Why Are You So Tired?

In this fast paced world, individuals are getting tired quickly doing any outdoor or small household activity. Feeling tired nowadays has become a common phenomenon. A small household activity or outdoor activity is enough to make one tired. While it is okay to feel tired occasionally, but a continuous feeling of tiredness could be clearly […]

In this fast paced world, individuals are getting tired quickly doing any outdoor or small household activity. Feeling tired nowadays has become a common phenomenon. A small household activity or outdoor activity is enough to make one tired. While it is okay to feel tired occasionally, but a continuous feeling of tiredness could be clearly indicating towards a particular habit which definitely needs to be improved. There are several times when your body is craving for rest even after not doing enough of activity. If that is the case then you need to watch out the following signs to know the appropriate reason behind your tiredness.

  • Consuming Junk Foods
  • Not Keeping Hydrated
  • Lack Of Consumption Of Iron Rich Foods
  • Not Getting Enough Sleep
  • Skipping Breakfast
  • Skipping Exercise

Let’s take step to fight this long stretched battle of tiredness by improving our habits. The best part is that all the reasons associated with tiredness can be managed and even reversed by having correct lifestyle approach. Following are few tips to live your life healthy:

  • Include seasonal fruits and vegetables in your daily diet
  • Drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water on daily basis
  • Try to have at least 20 minutes of exercise daily for better metabolism
  • Include iron rich foods like leafy green vegetables, dried fruits, seafood, beans, and poultry in your diet
  • Restrict usage of packaged food; instead try to have food in natural form

Ravi Shet is the writer of this article and Co-founder of Treatum, an online healthcare portal connecting patients with right doctors.

Disclaimer: The entire content of this article is for information purpose only and is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information. It is not a substitute for professional care and should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem and disease.

9 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing.. Nice information.

  2. Shweta

    Very much informative !!
    Keep helping us by updating such basic but important knowledge!!

  3. Radha iyer

    Nice article.finally come back

  4. Ayub

    Very useful information. Worth sharing.

  5. Nehal Tawadia

    Thanks for sharing this. Good information. Keep up the good work!

  6. Jamal

    Really great article…

  7. Prafulla

    Good article with true informations.

  8. Deepti

    To the point and informative …keep it up !!

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