For many, weak­ness and drowsi­ness are inex­tri­ca­ble com­pan­ions of life. Three alarm clocks, a con­stant delay in wak­ing up, and even after get­ting up after the cher­ished “5 min­utes” and get­ting ready for work, many sleep on the way, at work, after it, and when they return home, they strug­gle with the temp­ta­tion to fall asleep right on the rug in front of the door. Lack of vit­a­mins, autumn, win­ter, bad weath­er are the excus­es that we usu­al­ly find for our­selves. But the appear­ance of weak­ness and drowsi­ness dur­ing the day have rea­sons, some­times not obvi­ous, but always requir­ing con­sul­ta­tion and con­trol of a spe­cial­ist.

Weakness and drowsiness: breathe deeply

Weakness and drowsiness: breathe deeply

Lack of oxy­gen can cause weak­ness and drowsi­ness. The fact is that not a sin­gle sys­tem of the body can ful­ly work with­out oxy­gen, the brain will be the most sen­si­tive to defi­cien­cy.

One of the main caus­es of oxy­gen defi­cien­cy will be being in a stuffy room, lack of walks and ven­ti­la­tion of the room. Most of us pre­fer not to open win­dows and not ven­ti­late the room from Octo­ber-Novem­ber to Feb­ru­ary-April, which is jus­ti­fied by weath­er con­di­tions. In office premis­es, win­dows do not open at all, com­fort­able tem­per­a­tures are reg­u­lat­ed thanks to air con­di­tion­ers or heat­ing sys­tems. Even a cou­ple of months spent in such con­di­tions will cause oxy­gen star­va­tion, if you do not take action, it can become chron­ic.

The main symp­toms of oxy­gen star­va­tion are con­stant weak­ness and drowsi­ness. Patients say that even after a full and long sleep, they wake up “bro­ken”, they may have headaches, irri­tabil­i­ty and unsta­ble mood.

To pre­vent such con­se­quences and symp­toms, wake up refreshed after sleep and at the first alarm call, reg­u­lar air­ing of the room will help, prefer­ably twice a day. Bet­ter falling asleep and wak­ing up will help air­ing before going to bed.

Smok­ing can also neg­a­tive­ly affect the con­di­tion. Heavy smok­ers are advised to at least reduce the num­ber of cig­a­rettes per day and not smoke a few hours before bed­time. The neg­a­tive impact of tobac­co smoke is expressed in steal­ing oxy­gen from the brain, which caus­es weak­ness and drowsi­ness.

Snoring from the break room

Snoring from the break room

The rolling snor­ing com­ing from the bed­room dri­ves every­one around crazy, and it is these unpleas­ant sounds that are the most com­mon cause of bad mood and sleep dis­tur­bance, both in the snor­er and in his envi­ron­ment. But this is not the main cause of weak­ness and drowsi­ness in the morn­ing.

Snor­ing is one of the caus­es of sleep apnea, in which the snor­er may stop breath­ing or be dis­turbed. Because of this, the tis­sues of the body do not receive enough oxy­gen and suf­fer. The brain, which does not receive the nec­es­sary amount of oxy­gen, wakes up the body, and there can be a lot of such micro-awak­en­ings dur­ing the night.

Snor­ing can cause poor sleep, con­stant wak­ing can­not improve the qual­i­ty of sleep, and in the morn­ing it some­times seems that there was no rest at all. Because of such awak­en­ings, there is prac­ti­cal­ly no deep sleep, when the body’s strength is restored.

Lack of sleep due to snor­ing is the main cause of drowsi­ness in the morn­ing, prob­lems with the heart and blood ves­sels, dis­or­ders in the endocrine and ner­vous sys­tems. By the way, sci­en­tists have proven that lack of sleep, weak­ness and drowsi­ness in the morn­ing can cause excess weight.

Following strict diets

Following strict diets

Almost all girls strive for per­fec­tion and try to keep them­selves in shape. The main female efforts are direct­ed against aging and weight gain. It is for these rea­sons that var­i­ous diets have been so pop­u­lar for sev­er­al decades.

Diets are spe­cial dietary prin­ci­ples that lim­it the con­sump­tion of cer­tain foods. All diets can be divid­ed into sev­er­al main groups:

  • med­ical, which must be observed for health rea­sons;
  • for the pur­pose of los­ing weight — the most com­mon option.

Accord­ing to experts, 60% of girls who are con­stant­ly exper­i­ment­ing with diets do not need weight loss, from a phys­i­o­log­i­cal point of view, it is ide­al. But, as they say, there is no lim­it to per­fec­tion.

Weight loss diets involve lim­it­ing cer­tain foods that can be sources of impor­tant micronu­tri­ents, vit­a­mins, and pro­teins. In their absence, the body goes into ener­gy sav­ing mode. An insuf­fi­cient amount of sug­ar, pro­teins in the diet, due to diet­ing, caus­es a break­down, con­stant irri­tabil­i­ty and mood swings. There is a con­stant desire to just fall and fall asleep, and not wake up for a long time.


The sta­tis­tics on ane­mia are relent­less and some­times fright­en­ing. Accord­ing to var­i­ous sources, about 40% of women suf­fer from iron defi­cien­cy ane­mia, 15% of whom need treat­ment. Among women in posi­tion, this con­di­tion is record­ed in every third woman. Even phys­i­o­log­i­cal­ly, women are pre­dis­posed to this con­di­tion.

Drowsi­ness and weak­ness are typ­i­cal symp­toms of ane­mia. Along with weak­ness, patients com­plain of heart pal­pi­ta­tions, short­ness of breath, prob­lems with the skin, hair and nails.


Depres­sion is also one of the caus­es of sleepi­ness dur­ing the day. Con­trary to pop­u­lar belief, depres­sion is not always man­i­fest­ed by the desire to hide under the cov­ers, watch the rain, watch a tear­ful movie or read rel­e­vant lit­er­a­ture and cry, cry, cry.

In many patients, the symp­toms of depres­sion are man­i­fest­ed by drowsi­ness, weak­ness, loss of appetite, dis­trac­tion and lack of con­cen­tra­tion. Pan­ic attacks and apa­thy are also char­ac­ter­is­tic of depres­sion.

Diseases of the endocrine system

Diseases of the endocrine system

Hypothy­roidism is a decrease in thy­roid func­tion. At the same time, metab­o­lism slows down through­out the body. Patients feel a desire to climb into the den and hiber­nate. Only a qual­i­fied spe­cial­ist can diag­nose dis­or­ders of the thy­roid gland after exam­i­na­tion, ques­tion­ing and some tests.

It is nec­es­sary to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist if you expe­ri­ence weak­ness, drowsi­ness, gain­ing extra pounds and a ten­den­cy to sud­den mood swings.


Dehy­dra­tion dis­turbs the elec­trolyte bal­ance, and this caus­es drowsi­ness. In order for dehy­dra­tion to form, it is not at all nec­es­sary to walk for sev­er­al days in the desert. Exces­sive phys­i­cal activ­i­ty can pro­voke dehy­dra­tion, espe­cial­ly when girls begin to pre­pare for the beach sea­son in a few weeks. The cause of dehy­dra­tion can be alco­hol abuse, cof­fee, diar­rhea and vom­it­ing, tak­ing cer­tain med­ica­tions. One of the caus­es of dehy­dra­tion is dia­betes.

There are quite a few rea­sons for weak­ness and drowsi­ness, and many of them accom­pa­ny us con­stant­ly — snor­ing, an inac­tive, lit­er­al­ly reclu­sive lifestyle, some­times these are ill­ness­es. If such symp­toms are con­stant­ly present, then a spe­cial­ist con­sul­ta­tion is nec­es­sary, because all this can be a man­i­fes­ta­tion of the dis­ease.


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