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Tired Hour Sleep
Is it normal to feel flustered and have jumbled thoughts when you're really tired? 7 hours sleep and up all night, now I feel foggy and zoned out.
Absolutely: Your brain needs to recharge. There are chemicals up there that need to re-set, and this happens during sleep. Your brain is now running on an empty tank, on a dying battery. That's why it's never good to pull an all nighter before a test - you won't be able to retrieve the information the next day! . You need sleep - sweet dreams..........Zzzzzzzzzzz. ...Read more
Can't lose weight despite <1000cal/day. TSH 1.9 6months ago. Any advice? (Am also tired despite 9 hours sleep every night and I feel slow /lethargic)
Slow and lethargic:
Something is troubling you. Two options:
1: See a psychologist to see if she/he can unravel your concerns.
2: If there is no good response from this please see your doctor. ...Read more
Sleep apnea: Another possibility coud be sleep apnea. Persons often spend plenty of time in bed, but never truly enter deep, resotrative sleep when they have sleep apnea. There are other serious consequences of sleep apnea besides tiredness as well. Other medical conditions are possible such as low thyroid too. See your doctor for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleep apnea: This may be because you are not getting enough oxygen during your sleep. This can be caused by sleep apnea, which can be obstructive (do to the airways being blocked) or central (no signal to breath. Uars, upper airway resistance syndrome is another possibility. Discuss this with your physician, as chronic lack of oxygen can cause strokes or heart attacks or other severe problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleep: Some of it could be due to sleep inertia as well as the stage of sleep you are waking up from. Typically if you are woken up from a deeper stage of sleep you may still feel a bit more tired rather than a lighter stage of sleep. Also, studies suggest that we seem to be a poor judge of how we feel after being sleep deprived, so you may be sleepier than you think. ...Read more
I understand your concern.
Average sleep requirement of an adult is 7-8 hours.
Feeling so tired after 8 hours of sleep and no drive to do anything are symptoms of depression.
At age 30, stresses of relationships, marriage, parenting, work, finances, and unresolved conflicts in various relationships can contribute to depression.
Please see a psychiatrist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Sleep apnea: I don't know what the answer to your question is, but obstructive sleep apnea is way ahead of whatever is in second place. In addition to degrading sleep quality and making one tired all day, sleep apnea has been shown to cause decreased testosterone levels in males. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See your doctor: Sounds like you're putting in the hours, but still feeling tired. This could mean the quality of sleep isn't good. I'd avoid alcohol before bed, as well as Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and those pm cold meds (they can put you to sleep, but it isn't great sleep). If you snore a lot, ask your doctor about sleep apnea. Your family doctor should feel comfortable evaluating you further. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: You should work to adapt a very regular sleeping pattern -- even over the weekends -- to maintain optimal health and awareness and productivity in all that you do. 9 hours of sleep is more than enough for the average 16 y.o. male. Unless you are engaged in very intense /long duration /multiple frequency physical workouts, then the napping is not necessary. (i.e. world class athletes). Good Luck. ...Read more
I am so tired can sleep 14 hours per day, am gaining weight, and am hot and sometimes suffer from palpitaions, I have strange liver results?
Multiple symptoms: Abnormal liver results with such symptoms could indicate wide range of health problems, such as infection, thyroid disease, diabetes, cholesterol, alcohol effects, medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or some dietary supplements. Best to discuss with your doctor since he/she has your records & the liver results. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I always feels tired even after 10 hours sleep. I feel difficulty in thinking ans fantasizing about past and future. Reasons? Which doctor to see?
I'm always tired and sleep for hours (not pregnt) I eat a lot and its hard for me to focus at school without getting distracted or sleepy.?
I'm always tired, I get 8 hours sleep, I do muscle relaxation before bed, I've had a sleep study that came back within normal range, at a loss.
Seek cause: Psychological factors may play in, but there are dozens of real medical illnesses that are frequently missed. Anemia, iron deficiency not yet anemia, carbon monoxide in the home, thyroid disease, addison's (don't miss this one / simmonds'), polymyalgia rheumatica, early lupus / rheumatoid arthritis, lyme disease. We have general physicians to investigate these possibilities as appropriate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do I have diabetes? If I'm always tired even with hours of sleep dose that mean I have diabetes? If when I have to much sugar and I get migraines and blind spots after dose that mean I have diabetes?
No diabetes: You are probably not sleeping well. Are you getting 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep a night? The blind spots in your field of vision is probably a migraine aura. Diabetes can only be diagnosed with a fasting, 2 hour post meal or a long range blood test called an a1c. See your primary care doctor to get this all sorted out. Www. Diabeticlifestyle. Com; www. Ache. Org. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Constantly thirsty even after drinking bottle n bottles of water, and tired even after 8 hours sleep lack of energy don't feel rested?
Why I feel sluggish when waking up hardly at morning everyday? I sleep 9 hours, no midday napping, no tiredness when going to bed.
Everyone: Everyone feels a bit sluggish when waking up in the morning. However, this may become a problem if you are excessively sleepy or fatigued during the day. If you snore during sleep, obstructive sleep apnea is a possible culprit. Other common medical conditions can cause you to be fatigued. ...Read more