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14 Reasons Why You Are Always Tired
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Published: Feb 18, 2016

Most of us consistently feel exhausted. Here are 14 reasons why you could be feeling worn out:

1. You are not drinking enough water

Even mild dehydration can lead to a significant drop in energy levels, mood, and cognitive abilities.

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2. You are not sleeping enough

Missing out on that precious 8-hours sleep every night can make you feel foggy.

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3. You are eating too much junk food

We’re talking about high-carb foods like burgers and fries, white rice, pasta, and bread.

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4. You are using your phone a lot at night

Exposing yourself to the light from your phone, computer, TV, or tablet so late in the day can have a huge impact on the amount and quality of sleep you get.

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5. You are not having proper breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of your day.

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6. You are not exercising enough

Too much and too little exercise is a problem. You need to get into a routine workout that is required for you.

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7. You are having too much caffeine

To much caffeine can disturb your sleep-wake cycle.

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8. You are surrounded by toxic people

You need to get rid of all the toxic people around you.

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9. You are a perfectionist

If you are a perfectionist, you work harder and longer than necessary.

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10. You are not consuming enough iron

Iron deficiency can leave you feeling irritable, weak, sluggish and unable to focus.

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11. You are not getting enough sunlight

You should definitely aim to get an hour or two of sunlight each day.

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12. You have a messy office

A cluttered desk can mentally exhaust you.

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13. You are skipping meals

We obtain our energy mostly through the nutrients in our food, so when you skip meals, your body’s energy stores become depleted.

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