Always tired

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Some people today think it is normal for adults to be tired. I don’t agree. Look at Palm Bay Animal Removal – he is never tired. What’s the difference between a child and you? A chronic feeling of fatigue is a definite sign that something is amiss it’s not’just a indication of age’. The fact that you’re tired means something. You will need to put on your Sherlock Holmes hat and do some detective work to figure out what’s causing your fatigue.

Science tells us that the human body is designed to last 120 years. The headlines recently revealed a French woman dying at 122 years old. A lot of my patients say they would not prefer to live that long, feeling how they feel right now. They key to the aging process and please accept the fact that you are likely to age is the quality, not the quantity of your lifetime. If you are presently experiencing fatigue, the quality of your life is also suffering.

Interrupted Sleep

There are common causes of short-term fatigue. Maybe your mattress is uncomfortable, or the temperature in your bedroom is too extreme, cold or hot, for you to sleep well. Noise, like from a TV in a different room in the house, may be distracting. These problems can easily be remedied. If your neighborhood is noisy during the night, perhaps a cozy set of earplugs would let you get the rest your body needs. If you use alcohol, caffeine, or nicotine late in the day, or watch TV into the wee hours, try changing your habits for a while and see if your sleep improves. You may have to dig around a little bit to spot the reason. However, if after making changes you suspect that you may have an underlying health condition, a visit to your healthcare practitioner is the proper course of action.

Physical Illness

Quite often when you are sick your body will feel tired since it’s using its energy reserves to help heal itself. This is normal, and getting extra rest so as to recoup from any illness is essential. The more serious the illness that the more time you will need to rest and recuperate.

Overweight or Underweight

The body of an obese person is much more susceptible to tiredness, as it has to work a lot harder to accomplish regular, daily activities. The strain on the heart is tremendous, and in the USA, obesity is fast approaching cigarette smoking at its place as the number one preventable cause of death.

Conversely, an underweight person may just not have enough muscle strength to perform everyday tasks without becoming tired. In addition, many underweight individuals have a reduced caloric intake, which is another way of saying they aren’t putting enough fuel into their body. Consult a chart to find your ideal weight range for your height and age, and have that general range for a target for yourself. Your ideal weight should include your ability to enjoy a full active life. You ought to have the energy to work and to perform daily.

Lack of Regular Exercise

This contributes to muscle atrophy, a condition whereby the muscles in the body fall into disuse and become slack and fatty instead of firm and lean, as they should be. The body literally becomes’out of shape’ – with fat deposits bulging out in unwanted places, such as the hips, waist, thighs, and stomach. Here’s a fantastic example of how we justify the aging process. Muscle tone changes as we age, not because we age but since we do not continue exercising. There’s one of the differences between children and adults. Exercise. Daily, patients come to me asking for the magical pill, the magical diet plan or program so that they can seem like they did years earlier, and feel like they did years ago. I hate to say it because it sounds too simple, but the magic is in exercise. Diet or not, the body needs exercise. Exercise is one of those ignored anti-aging practices. You may name your own exercise. It should become a habit, a part of your daily life style.

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