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Do you feel tired?
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Posted 8/26/12
when i feel depressed
Posted 8/27/12
I've been more awake : /
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Posted 9/1/12
Dead. Came back home from meeting old school friends and playing football for hours.
Posted 9/1/12
You have cancer.
Posted 11/1/12
I'm tired of my gf being attached to my hip -___-
and the dad being all up in my shit
and mum mingling with some 30 yr old nigga.
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Posted 11/1/12
i'm tired because i don't sleep enough heh, my own dam fault.

what I do in 1 day (4):
Learn, Game/workout, Sleep, Social
and I have to pick 3...
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Posted 11/1/12
everyday tired
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Posted 11/1/12
I get enough sleep. I've ran. I've changed my diet every which way possible. Nothing helped except Wellbutrin and coffee but I'm still constantly on the verge of falling asleep no matter the situation.
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Posted 11/1/12
Maybe you don't have enough iron in your diet that's a big concern nowadays.
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Posted 11/1/12
Yeah I'm always tired too no matter how much sleep I get. Maybe it has to do with growth?
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Posted 11/1/12
If the sleeping interferes with your daily activities, even if you activities are just sitting at a computer, you should talk to your doctor about having a sleep study done. Most people with sleep apneia are overweight, but not all...you could have an obstructed airway that doesn't allow you to get enough oxygen when sleeping. If you snore at all, this is a good sign that you may have an obstructed air passage.

Excercise is of course great. You do not have to drink plain water to get you water intake for the day - unsweetened tea has no calories and a little caffeine to help give you a small jolt. I would try to limit caffeine to 20 oz a day - and definitely do NOT drink it a couple hours before you are trying to sleep. You can also get sugarfree kool-aid or other products to give your water flavor, so it won't seem like you are drinking plain ole water.
But biggest thing, if you don't take one, take a multi vitamin with some iron. Vitamins are not just for old people - I take a Flintstone chewable vitamin every morning. It gives you that extra something you might be lacking in your normal diet, and I have not gotten a cold in the 3 years since I started taking vitamins daily. I also recommend vitamin D3 - 2000 I.U a day - from what my doctors tell me, almost noone gets enough vitamin D daily and are deficient. Vitamin D helps your body absorb Calcium. And if you take a Calcium supplement, do not take it with your multivitamin. Iron and Calcium can not be absorbed at the same time.

And getting a fasting glucose test done is never a bad idea - you may also have your doctor check your thyroid. An overactive thyroid can cause you to be overly tired and can cause you to lose weight even with increased intake.

Anyways, hope you figure out what's up.
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