I feel tired all the time?

Tired. That can be for multiple reasons, Lack of sleep, infection, depression, hormonal, pregnancy. The list ones on. You may want talk more to pin this down?

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I feel tired all the time?

Fatigue is common. Many people are tired: some for not enough or adequate sleep, some for prolonged stress, some for nutritional deficits or illness...Our bodies aren't made to feel they are running away from danger or stress 24/7. First step is to stop and listen to what your body is saying. Doctors often do some labs to rule out major reasons. Don't keep pumping up the caffeine to cope...Listen to your body. Read more...
Could be many. There are innumerable medical and emotional conditions that include being tired as a symptom. These range from simple issues to those far more complex. A good checkup and blood testing would be a good starting point. Read more...

Why do I feel tired all the time?

Not sure. Tiredness or fatigue has a very long differential diagnosis. Some possibilities are anemia, hypothyroidism, depression, not getting enough sleep @ night, being on too many medications or using too many other drugs/alcohol, etc. Your family doctor is the best professional to help you you figure out what's going on your own individual case. Good luck! Read more...

I barely turned 30yo and I've inoticed that I feel tired all the time. What's wrong with me, I don't feel good. I need help.

See Physician. To get complete examination and evaluation. May be as simple as diet, exercise, proper rest or even level of happiness. However, other causes need to be ruled out. Read more...

I want to about masturabation. How it's excessiveness effects health. I am doing it since 5 years. Now I feel tired all the time. When I do it; worse!

Masturbation. Masturbation is not harmful, but excessively performing such can interrupt normal sleep patterns, and make one tired as a result. Your health is not affected, but the frequency should be moderated if your rest is disturbed. Read more...
You Whacky or What? It must be pretty big to make you tired after doing it. Maybe you need an assistant, like a real person you've gotten to know and like. Doing what you're doing won't affect your health so much as your mind. Is it a compulsion? A way of avoiding other human contact?--Now and then is OK, actually however you want, but you might remember: "Moderation in all things"(Aristotle)...including moderation. Read more...

Why do I feel tired all the time? Even if I'm fully rested

Fatigue. Hi, you might have Allergy (untreated), Sleep Apnea and obesity ( r u snoring at nite?), Anemia and low Iron level (do u have heavy and prolonged periods), lack of exercise (deconditioning), Depression and Anxiety disorder, caffeinated drinks, medications side effect, Thyroid dysfunction, please see your PMD for evaluation. Best of luck. Read more...
See physician. There could be several reasons like anemia, sleep apnea, work or study schedules, hypothyroidism, a viral infection that is early, or depression, for the short list of causes of fatigue. Medications among more serious problems can cause it. First ask yourself if you have been getting 7-9 hours of sleep at night without any awakenings during the night and falling asleep quickly. Snoring? Stress? Read more...
Many reasons. Fatigue is a common complaint and can have many causes including sleeplessness or restless sleep, anemia, hypothyroidism, vitamin deficiencies, depression, anxiety, illnesses etc can contribute to feeling tired all the time. You should see your MD to evaluate your specific issue. In the meantime try to eat fresh fruits and vegies, good quality protein, stay hydrated and work on good sleep hygeine. Read more...

I need energy, and I feel tired all the time. What can I do?

Feeling tired. I would make sure you're eating a healthy diet and getting at least 7 hours of sleep nightly. If despite these measures you still feel tired all the time, I'd get a checkup with your doctor to elucidate the cause of your chronic fatigue. Read more...
Weakness. multiple causes can result in weakness have your primary physician do a complete metabolic workup that should also include thyroid function tests; also maintain good sleep habits, proper nutrition, increased exercise, yoga. Read more...