By now you may have noticed you simply don’t have the same get-up-and-go like you once had in your youth. In fact, you’re probably yawning just reading this (it’s OK, I won’t take offense!)…

Lack of energy is something that seems to plague us all as we become busier with our lives. But there is a fine line between when low energy is a result of being busy, and when it’s a sign of something more serious.

Fatigue and lack of energy are oftentimes reported as symptoms of what later turns out to be a sobering health concern. If you’ve been noticing your energy has taken a nosedive of late, here are some illnesses it could be pointing to.
1. Diabetes
If you’ve been diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you may notice you’re feeling quite low in energy. There are numerous factors as to why people with diabetes feel tired all the time. For starters, when glucose levels are high, the body’s ability to get sugar from the blood to the cells to meet our energy demand fails, which causes fatigue. Another scenario is when glucose levels become too low, leading to low energy.

If you haven’t been diagnosed with diabetes and have noticed a change in your energy, see your doctor to check your glucose levels. And if you do have diabetes, make sure you’re taking the proper steps for regulating your blood sugar to maximize all-day energy.
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