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Constantly Sleepy And Tired
What to do if I am feeling constantly sleepy and tired all the time and i never really feel that awake. Has my diet got something to do with it?
Possibly: a good medical examination and workup may reveal the cause ...Read more
I'm diagnosed hashimoto's thyroiditis and my TSH measures 0.212 uiu/ml. Does my TSH level cause constant tiredness, sleepiness, headaches and hunger?
I'm 17. constantly tired. I'm an athlete and i eat really well, enough calories. very sleepy after i work out and feel like I'm dragging through day
See a good doctor: There are many possible causes of fatigue. It's impossible to diagnose you in this format. You need an exam & tests. Possible causes include anemia, thyroid & other hormonal imbalances, vitamin/mineral/amino acid deficiencies, all sorts of chronic infections (viral, bacterial, fungal, parasitic), environmental or food allergies, environmental toxins, sleep apnea, stress etc. Please see a good Dr.! ...Read more
How to fight fatigue? I am constantly tired, no energy. Usually ok when 1st get up but abt 10am like bomb drops and sleepy kicks in? Suggestions?
MANY considerations: Make sure you are getting 7-8 hours of restorative sleep every night. Keep caffeine to an absolute minimum especially after 4pm, establish a bedtime routine, keep your room cool, have some white noise on like a loud fan. If you snore or are overweight you may have sleep apnea which will need evaluation by your physician. Do some light exercise in the morning also, this may help wake you up. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
For the last 3 days ive been having diarrhea i also get so tired my legs hurt constantly and i get very sleepy? what can it be??
Possibly dehydration: You could be dehydrated but also suffering from a viral or bacterial infection. You could replenish your fluid by drinking Gatorade and taking loperamide 4mg by mouth for the first dose then 2 mg after each loose stool. Don't exceed 16 mg in a 24 hour period. But also see your doctor for a stool studies to help determine the cause of your diarrhea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For the past 3 weeks I have been feeling very sleepy nasuses cravings, blurry eyes, dizzy, diarrhea constantly naps I feel tired lost of energy.
I am a 48 year old male and I have been urinating almost every hour. I also have acid reflux and i haven't been able to sleep . Tired, sleepy, chest pain a little bit, im taking Nexium but i really want to sleep and stop the constant peeing.
When i try to
Hello. : Hello. Obviously if you have to urinate every hour, you won't get quality sleep. You need to be evaluated. Causes of needing to urinate could be an infection or enlargement of your prostate. If you are thirsty, drinking often and urinating often - this can be consistent with diabetes. You need a comprehensive evaluation. I think until the source of symptoms is identified and treated, this is likely to become a vicious cycle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I get dry and burning eyes when I wake up everytime also have polyuria, constant fatigue and leg pain, tired and feel sleepy all day. Why is it so???
Tiredness and feeling sleepy almost all time even I do exercises 4 days a week... What are the causes ? And what should test i hv to do
Sleepiness: Having excessive daytime sleepiness could indicate a sleep disorder. It's recommended you see a sleep doctor who can review your history to determine if that is the case or if it is something else. For example, if you also snore, have dry mouth, morning headaches, ; periodically gasp/choke throughout the night, you may have sleep apnea. Rls or narcolepsy depending on symptoms maybe causes as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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