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Reasons why are you tired all the time

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If you feel tired and fatigued all the time, there are some reasons why you feel so. When you know about these reasons, it be easier for you to remove tiredness and fatigue from your life.

Macronutrient imbalances

Macronutrients mean fats, proteins and carbohydrates. Your body needs these macronutrients for proper running on different systems in your body. If there is a deficiency of any of the macronutrients, it will result in tiredness and fatigue. One of the most common macronutrient deficiencies now a days low fat consumption. Your energy comes from these macronutrients and if they are not reaching your body at the required amount, you will have low energy levels.

Poor gut health

The gastrointestinal system of your body is very important in your energy level. If you have an underlying chronic gut issue, it is going to affect your energy levels. If you are suffering from leaky gut syndrome, small intestine bacterial overgrowth, or imbalances in your gut bacteria such conditions will drain your energy significantly. When you resolve these problems, your vitality and energy levels will be restored back to normal.

Inflammatory foods

The foods that we consume dynamically decide our biochemistry and energy levels. The foods that you are consuming will either help you or hurt your energy levels. You should avoid refined foods, excess carbohydrates and empty calories as they will negatively affect your health and will bring down your energy levels. If you have any intolerance to foods like gluten, gluten-free grains and dairy, it can cause fatigue. Simply eliminate the inflammatory foods in your diet and add more real food and you will see changes in your energy levels.


There are many substances in our environment and also in our bodies which are toxic to our health. If your energy levels are down, this is the first check that you should do. If the levels of toxins in your body is high, you will be tired and fatigued all the time. It is possible to diagnose toxicity by testing for common toxicities. It is also possible to reduce toxins in your life by following a few simple ways which will reduce the amount of toxins going into your body and staying there. It is also possible to remove the toxins from your body with the help of different bodily functions.

Hormonal dysfunctions

Your body has different systems in it and they communicate through an intelligent web of hormonal pathways. If you want to have high energy levels, a properly functioning endocrine (hormonal) system is essential. The two Most common hormonal pathway dysfunctions often seen in people with low energy levels are hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal dysfunction, which is also known as adrenal fatigue and low thyroid function. It will be good for you to check yourself for any hormonal dysfunctions and if there is any you need to take immediate measures to address that.

Poor sleep

This is an obvious reason why you have low energy and are fatigued. If you are staying up too late at night and/or drinking lots of caffeinated beverages, you should stop doing that because they are interfering with your sleep and as a result of that you are waking up tired and fatigued. If you find it difficult to fall asleep, sleep when or stay asleep, that maybe the problem what is causing low energy levels and tiredness in you.


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