Good ways to handle fatigue?

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    Nov 06, 2015 4:41 AM GMT



    Hey guys, just wondering if anyone has some quick fixes to deal with fatigue.

    Lately I've been feeling super wrecked and find myself struggling to get up of a morning for gym,

    apart from loading up on redbull does anyone have some good fixes?

    Ive tried smashing some creatine to get some energy but it doesn't really do much.


    Also have to include that i've upped my diet massively to around 4000cal a day and wondering if that might be adding to how tired I am.

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    Nov 06, 2015 3:16 PM GMT
    I've upped calories (since summer) and have also been feeling a bit rundown. I have to drink at least two cups of coffee before going to the gym. I feel like it's either:

    - the extra calories
    - gaining mass (even though that's the whole purpose)
    - my workout regimen/poor recovery
    - creatine mono

    I'm thinking it's all the extra calories though. I bought a B6 supplement, so hopefully that does something.
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    Nov 06, 2015 3:52 PM GMT
    You're 22. You should not be feeling fatigued all the time.

    Just a few things that can cause fatigue:

    • Depression
    • Over-Training
    • Infection somewhere in the body
    • Energy Drinks or too much caffeine.

    Since you mentioned energy drinks in your post, I suspect that's at least part of your problem. Just like any other drug, your body will require more and more of it to get the same effects and after a while they will leave you feeling so tired you can't get out of bed in the morning. Those things are poison and I would highly suggest getting off of them.
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    Nov 07, 2015 1:25 AM GMT
    Radd saidYou're 22. You should not be feeling fatigued all the time.

    Just a few things that can cause fatigue:

    • Depression
    • Over-Training
    • Infection somewhere in the body
    • Energy Drinks or too much caffeine.

    Since you mentioned energy drinks in your post, I suspect that's at least part of your problem. Just like any other drug, your body will require more and more of it to get the same effects and after a while they will leave you feeling so tired you can't get out of bed in the morning. Those things are poison and I would highly suggest getting off of them.







    naa I don't drink energy drinks I was just mentioning that as a solution
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    Nov 07, 2015 5:26 AM GMT
    shawnyshawn3 said
    Radd saidYou're 22. You should not be feeling fatigued all the time.

    Just a few things that can cause fatigue:

    • Depression
    • Over-Training
    • Infection somewhere in the body
    • Energy Drinks or too much caffeine.

    Since you mentioned energy drinks in your post, I suspect that's at least part of your problem. Just like any other drug, your body will require more and more of it to get the same effects and after a while they will leave you feeling so tired you can't get out of bed in the morning. Those things are poison and I would highly suggest getting off of them.







    naa I don't drink energy drinks I was just mentioning that as a solution



    So what do you think is the cause?
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    Nov 08, 2015 12:49 AM GMT
    Maybe you have anemia.
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    Nov 08, 2015 3:30 AM GMT
    There's a chance that you're overtraining. If that's the case take a week off to rest. The supplement zma will help you sleep and also support muscle growth. Eliminating white sugar, white flour and caffeine will allow your adrenal glands to recover. Creatine is not an energetic. The worst thing it will do is cause diarrhea. Add a good multivitamin. I would suggest is drinking about 1.5 gallons of water every day. I would suggest you stop playing with your iPhone iPad laptop tv and anything else with a screen at least one hour before bedtime. Any recreational drugs including alcohol must be eliminated. Give your hands a break from playing with your cock. If you're still fatigued after a couple weeks go see a doctor.