The simple answer is – stop doing whatever you are doing, because it’s not working!
I’ll exclude an undiagnosed illness or condition from this piece as this can make you tired. However, there are numerous reasons why you will feel sluggish, including these:
- Diet – excess sugars, excess carbohydrates and the sheer volume of food consumed
- Sleep – broken or short duration, inadequate bedding
- Stress – drains you mentally
- Depression – you tend to want to sleep more during the day
- Laziness – the less you do, the less you want to do
- Obesity – your body is not designed to function in this state
- Exercise – excessive amounts can cause fatigue over the long term
Many of these go hand in hand. In fact, a lot of people will have all these factors in their life. By addressing these one by one in a systematic manner will bring you out of your slumber!
Contact us today – to break your cycle of sleepiness and start living:
Your author, Ken Ross is a current competitive natural bodybuilder with INBA PNBA Global. In 2007, Ken started at ground zero mentally and physically. Ken has now competed in 138 INBA PNBA Global competitions, is the world record holder for INBA competitions, is a PNBA Pro Bodybuilder, is in the INBA Hall of Fame, is the INBA PNBA Global World Ambassador, is the INBA PNBA Global New Zealand President. has created 29 INBA PNBA Global Olympia, Universe or World Champions, and Ken also coaches athletes globally for natural bodybuilding competitions.
Founding Director of FLEXR6 Fitness Solutions and a natural bodybuilder for 37 years. Ken is based in Australia and currently competes at the international level. Ken is a current PNBA Pro, INBA Hall of Fame Inductee, INBA PNBA Global New Zealand President, INBA World Ambassador, multiple Asia Pacific, Natural Universe & Natural Olympia gold medallist, Competition Preparation Coach, writer for Iron Man Magazine and has competed in 138 INBA shows! Ken is also a qualified Personal Trainer & Nutrition Coach. Read more about Ken or get in touch via the contact form.