The Reason You’re Tired All the Time
Almost everyone knows what it feels like to suffer through a full day of life’s demands without enough sleep. It’s an agonizing feeling—you can’t focus on anything but your desire to sleep. You’re walking around in a state of mindless bewilderment, unable to make cognitive sense of everyday thought processes and situations.
When sleepless nights are the reason for your fatigue, it is easy to identify a solution: get more sleep. But, what if you can’t seem to shake that “tired all the time” feeling despite a solid night of sleep? More four million Americans say they feel sleepy during the day and the majority have no idea why.
In some cases, serious conditions, such as anemia, depression, and thyroid disease can impact daytime energy levels. So can hormonal imbalances, like perimenopause, menopause, and low testosterone. And, new research is suggesting that there is one more reason the whole world seems to be having an energy crisis—a very unexpected reason . . . Read More