Just Tired All the Time—Even if I Sleep
“I always tired no matter even if I sleep”? Do you find yourself wondering. Fatigue is a problem.This seems to be a growing concern. It’s becoming more severe among young people. It’s the norm to be sleepy. According to health guidelines certainly, not the standard.
As a matter of fact, Our bodies have become weakened. There are many reasons why we are dragging. In fact, this is but one of the greatest and may be the most difficult to understand reason for despair.
If you are like me, you spend the day wishing they could find the cure. For the zombie virus. Because, you pretty sure you’ve become the walking dead. If you’re dead to the world, you’re not going to perform. Even at your best, your days are full and long. Schoolwork, extracurricular activities, sports practices, and social events all take energy. But you may not have any reserves left. Doing too much can make you drowsy.
Reasons You are Tired is.
- Not getting proper rest
Just sleeping doesn’t always do the trick. Are you waking up feeling overtired. Even after an entire night’s rest?
Thus,Give your body time to get decent rest by putting all worries aside until morning.
- Not getting enough or the right nutrients
A lack of certain vitamins and minerals can lead to a whole variety of problems. Exhaustion is at the top of the list. If your body is not absorbing enough iron, you could develop Anemia. An estimated 3.5 million Americans have this condition. And its primary symptom is fatigue. Iron produces hemoglobin, which carries oxygen to your organs. If your iron count is low, your body is not getting enough oxygen. And it will overcompensate in losing energy, leaving you feeling drained.
- Emotional worries and depression
Tired no matter if Sleep
Depression and fatigue are diagnosed individually. So they are not the same thing. Studies linked the two together. Those with depression complained of being tired most of the time and vice versa.
Depression can be worsened by lack of sleep. Why does the “big drag” set in during a gloomy phase? Anyone who has ever carried a burden can tell you. It just gets exhausting. Emotional strain is tiring. The body often follows suit and there is no relief in sight.
How to explain fatigue
There’s something doctors call unexplained fatigue. That is often associated with being depressed. Being drained is what makes you feel like a robot. Regardless of how much beauty sleep you get. It’s hard to cure because it’s difficult to locate where its coming from. To ease burnout, try these tips to be more active.
Your Daytime Habits
- Do everything that you need to do. STOP procrastinating.
- If you sit a lot, get up. Walk every 15 minutes.
- Don’t drink tea or coffee just before going to bed but drink water throughout the day.
- Try a lukewarm shower. It can help relax tense muscles. While you get ready for bed.
- Keep a stable sleep routine
- Switch lights off before rest.
- Be sure to put the cellphone down. Just sleep.
- To emphasize, nap in a room that is dark.
Fatigue cannot be ignored. It could lead to other illnesses. Your primary care doctor can find out what is causing your tiredness.
I have the same battle mostly every day, I feel tired even after I sleep thru the night. I guess we are too busy physically and emotionally that our body can’t cope.
Hardest thing for me is actually putting my phone down before going to bed. i’m always checking work emails and it’s totally taken a tole on me.
I had really bad fatigue for months and was finally diagnosed with vitamin B-12 and D deficiency. Once I got that sorted out, I felt much better.
When I make myself stay on a bedtime schedule I feel more rested.
I am literally always exhausted! I think it comes with the mom territory!
I seem to always have trouble sleeping. I’ve tried all kinds of things, sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t. I do need to get better about putting away my electronics.
Good points to combat depression. Staying active and busy is important.
I think we live in a society that is always “on” which makes it hard to go and stay asleep. I know I sometimes have bouts of restlessness, inability to fall and stay asleep or just waking several times a night. But I don’t play about my sleep, so when that happens I am trying pin down the problem and solve it! Thanks for sharing!
I struggle with getting enough sleep because my husband snores and acts as if he has insomnia sometimes. Ugh!
well its hard having a strict schedule when you are bloggin, but i always try my best to get 8 hours of sleep a day!
It’s important to get enough sleep but it’s also important not to oversleep. You will feel more tired when you sleep for more hours than your required hours, not just that, you’ll get headaches as well. It’s also important to get all the nutrients you need! These are very nice tips, actually.
I sometimes experience this. And one thing Ive learned to have a somehow peaceful sleep at night or a decent nap in the afternoon – put down your cellphone and never touch it.
I like your suggestions. My sleep schedule gets thrown off from time to time. I probably have caffeine a little too close to bed time.
I need to listen to your advice and get more rest. I stay up late as a norm and then feel tired all day long. No good.
I feel still tired whenever i sleep for a long hours most of the time. It feels like i want and i need to sleep more.
I’m forever tired. If I didn’t have a baby I would definitely be getting checked out. I hope your post helps others!
I would say nutrition plays a bigger role than we give it credit. I know it does in my case.
This is awesome! I’m ALWAYS tired. lol I find that I get the best sleep when ‘m away on vacation. No worries, no work, just me at peace. Great tips.
Experiencing this is really hard. It’s so good to share your tips. Thanks!
Getting out in nature does wonders for helping me sleep well. Something about that outside air…
I think this is my number one problem: Emotional worries and depression.
I need to combat this as soon as possible.
There are definitely days where I feel exhausted even when I slept well the night before. I think sitting at my desk all day definitely has something to do with it so I’ll try your tip of getting up and walking around every 15 minutes to see if that helps me.
I have days where I feel like I’m on autopilot, I’m so tired. These are some great tips, thank you!
I have terrible sleeping habits. Sometimes because I was up so late and other times because I have really bad anxiety.
This week my goal was to be in the bed by 11PM. So far so good.
I have so many reasons I’m not restful. I need to use some of these tips and suggestions.
My brother felt that way for a long time. He needed to exercise a little bit more often
It’s crazy how much exercise makes a difference in how well I sleep. I know that the other things listed do as well but exercise seems to be one of the biggest ones.
Exercise seems to be rate my many as effective for sleeplessness.
Very good article.
I really need to have better sleeping habits.
I could be smartr.
I had an underlying medical condition which caused me to have a lot of fatigue. Now that I’m on meds, I’m much better.
I was just having this conversation with a friend the other day. And I’m going to be making an appointment soon to get a physical just to make sure it’s nothing too serious (I’ve been diagnosed with anemia in the past).
Hope appointment turn out well. Its a good idea to check out why you are always tired. Anemia would certainly play a part in making you feel that way.
I have a pretty regular sleeping habit. But I am guilty of being on my phone until o fall asleep.
I am the worse when it comes to getting enough sleep and often wake up exhausted when I thought I did. I find myself needing mid-day naps! I really need to focus and get better and taking care of this part of my health.
I think that I read somewhere that not getting enough sunlight can make you tired so going outside every once and awhile might help.
I sleep terribly in cycles…I sleep really good for a while and then I sleep terrible for a few nights and I am just drained the next few days. I hate those nights!
I almost go through all these like you do. A proper sleep is always a hard battle for me & I end up waking up the next day with more tiredness & depression. These are some great tips from you which sounds worthy to try out.
I have trouble sleeping. I can fall asleep easy but can’t stay asleep. But I do find that having a bath and reading before bed really help
Sleep deprivation is affection too many people and if we do not take heed we are going to run into a whole lot of serious problems
I experience this at well. Even if i slept for 10 hours, i still feel tired. Then I decided to get myself checked. Found out I have a vitamin d deficiency and low in iron.
I think one of the reasons that this happens is when we have too much on our minds. We need to compartmentalize though I know it is hard. I have a hard time sleeping too.
I think I need to workout more. I have been very tired as of late. That and I need better sleep.
I think apnea could be part of this too. Waking up and moving to restless sleep without knowing. Hope you get some answers.
I have been suffering from this for years, it always seems like I can’t get enough sleep. It’s such a struggle and it really makes it hard for me to do my day to day routine.
Jessica Simms, Maybe you have to find out further what is going on with your body. It could be a numbers of things which cause you to feel so tired no matter if sleep.
Lack of sleep here too :/ Yes, I am always tired but it’s a good problem for me coz I got tired from working for myself. Yet, I need 8 hrs of sleep to recharge ^ ^