Constantly fatigued? So are a lot of other people. In fact, forty percent of Americans report feeling tired on most days, and one out every three adult women and men does not get enough sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
With our busy lifestyles and all the commitments that we need to juggle nowadays, tiredness can be expected. But, when it’s intense and you feel exhausted all the time, it’s not wise to brush it off. Persistent fatigue can be a sign that there is an underlying medical problem. Fortunately, that isn’t usually the case.
Here are 13 possible reasons for your tireless fatigue…
It’s Hot in Your Bedroom
Is your bedroom warmer than it should be? A hot bedroom can make it difficult or even impossible to fall and stay asleep, which can be the reason behind your constant fatigue.
When a room is too hot (or cold), you’re not going to be comfortable. The result will be tiredness. According to experts, the ideal room temperature for sleeping is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit.