Why am I always tired?

Posted by Seth B on

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An endless to-do list, long hours in the office or school and grabbing food whenever you can, can all pile up and leave you feeling absolutely knackered. In today's blog we check out what's causing us to fall asleep during the morning meeting and what we can do about it.

 

How many hours are you sleeping?

NOW LISTEN. Whether you like it or not, you need eight hours of sleep a night. If you don't believe me, watch this!

THIS IS A WARNING. Prioritize your beauty sleep! Get yourself into a routine, get cosy in bed by a certain time and switch off all electronics at least an hour before bedtime!

 

Sleep Apnea

This is a sleep disorder that you might not even be aware of! With Sleep Apnea you experience shallow or infrequent breathing during sleep. This pause in breathing leads to snoring and could momentarily wake you without realising.

 

Book yourself in for an appointment with your doctor, they're likely to suggest a device that keeps your airways clear.

 

What the hell are you eating?

Sugary food and caffeine can give you an instant hit, but nutritionally they are so bad! Rushing off to work or school on an empty stomach is also a bad idea. A healthy, balanced diet will put a halt to that bloated, sluggish feeling when your blood sugar level drops. Have a healthy breakfast which includes protein and complex carbs! How about eggs with whole-grain toast!

 

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