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Fatigue and Sleepiness: What Causes It?

Not Enough Sleep

You may not realize it, but you may be getting too little sleep. This can have a significant impact on your health and concentration. Every night, adults should obtain seven to eight hours of sleep.

Not eating Enough food.

Not only does eating too little make you tired, but eating the incorrect meals might also make you tired. Eating a well-balanced diet helps keep your blood sugar in check and prevents the sluggish feeling that comes with low blood sugar.


Although depression is primarily an emotional condition, it also causes a variety of physical symptoms. The most common symptoms include fatigue, headaches, and a loss of appetite.


In persons with diabetes, unusually high quantities of sugar linger in the bloodstream rather than being turned into energy by the body's cells. As a result, despite eating enough, the body runs out of steam. Ask your doctor about getting tested for diabetes if you have chronic, unexplained lethargy.

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