Feeling Tired All The Time?

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Tired all the time? Train yourself to get used to dark mornings, and learn how to boost your energy levels throughout the day

Feeling tired all the time? There are many things to love about the summer, but the light streaming through the window and waking us up long before our morning alarm is not one of them. Add that to busy days in the heat and long evenings making the most of warm summer evenings with family or friends, and it’s no wonder we feel tired again the next day.

If this all sounds familiar, at least take comfort in the fact that you’re not alone. It is estimated that 62% of Britons need 15 minutes to an hour after waking to feel ‘human’ again. Plus, studies have shown that only 1 in 10 of us are naturally early risers, so for the rest of us, jumping out of bed to seize the day doesn’t necessarily come naturally.

However, that constant feeling of fatigue or being tired all the time is actually affecting our health. Research from the National Hydration Council reveals that 1 in 5 visits to the GP are down to patients feeling immense tiredness and fatigue.

But, it doesn’t have to be like this. Feeling tired all of the time is a problem that can be fixed, and there are things you can do to combat your constant fatigue.

Needless to say, if you’re getting less than seven hours of sleep a night you may need to look at how you can squeeze in some extra shut-eye, but we’ve also rounded up the best tips and tricks we could find to help you sleep better and feel less tired. Give them a try and see if they work for you.

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