(HealthDay News) -- It is normal to be tired now and then. But if your fatigue doesn't end after a good night's sleep, there may be underlying health concerns, the U.S. National Institute on Aging says.
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Certain medications, medical problems and emotional health issues can trigger feelings of frequent exhaustion, the agency says.
It offers these suggestions:
- Keep a diary to help uncover patterns during the day when you feel tired.
- Exercise frequently.
- Avoid naps longer than 30 minutes late in the day. They can leave you groggy and may make it harder to fall asleep at night.
- Stop smoking
- Ask for help if you feel overwhelmed.
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