Feeeling TATTered? (that's Tired All The Time): As one in five say they always feel drained, our experts share their fatigue tips.
Are you tired all the time? It’s a symptom so common it even has a handy acronym – TATT – used by doctors on medical notes.
One in five Britons say they are, according to NHS figures, with one in ten suffering long-term problems. Yet just a third of these will have anything physically wrong with them, making it a tricky problem to tackle.
Although causes such as hormonal problems or vitamin deficiencies must be ruled out by blood tests, once this is done, what is left to try?
We know that burning the candle at both ends can leave you feeling drained, but there are scientifically proven ways to beat the slump.
Here, experts reveal their favourite methods, from cutting out a nightly tipple to limiting time spent on your laptop.
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