Why am I tired all the time?
Psychological causes of tiredness
Psychological tiredness is far more common than tiredness that’s caused by a physical problem.
One key reason is anxiety, which can cause insomnia and, in turn, lead to persistent fatigue. A survey by the Mental Health Foundation found that nearly a third of the population are severely sleep-deprived, often because of job and money worries.
The worries and strains of daily life can be exhausting – even positive events, such as moving house or getting married. Emotional shock, such as bad news, bereavement or the break-up of a relationship, can make you feel drained.
Mental health problems such as depression or anxiety can make you feel more tired. They can also prevent you from getting a proper night’s sleep.
Counselling and Hypnotherapy,( http://www.hypnotherapy-directory.org.uk/hypnotherapists/dionne-sheen) can help. To look at the root cause of your anxiety and help you learn your triggers you can then learn coping strategies and will enjoy a normal sleeping routine.
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