Often, we all tend to blame our too-busy lifestyle for being tired and most of the times we are right about it. But if you are tired all the time even after having enough rest and comfortable work routine you are constantly depending on caffeine to keep you active, you need to find out the reasons behind your tiredness.
If your tiredness is persisting for some time you may have to get yourself tested for anemia (iron deficiency), thyroid problems, heart disease and much more. Even deficiency of vitamin D, allergies or any other medications could be the reasons of your tiredness.
This condition is due to a lack of red blood cells, which result in bringing oxygen from the lungs to the tissues and cells. Shortage of oxygen supply in the body causes frequent or unexplained dizziness, headache and tiredness all the time. Anemia can be caused by vitamin or iron deficiency, internal bleeding, blood loss, or a chronic disease such as rheumatoid arthritis, kidney failure, or cancer. Pregnant women are more susceptible to iron-deficiency anemia.
Other symptoms of anemia include brittle nails, pale skin and even after having enough sleep you will feel the need of a constant nap during day time. One should avoid too much intake of caffeine because it can lead to iron deficiency. Iron is an essential to your body to produce hemoglobin which is a part of red blood cells and helps in carrying oxygen in the body.
Vitamin D deficiency
Deficiency of vitamin D is also of the most common reasons of your tiredness. Vitamin D keeps a count of calcium in the body and helps it to keep the bones strong. It plays a crucial role in healthy muscle movement, the nervous system relies on it and it also improves the functionality of the immune system as well as helps in reducing inflammation. So, when your body experiences a lack of vitamin D the bones become softer and lose their strength, rendering you to feel tired all the time.
There are few naturally available sources of vitamin D, including sunlight, fish liver oils, some fish, and egg yolks.
Being overweight is also an important reason and at times a pre-condition for something more serious lifestyle related to health disorder that drains your energy. Overweight may often result in insulin resistance condition, which can lead to pre-diabetes and other serious health issues.
During the process of digestion, food is converted to the forms of sugars such as glucose and sopped up in the blood. As the sugar in the bloodstream increases, the pancreas releases insulin (hormone) to remove sugar from the bloodstream so that it can be used for energy.
Obesity may result in insulin resistance, which means the body cells have reduced its ability to respond to the action of the insulin (hormone). With time people with insulin resistance can high sugars or diabetes.