Why am I always so tired?

so tired
Why am I always so tired?
Occasionai spelis of tiredness are common, but constant fatigue is not. Have a look at your lifestyle. The common reasons for tiredness include poor sleeping patterns, iack of exercise, or stress.

Certain medical conditions like anaemia, hypothyroidism, diabetes and high biood pressure can cause tiredness. Poor nutrition can contribute.

I wonder if I'm eating the right food?

It's easy to reach for a chocolate bar when you need a boost, but sugary foods burn fast and leave you in a slump. Better to refuel on slower-burning foods like fruit or wholegrain bread - your energy levels will be steadier and last longer.

Back Acne

Doctors know acne by the formal name of acne vulgaris. We know it simply as pimples, zits or spots. Upclose, acne can be seen as a mixture of different spots. There are inflamed spots (papules), some of which turn into yellow heads containing pus (pustules), blackheads and tiny little nodules or cysts.

Collectively termed blemishes, they mostly sprout from hair follicles - the reason men with hairy backs are more prone to acne. Besides the upper body, acne can also appear on the upper thighs and buttocks.

Drink Your Vegetables

carrot juice
carrot juice
Over-fried, dripping with oil, doused with sauce. Don't you sometimes wish you could have your veggies plain and simple? Solution: Juice it!


This skinny root is fat with nutrients, valuable minerals and antioxidants. Filled with the goodness of Vitamins A, B and C plus iron, calcium and potassium, carrots give you a natural high, promoting vitality and bright eyes.

Antioxidants help the immune system to counter the effects of free radicals. Vitamin C is one of the most effective, and helps to build healthy tissue. Those bothered by acne or eczema may find that carrot juice improves their skin.