10 Reasons Why You Are Always Tired & How to Fix It
4. Nutrient Deficiencies Causing fatigue, weakness, and poor concentration, anemia is a condition that develops when there isn’t enough red blood cells present in the blood to carry a sufficient amount of oxygen to bodily tissues. There are more than 400 types of anemia but the most common kinds are caused by iron and vitamin deficiencies. Affecting about 3.5 million Americans, the early symptoms of anemia… [read more]
Is Chronic Fatigue Really the Dysfunction of the Body?
What happens when you suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome? Is it just extreme tiredness, or are there other problems associated with the disorder? Here are some of the ways that CFS affects your body.
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) can cause various symptoms, the most common being joint pains, skin rashes and tiredness. Problems with kidneys and other organs can occur in severe cases. Treatment includes anti-inflammatory painkillers to ease joint pains. Steroids and/or other medication are sometimes also needed.
Insomnia can be a significant cause of stress, mood problems and irritability, not to mention daytime sleepiness and feelings of tiredness. Lack of sleep can also lower your immune response and if it’s chronic it may even raise your risk of dementia. Not surprisingly, there are a number of causes of poor sleep. The key factors that seem to affect most people are poor blood sugar control, excess caffeine & lack of the necessary neurotransmitters