Tired of being tired

By Mimiewal Latest Reply 2011-11-06 23:38:48 -0600
Started 2011-11-06 10:50:05 -0600

Lately I am finding myself unusually tired. I was wondering why? It has gotton to the point i am finding myself taking vitamins just to get thru the day? does any one have any advise on how to build my energy levels back to normal?

3 replies

Mickey/CCHT 2011-11-06 23:38:48 -0600 Report

I agree with James. There are SO many causes that you really need to talk with your doc.
I'm tired a lot, but it is because i work insane crazy hours and get up in the middle of the night to go to work!! But i have noticed that since i have been eating better and getting my bs#'s a little more normal, I have been feeling not as tired.
Go to your Doc and find out what's up so you can feel better!
Be Blessed, Mickey

pixsidust 2011-11-06 17:07:57 -0600 Report

I agree with James many things can be the issue. Get checked out, please. Make sure you are staying on the food plan that is best for you.
Are your numbers good? Carbs can make you tired as well. Walk on your breaks, even if its in the hallway briskly or take the stairs. Get moving! Wake up your body!

jayabee52 2011-11-06 11:46:23 -0600 Report

being tired can be a symptom of so many things, some of them minor, some of them very serious — some of them life threatening. Anemia, sleep Apnea, heart problems, High and low Blood Glucose levels, (the list could go on and on)

I would make an appointment with your Dr and tell Dr what is going on with you and what other symptoms you notice (even if you don't think it is related) and have Dr either diagnose something or rule out some possibilities. My ex (when I was with her) did that and it was cured by a B-12 shot. My bride "Jem" (who passed from this live July 2010) had congestive heart failure (tachycardia) and was so tired she slept 20 out of 24 hours some days . I have kidney disease and I am tired too.

So please don't try to diagnose yourself. Please get to the Dr and let Dr do the Dx.