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Constant fatigue is a very uncomfortable， but very common， physical state. YouGov’s latest research shows that a significant number of Americans don’t feel fully rested for most of the week.floral pillow shams
Only 15 percent report not waking up feeling tired even one day a week， while 40 percent say that they wake up once， twice or three times a week feeling sluggish， and 38 percent say that they’re poorly rested four or more days a week.
But lack of sleep is just one – and the most obvious – reason why you feel lethargic as soon as you open your eyes. Other sneaky factors sapping your energy can be as simple as clutter in your office or keeping the temperature in your home too high.
Exhaustion is different from drowsiness， according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The latter is feeling the？need to sleep， but fatigue is a lack of energy and motivation. It can be a normal and important response to chronic shortage of sleeppersonalized christmas ornaments， but also to？emotional stress， hormonal changes and diseases.
Don’t be quick to blame exhaustion on chaotic daily lives. It is a generic and vague symptom that the body is using to signal that you need to take better care of it. Make small changes in your schedule to observe any difference in how you feel – this is one of the best ways to identify the culprit if？medical tests？have ruled out an illness.
Dehydration is？making you sick in more than one way. Lack of water slows everything in the body down， including cell function， leaving you feeling？sleepy and tired. Blood volume drops， which makes the heart work harder. Adequate hydration is dependent on many different factors， such as your size， activity levels and sweat rate. The？best indicatorof your hydration is your urine. Someone who is well-hydrated will produce clear or light-colored urine. Dark-colored urine is a sign of dehydration.
Remove as many little messes from your life as possible. By cleaning your life up， you will clear your cluttered mind， according to research.？These will be things such as clearing out your closets of all the clothes you haven’t worn for two years， shredding all the statements and paperwork you don’t need anymore， and removing the clutter from your kitchen and bathroom cabinets.？eliminating these distractions and messes from your life is like untangling a knot inside of you.
“；By cleaning your life up， you will clear your cluttered mind， according to research.”；
Fatigue？is a？very important sign of low thyroid. Since hyperthyroidism increases your metabolism， many individuals initially have a lot of energy，？according？to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.？However， as the hyperthyroidism continues， the body tends to break down， so？being tired？is very common. If you are constantly tired after？sleeping enough hours？and not doing a strenuous activity， check your thyroid gland.
This is one surprising way to add years to your life. The heater dries out the air indoors， which can lead to inflamed skin. An acceptable wintertime temperature indoors is 70 degrees for the living room and at least 64 degrees for other rooms， according to the West Midlands Public Health Observatory. Feeling too hot will prevent you from falling asleep or you’ll be tossing and turning trying to feel comfortable， resulting in you feeling lethargic in the morning.
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Try to stick to the same？sleep-wake？schedule even when you don’t have to get up early for work. Getting up at 6 a.m. every day， and then suddenly sleeping until 1 p.m. on weekends， disrupts the body’s internal clock. “The time you wake up determines the ability to fall asleep at night，” Dr. Karl Doghramji， Director of the Sleep Disorders Center at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital， says. If you wake up late，？falling asleep？may be a problem.？ The bigger the difference in shut-eye time， the more jet lag symptoms you’ll experience.
Just like diet and exercise， sleep is unique to each person and important for optimal health and professional performance. Sleep Number？ beds adjust on each side to your ideal level of firmness， comfort and support — your Sleep Number？ setting — for your best possible sleep.
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This story starts out with a Poncho that was impressive from the moment I saw this in the Burberry Fashion show back in 2014. There were?celebrity?sightings all over the?streets in?this poncho. This?is my DIY version of ?that exclusive monogrammed poncho,?minus the not-so-budget friendly price-tag that goes along with the brand. Fall and winter fabrics are hitting the stores in full force right now and when I ran into this print at my local fabric store, I knew it would work well for this project. The?fabric is a polyester, rayon blend and I used a wool felt for the lettering.
[This Instructable was written by the Mrs. DPeach.]
Last week I was in Target. Every time I’m there I like to stop by the home furniture section to see kind of displays they have up. Target always know what’s up. When I saw they had a right?shelf dedicated to Gold accent decor pieces and the left shelf had Copper, it became clear that gold is no longer relevant to me.??Gold had it’s moment for the last 2 years and this year it’s?time for copper to go all out in full force. ?I had my gold moment and if you’re still enjoying your, there is nothing wrong with it! It’s all a matter of opinion and style. My style is transforming constantly and I’m going through my copper phase. Copper has a very distinct and?mystery to it. It stands out without taking away attention from everything else in the room. ?It looks?effortless and less gaudy when you have more than 1 statement pieces in one room. It’s shiny, cold but also warms up a room.