Reasons you feel tired everyday

Tired all the time or TATT for short is a condition that affects at least one person in every ten. The causes for this level of fatigue and tiredness are both psychological, as well as physical ones. Most experts believe that the most likely cause for TATT has to do with the life a person is leading. However, in many cases, there are also physical causes for this sort of tiredness. In order to help you find some solutions, here is a list of causes, as well as solutions to the TATT syndrome, which we hope will help you sleep better and feel more rested than before. 

  1. Stress from work

One of the most common causes for TATT is the stress that people go through at work. Paying the bills, feeding the kids or simply surviving is a burden that many people have to carry on their backs and this leads to them feeling tired all the time. In major cities like New York City, where in order to simply survive, people have to have at least a 6 figure salary, the stress is twice as strong as those living in small towns or cities across the world.

One solution to this would be to find a way to leave the stress at work. Since every person is unique however, only you can decide how to do that. We encourage you to find activities that help keep your mind off of work after you leave, as that may help with your sleep.

 

  1. Anxiety and insomnia

Anxiety is another common cause for tiredness and extreme fatigue. Dealing with deadlines in school or at work or having to speak in public are all things that lead to extreme anxiety, which in turn leads to insomnia or nightmares that keep you up. According to a study performed by the Mental Health Foundation, nearly a third of the world’s population suffers from anxiety because of work related problems or money related ones.

Once again, since every person is unique, you are the only one who can find proper solutions for this issue. We recommend you work out or perform other activities that help keep your mind off of the issues you are going through. I, for instance, know that physical exercise makes my body so tired, that I fall asleep in seconds. You can try it too and maybe it will help you battle insomnia.

  1. Depression

Depression is another cause closely linked to anxiety and insomnia. In some cases, it is the anxiety that leads to depression because the person suffering from it is emotionally and psychologically affected by the everyday troubles. In the case of depression, however, insomnia is mixed with other negative feelings, some of which include suicidal thoughts, lack of enthusiasm for anything, lack of energy and many others.

If you feel that you are suffering from depression, there is medicine you can purchase after visiting a psychologist that will help you get rid of insomnia, as well as anxiety. Depression is treatable, all you have to do is reach out to somebody.

  1. Different vices

Alcohol, drugs and other similar vices can lead to depression and insomnia. If you drink alcohol in the evening, you will wake up in the middle of the night, sometimes several times, in order to use the bathroom, which will destroy your sleep schedule. Other drugs can seriously damage your sleep pattern and if you have a job as well, you will immediately feel the effects of TATT.

One solution here would be to quit these vices, try to work out more and ask a nutritionist about a diet that will help put your body back on track.

 

Feeling tired all the time or TATT is a syndrome that has spread massively in the 21st century. Since one-third of the population suffers from it at the moment, it is a problem that has to be dealt with as soon as possible. We hope that these few tips will help improve your sleep and get rid of TATT, as there is nothing worse than going through life fatigued and tired.

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