11 Reasons Why You’re Always Feeling Tired

A good 7- 9 hours of sleep is the best natural detox. But what if you don't feel energetic, even after getting enough shut-eye? You’re obviously going to slump back in your bed or get some coffee! Chances are you’re going to feel tired until you rule out what’s wrong.

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Intro – 0:00
You’re Not Active Throughout The Day – 00:29
You’re Dehydrated – 01:11
Depression – 01:50
Alcohol – 02:34
Having Coffee Near Bedtime – 03:15
Night Time Phone Use – 04:01
Your Diet Is Terrible – 04:38
Nutritional Deficiencies – 05:11
Stress and Anxiety – 06:01
Hormonal Imbalance – 06:28
Sleep Disorders – 06:57


1. You're Not Active Throughout The Day
Exercising has over a hundred benefits. If you feel noticeably tired every day, it's time to reassess your lifestyle, and what you're doing to your body.

2. You're Dehydrated
Your body is made of about 60% water.

3. Depression
Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses around.

4. Alcohol
Have you been partying a little too hard lately? Pay close attention to the amount of drinks you’re having in a night. It will affect how you sleep.

5. Having Coffee Near Bedtime
Nothing picks you up quite like a cup of coffee in the morning. Caffeine is a powerful stimulant.

6. Night Time Phone Use
How many of us struggle to sleep, scrolling mindlessly through Facebook? Probably every one of us at one point or another.

7. Your Diet Is Terrible
One of the main reasons you’re so tired is because of your diet.

8. Nutritional Deficiencies
Iron deficiency alters sleep quality.

9. Stress And Anxiety
Most of us feel anxious from time to time.

10. Hormonal Imbalance
How often do you check your hormones? It's important to get yourself checked for diabetes, or thyroid-related disease because these diseases have a direct link to sleep quality.

11. Sleep Disorders
We all feel a little sluggish when we wake up.

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