I constantly feel tired

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  1. CTGuy

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    I constantly feel pretty tired. I try to get enough sleep, I work out regularly and I eat pretty well. I occassionally have a glass or two of wine with dinner, but my alcohol consumption usually is pretty low to moderate. What is wrong with me?
     


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    Mono? Allergies?
     


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    Getting older? Dying?
     


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    See a doctor, get a blood test.
     


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    What will a blood test reveal?
     


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    It's probably that Super-hooker I slept with last year when I was in Haiti on vacation.
     


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    Drink some coffee
     


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    Get a sleep study to rule out sleep disorders, blood test for vitamin deficiencies, then look at things like stress or depression, exercise habits, etc. I have the same problem to some extent, but it has never felt severe enough for me to look into it. Also, I made a similar thread (use the search noob [​IMG]): http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=13027
     


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    Drink some coffee

    That is definitely not the problem.
     


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    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    That is definitely not the problem.

    Are you consuming large amounts of caffeine? That's the type of thing that can throw your system out of whack.
     


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    I generally only drink coffee during the morning, but I am known to have a red eye or some other type of espresso drink. It's rare that I have a second cup in the afternoon, but I've noticed that can go either way-- picks me up for a little while but then I feel very tired.
     


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    Are you urinating more often than normal? You might want to consider getting checked for diabetes.
     


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