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Fatigue is a major issue across the modern world as our lives change so drastically day to day that our bodies that do not evolve as quickly as technology tends to be left behind leaving us asking "Why Am I Always Tired?" There are many reasons for being tired all the time but one of the lesser known aspects is our sleep patterns that if we mess up can lead to us feeling tired, burnt out and lethargic until we right them. To fully appreciate this we need to understand two vital parts of sleeping.

Sleep Window - Our bodies are very good at regulating many things but our minds is often intent on pushing ourselves beyond what our body wants. One example of this is our sleep window, when our body is ready to sleep it sends signals out and we start to yawn and feel tired, generally this means we need sleep and we obey by going to bed. However do we do this that often? Or maybe we fight off that sleepiness to watch TV, play a computer game, desperately study for that exam or finish that bit of work for the boss tomorrow. Many things lead us to miss this window. When we miss our sleep window our brain starts revving up again and we do not feel tired anymore for a while until that window comes again but this is very detrimental to long term energy levels.

Sleep Cycle - Our sleep cycle is a period of time that our body and brain winds down into a deep slumber and then rises again to a lighter sleep. This is an integral part of sleep and most sleep cycle last approximately four hours and so we try to get eight hours sleep to fit in two cycles. What this means is that if we wake naturally at the end of a cycle we wake up refreshed but if we wake in the middle of this cycle when we are in a deep sleep our body is not ready for this and can make it very difficult to function and we often end up tired all day. Some peoples sleep cycles are short than this or longer too so it is not exact but knowing your cycles is important to understanding how to get a good nights sleep.

If we force our body beyond these natural cycles we run the risk of fatigue that leads us to our original question of "Why Am I Always Tired?"


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==== ==== While I published these interesting articles for others who have been curious about this topic, my personal experience with increased energy and less sleep need at night did not emerge until I studied the concepts at the link below. It's literally given me back over an hour and a half each day, boosting my productivity significantly. I'm glad to share it with you and I hope the authors do well with the publication. http://b06afdriusp4oe5jlki4jfufdp.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=TIREDNESS ==== ====


Always Fatigued?