If you find yourself tired all the time, you may suspect a sleep disorder. And while that’s a good place to start, there may be other reasons for your daytime tiredness. “Fatigue and sleepiness are two different things,” explains clinical psychologist Jennifer Martin, PhD, David Geffen School of Medicine at
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Untreated or poorly treated sleep apnea leaves you tired all the time and suffering from excessive daytime sleepiness and other sleep apnea symptoms. Use of the continuous positive airway pressure device or CPAP mask has been the gold standard of cures for sleep apnea over the past 25 years. But
It’s not surprising that nutrient deficiencies are fatigue causes, given that your body’s trillions of cells rely on vitamins and minerals to generate energy. What is surprising is that few doctors recognize the fact that fatigue and lacking energy is often an early symptom of multiple vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
5 Top Reasons You Might Have Leaky Gut Syndrome and Feel Tired All the Time or Have Depression Symptoms
The lining of your gut is directly related to the health of your whole body. If you’re depressed and feel tired all the time, learn how to tell if leaky gut syndrome is to blame.
Treating your vitamin D deficiency can improve your muscle strength and energy levels, according to two new studies, which add to the growing body of research on the benefits of vitamin D supplements for fatigue and weakness.
Leaky gut syndrome wreaks havoc on its victims causing them to be tired all the time, depressed and more. But fortunately, this disorder can be healed completely. Here’s how.
“I feel tired all the time.” “I have frequent headaches.” “I’m down and I just don’t feel like doing anything.” Do any of these statements apply to you? If so, you may need to look no further for the cause of your complaints than…
Depression often leads to other diseases such as heart disease, high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, or Alzheimer’s. Could what you are eating be the first step in this vicious downward spiral?
It’s normal to feel a little apprehensive from time to time. Let’s face it—life can be stressful. All of us worry about things like financial problems, work, family struggles, or health. But sometimes anxiety can become so severe that completing simple, everyday tasks is difficult. When this occurs, it may