10 Habits That Make You Always Feel Tired

8Depending on energy drinks

Beverages that promise to supply you with quick energy have flooded the markets. Most of these popular energy drinks contain, sugar, caffeine, herbs, amino acids, and large doses of B vitamins. As far as providing energy goes, it is true that they can give you a quick boost of energy with their high sugar, and caffeine content. But these energy drinks are likely to set you up for a rebound of fatigue as soon as the effects of sugar and caffeine wear off. It would be best to avoid consuming these energy drinks altogether.

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9Not drinking enough water

This is one of the many habits that make you tired. Staying adequately hydrated is key to maintaining good energy levels. Every day, many biochemical reactions take place within your body and these reactions consume water. This results in a loss of water that needs to be replenished. If you don’t drink enough water or liquids to replace the water lost through your sweat, breath, urine, and stools, you could end up dehydrated. Several studies have pointed out that even if you are mildly dehydrated, your energy levels will decrease along with your ability to concentrate. Thirst, fatigue, headaches, and dizziness are common symptoms of dehydration. Drinking 8 glass of water per day is fine, but you may need more or less than that as it depends on you age, gender, weight, and activity level.

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10Food sensitivities

If you are someone who has food sensitivities or intolerance or allergies, then you may experience symptoms like digestive problems, a runny nose, headaches, or even rashes and swelling when you eat certain foods. But fatigue also happens to be a symptom caused by food intolerances and sensitivities but it is often overlooked. Food intolerances that are fairly common among people include dairy eggs, soy, corn, and gluten. If you suspect that you have a food intolerance which is causing you to feel tired, then consult an allergist or dietician. You can then get some tests done to check if you have food sensitivities, or they can advise you to follow an elimination diet to identify which foods are causing the problem.

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