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7 Reasons You Feel Constantly Exhausted, According to Doctors

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You don’t exercise enough

Well, exercise can have a great impact on your mood and health. Exercise can increase your energy levels, help you get good sleep, make you happier and increase your confidence. When you are active, your body releases serotonin – also known as the hormone of happiness and well-being – and can improve almost all your vital body functions. 

“When you exercise regularly, this enhances blood flow through the body and helps to efficiently transport oxygen and nutrients to your muscle tissue,” said Sassos. “In turn, this boosts energy and can reduce your fatigue levels over time.”

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