Constantly tired all the time...

Discussion in 'Mental Health Disorders' started by SaraRose, Feb 25, 2013.

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  1. SaraRose

    SaraRose Well-Known Member

    I hate this fog that I get during these times. I'm just so tired that I wake up and eat something then either sleep or just stare at nothing until it's time to rush to get ready for work. At work I'm in a fog that it takes all my energy to actually stay semi-alert to where I can do my job. Then I come home- determined to actually clean but do nothing more then climb into bed and fall right to sleep.

    I mean sleep for me is good since I hardly ever sleep. But this is just insane. I don't have the time to be sleeping or 'lazy' all the time. My apartment needs to be cleaned! I have to do stuff, but to even get a bowl of soup it takes all my energy just to heat it up!
  2. Witty_Sarcasm

    Witty_Sarcasm Writer, Musician, Fun Lover, Magic Maker

    I know how you feel...I am tired all the time, no matter how much I sleep. But I have untreated medical issues...have you been checked out by a doctor or anything? Maybe there's something that can be treated with meds...hope you start to feel better soon :hug:
  3. SaraRose

    SaraRose Well-Known Member

    Yeah I've had blood work done several times, more for the constant migraines I have but it's all come back normal. Along with all of the other stuff. Right now I'm more on the broke as heck side so I gotta save my money for the upcoming specialist.

    I figure after that one, maybe I can go back if I still feel the same way and see if I can't get something for it.

    I hope you feel better soon too! :hug:
  4. PureBlueLight

    PureBlueLight Well-Known Member

    I used to feel like that, tired all the time, had no will to do what should be done, my mind couldn't rest properly, my body felt strange and i had no will to change and feel better.
    It was like fatigue or simply tired of everything.
    Nowadays i still don't feel well but i don't feel tired everyday anymore, it changed into no will no live instead.
  5. CGMAngel

    CGMAngel Well-Known Member

    Sara - I've lived in that "fog" most of my life. I gave up trying to explain this to people a long time ago. How do you explain to someone who has never suffered depression that sometimes simply getting out of bed feels like a mountain to climb?

    I feel reassured I am not the only one struggling in this way. However, I certainly hope you feel better soon.
  6. dvnj22

    dvnj22 Well-Known Member

    I have the same problem. it's weird though cause sometimes I'm constantly "in my head" thinking and so tired, so foggy, then I have amazing burst of -- where I'm it's like I'm doing a 1 hr HBO stand up special. that mostly happens when I'm around people.
  7. SaraRose

    SaraRose Well-Known Member

    Dvnj22- I'm the same way exactly. Which then makes it so much more tiring for me. That burst of energy just burns up everything I have it seems.
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