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    Re: I sleep for 6-8 hours per day yet I still feel tired. Why?

    If you've been sleeping right but you're still to tired then somethings wrong with your body, it needs vitamins and minerals, take multivitamins, alot of C and E, also a good B complex. Then exercise, lift some weights, run, cycle anything to raise your adrenalin. You'll know if I'm right if you drink 2 cups of strong black coffee with sugar and you feel energized and awake.





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    Re: I sleep for 6-8 hours per day yet I still feel tired. Why?

    The last thing you want to do is raise adrenalin... this is a catabolic hormone commonly called "the fight or flight" hormone. One of the sides of adrenalin is low blood sugar which will put the OP in a worse condition.






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