Why You’re So Tired After Work and What to Do About It


Do you ever feel drained and tired after work? Like all you want to do is go home and sleep for hours on end? If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Millions of people feel tired after work, and for a lot of folks, it’s because their jobs are draining them physically and mentally. In this article, we’ll explore the reasons why people feel so tired after work, and we’ll also offer some suggestions on how to combat that fatigue.

So why are you so tired after work? Let’s take a look at some of the most common reasons

What could the reasons be? Let’s see about possible root causes.

You’re not getting enough sleep

This one seems obvious, but it’s worth mentioning. If you’re not getting enough sleep, you’re going to be tired during the day. Most people need around eight hours of sleep per night, so if you’re only getting six or seven, that could be part of the reason you’re feeling so exhausted.

You have a physically demanding job

If your job requires you to be on your feet all day or to lift heavy objects, it’s no wonder you’re tired at the end of the day. Physical labor is exhausting, and even if you love your job, it can still take a toll on your body.

You’re not taking breaks

It’s important to take breaks during the day, even if you don’t feel like you need them. Sitting at a desk all day can be mentally draining, so getting up and moving around for a few minutes can help refresh your mind and give you the energy you need to power through the rest of the day.

You’re not eating healthy

What you eat during the day can have a big impact on how you feel. If you’re eating lots of processed foods or sugary snacks, you’re going to crash later on. But if you’re eating healthy, balanced meals, you’ll have more energy to get through the day.

What to do about it

Now that we’ve looked at some of the reasons why you might be feeling tired after work, let’s talk about what you can do to combat that fatigue. Here are a few suggestions.

Get enough sleep

This one is key. Make sure you’re getting at least eight hours of sleep per night, and if you can, aim for nine or ten. Your body will thank you.


Exercise is a great way to combat fatigue. It might seem counterintuitive to work out when you’re already tired but trust us. It’ll help. A moderate amount of exercise will give you more energy, not less.

Take breaks

As we mentioned before, it’s important to take breaks during the day. Get up and walk around for a few minutes every hour or so. And make sure you’re taking your vacation days! Everyone needs a break from work now and then.

Eat healthily

Eating healthy foods will give you sustained energy throughout the day. So make sure you’re eating plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. And cut back on processed foods and sugary snacks.

If you’re feeling tired after work, don’t despair. There are things you can do to combat that fatigue. Just remember to get enough sleep, exercise, take breaks, and eat healthily. With a little effort, you’ll be feeling energetic and refreshed in no time.

Some final thoughts

Don’t feel bad for being tired. Don’t be hard on yourself. If you’re working and stressing about things the whole day, it’s natural to be tired in the evening. Of course, everybody wants to feel full of energy as much as possible, but feeling tired isn’t a new thing. Since we humans exist, we work, and later we feel tired. Even animals need to rest and sleep after they have been active. This is biology. The points I mentioned above are some ideas to try to feel better, but please don’t get frustrated even if you stay tired.

I know we all would love to have some more spare time after work and some quality hours before going to sleep and getting back to work just to feel more alive, but we can only try to work towards that goal. As long as we work, our body will give us a sort of response to driving us to bed. That’s really okay, and you should never feel bad about being tired after work. Hustle is hustle, and sleep is sleep.

YouTube: Here’s How To Stop Feeling Exhausted After Work Every Day (Brad Stulberg)

Photo credit: The feature image has been done by Diego Cervo.

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Christopher Isak
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Hi there and thanks for reading my article! I'm Chris the founder of TechAcute. I write about technology news and share experiences from my life in the enterprise world. Drop by on Twitter and say 'hi' sometime. ;)
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