Get enough iron
Constantly dragging yourself around? You could have iron-deficiency anemia, a common cause of fatigue. Iron is essential for producing hemoglobin, which carries oxygen to your body’s cells, where it is used to produce energy. Good food sources of iron are red meat, iron-fortified cereal, green leafy vegetables, and dried beans. You may also need a supplement; check with your doctor.
When someone asks you to do something, say, ‘Let me check my schedule and I’ll get back to you.’
This gives you time to think about the request and decide if it’s something you really want to do, or simply an energy-sucking waste of your time. These are the energizing tricks you need to try if you are always tired.
Have your thyroid checked
If it’s not producing enough thyroid hormone, it could be making you feel tired and run-down. A simple blood test will tell. Other symptoms of low thyroid are dry skin, weight gain, constipation, and feeling cold.