by other signs and symptoms, including irritability and lack of motivation.
There are many non-medical ways that we can beat those feelings of tiredness. They include eating a healthy diet, increasing the amount of daily exercise we get, losing weight, getting more sleep, reducing stress and cutting out caffeine and alcohol. But another way is to take a supplement that has energy-giving properties, such as those containing arginine and malic acid.

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