Why am I always tired?

If you are feeling like you are extremely tired and cannot figure out why, then it is probably down to the fact that it is a food intolerance. With everybody experiencing fatigue due to stress, anxiety or a bit too much exercise, barely anyone thinks that it could be a food intolerance. The most common cause is purely down to lack of sleep.

The new modern lifestyle

The new modern lifestyle has seen many people suffering from fatigue due to lack of sleep. This in part down to food intolerance but also because people’s work and social lives are becoming a lot more demanding. The number of people complaining about experiencing fatigue is higher than ever. Research suggests that 1 in 10 people are suffering from constant tiredness and that women are more than likely to be affected than men.

Symptoms of fatigue

If you are feeling like you are suffering from fatigue, then you are probably experiencing the following symptoms:

  • Feeling tired due to lack of sleep
  • Physically drained
  • Unable to concentrate
  • Taking longer than usual to complete simple tasks
  • Feeling irritable

Experiencing fatigue as an intolerance symptom

Why am I always tired?

Well, a food intolerance can cause you to feel lethargic and a bit upset about your emotions. Without an obvious cause, you can visit your GP to rule out any underlying medical conditions. However, if you are continuing to experience prolonged tiredness, then it may be a good opportunity to have a deeper look at your diet. As fatigue is often caused by the food that you eat, then an intolerance test would be extremely beneficial for you.

A weight off your shoulders

For those people suffering from fatigue, it can be a real relief to discover what food intolerance items are causing their symptoms, as they can then see light at the end of the tunnel. Identifying and eliminating these foods with help from our 28 days follow up will be the first step forward to improving your energy levels.

If you are looking to solve your symptoms of fatigue then an intolerance test could be exactly what you need!