I felt similar once I turned 30. I always felt tired and working out become harder, probably because I had less energy. I went to the doctor and found out that I had a vitamin B12 deficiency. Now I take 1000mcg of B12 as well as a multivitamin and I feel a million times better. You should see your doctor to find out if you have a vitamin deficiency that may be causing this. Good luck!
current weight: 156.6
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I am anemic and vit. D deficient. On supplements, but trying to get as much as I can through proper diet. I am also deficient in potassium. My doctor is having blood work to check A1c, thyroid and possible other issues that may be causing my blood pressure to stay elevated.
Im anemic and on iron supplements, my dr also just told me that im viatmin d deficient, so she has me taking 5000mg twice a day for 2 months and then down to 5000mg once a day. So far I feel I have more energy and not tired midday like I used to be.
"The good things donít always soften the bad things ó but vice versa ó the bad things donít necessarily spoil the good things or make them unimportant." Doctor Who Series 5: Vincent and the Doctor SW: 232 CW: 203.2 LGW: 150
current weight: 211.0
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I agree with you COXBETH! I was feeling so tired (at times) that my doctor recently did more extensive bloodwork at my annual physical in January. After reading on-line, I wondered if I was hypothyroid. As it turns out, my thyroid is fine, but I am anemic. I also was Vit. D deficient. Now I'm taking supplements and feeling better and more energetic. If feeling more lethargic, you're right, it's good to speak with your doctor. It could help you tremendously.
Edited by: ASHLEYGILLE at: 2/17/2013 (04:47)
Goal: 110 pounds +/- 2 pounds
current weight: 1.3 over
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I know it's harder now that I'm older (and I'm not that much older - 33), but I also know that it really helps to check in with your doc if you are feeling unusual levels of fatigue. Sometimes iron or thyroid or a whole host of other things can make your fatigue worse than it needs to be. Might want to get it check out, just as a precaution.
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Jessica, just remember to stay healthy. Although I'm not at my ideal weight (I'd love to lose 20 pounds), my doctor says that I am super healthy. I think the key is really to maintain a good balance in life as a whole.
Ashley, you are SOOO right! I'll be 43 in three short months. This is the hardest I've EVER had to work to take weight off. But I now find myself at the gym 4-5 times per week and increasing my workout durations each week. It's starting to pay off.
Pounds lost: 14.2
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Yes, and it only gets more difficult as you get older, especially after 40. It's great that you're taking control now while you're still young! :) You'll figure things out, lose weight, and look and feel great!! It may just take a little longer...
Hello! I feel like since i turned 26 I just cant eat and excersize like i used to. Meaning, I feel like i used to have a good handle on eating a certain amount of calories and being able to excersize a certain amount at i could lose weight. Now it seems like i have to work twice as hard to see any results. And im tired a lot too. Anyone in the same boat or have experienced this?
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