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    I keep having that shit every day and it keeps going on for a very long while. I keep trying to dip my head into water to try and wake my head up and it keeps making me tired!

    I even tried going outside for some fresh air and it really encourages me to go back for some reason...

    I even tried looking at this... Why am I tired all the time? - Live Well - NHS Choices

    So I need to go over to my GP for solutions...

    I just want to know if you got any quick advices for any solution to the problem?

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    You're having a long shit every day?

    I think that's ok

    How much do you sleep every day?

    Do you do any exercise?

    This is what they recommend:

    At least 60 minutes (1 hour) of physical activity every day, which should be a mix of moderate-intensity aerobic activity, such as fast walking, and vigorous-intensity aerobic activity, such as running.
    On three days a week, these activities should involve muscle-strengthening activities, such as push-ups,
    and bone-strengthening activities, such as running.
    Many vigorous-intensity aerobic activities can
    help you meet your weekly muscle- and bone-
    strengthening requirements, such as running,
    skipping, gymnastics, martial arts and football.

    If you are constantly tired and getting enough sleep then you should go and see the doctor, he/she should check you over and maybe do some blood tests

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    I am, but I've got a hospital appointment on Monday about my sleeping.

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    Lack of exercise? That can make you feel tired, but it's probably more to do with you not getting a proper nights sleep.

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    I don't sleep and I'm sure I've got that apnea thing as I wake up gasping sometimes

    The hospital gave me an oxygen sensor to put on my finger for the night but it didn't show anything, but I'm sure the throat closing up wakes me before it would show as lower blood oxygen levels

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    Quote Originally Posted by jools182 View Post
    I don't sleep and I'm sure I've got that apnea thing as I wake up gasping sometimes

    The hospital gave me an oxygen sensor to put on my finger for the night but it didn't show anything, but I'm sure the throat closing up wakes me before it would show as lower blood oxygen levels
    Do you ever experience sleep paralysis because of it?

    I used to get that every single night for a year or so and was scared to go to sleep. It stopped and started again just after my son was born. It's terrifying, but luckily I haven't had it again since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_B View Post
    Do you ever experience sleep paralysis because of it?

    I used to get that every single night for a year or so and was scared to go to sleep. It stopped and started again just after my son was born. It's terrifying, but luckily I haven't had it again since.
    I was on some kind of steroidal antibiotics last year and they gave me strange sensations when trying to get to sleep. I would be dropping off to sleep and I would panic thinking that I was going to suffocate. It was awful as just trying to get to sleep was a nightmare. I looked at the side effects and it did say that could cause panic attacks and paranoia, or something like that. I decided that the original symptoms were preferable to the panic attacks and stopped using them.

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    I had sleep paralysis once, jeez it was blinkin awful. I thought I was dead and having an outer body experience.


    Freebie, maybe your tiredness is lack of structure to your day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ck View Post
    I had sleep paralysis once, jeez it was blinkin awful. I thought I was dead and having an outer body experience.

    I get that now and then, an imperative feeling of wanting to wake up to react to some kind of perceived danger and not being able to do so. It feels like you are awake and aware of the danger, but in fact you are not awake, and efforts to move or shout are fruitless until you wake up, shaking and sweating. I'm not sure what causes it but I think I get it mostly at times when I am stressed in daily life, which would normally prevent me from sleeping but I have fallen asleep eventually due to tiredness. Haven't had it recently, thankfully.

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