For most people, feeling tired when you wake up is the result of rest inactivity, which is a natural emotion you experience as you transition between living asleep and awake. This feeling generally dissipates between 15 and 60 minutes after waking, but for some, it can last longer.
By the age of 80, cerebral blood flow is approximately 20% less than at age 30, which means that the heart has less capacity for physical exertion and may feel fatigued more easily. As a result, we gradually decrease our energy and persistence levels.
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Many potential factors cause chronic tiredness, such as underlying medical conditions, nutrient deficiencies, sleep disturbances, caffeine intake, and regular stress. If you’re participating unexplained tiredness, it’s important to talk with your physician to find the cause.
Most of the time tiredness can be traced to one or more of your habits or routines, especially lack of exercise. It’s also normally related to unhappiness. On occasion, tiredness is a symptom of other underlying conditions that need medical treatment.