7 Possible Reasons Why Women Are More Tired Than Men

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at 20-04-2013 06:13PM (6 years ago)

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«§» 20 April 2013

It probably doesn’t come as a shock, but women are more likely than men to be super tired.

A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey released on April 12th indicated that 15 percent of women compared to 10 percent men reported feeling “very tired or exhausted.” And that gap widens when you look at men and women between the ages of 18 and 44 (only 9 percent of men vs. 16 percent of women).



Here are seven (not totally scientific) reasons we think this may be the case:


1. You might be doubling up on the work you do. Although we’ve made strides toward a more equitable division of labor, women still tend to do more hours of housework and child-rearing than men do. So women who work outside of the house as well essentially have two jobs.

2. You have too many weeknight plans. Women are overwhelmingly guilty of trying to be everything to everyone. We often expend all of our energy trying to meet every social obligation. It’s probably time to stop doing that.

3. You’re probably chronically stressed out. There’s nothing like a stress-filled week to seriously deplete all of your energy.

4. Babies! According to NPR, 25 is still the average age of first birth. This might contribute to the larger exhaustion gap we see between men and women in the 18-44 range. Raising small children is pretty damn exhausting.

5. You can’t shut off your thoughts. Women may have a harder time letting go of things that happened during that day when it’s time to go to sleep.

6. You might be dealing with greater financial burdens than the dudes around you. Seeing as almost all women in the U.S. are working in jobs which typically pay men more, it wouldn’t be surprising if some women feel dead on their feet from trying to make ends meet.

7. If you’re depressed, that can impact your sleep. Women are more likely than men to suffer from depression and depressed people are four times as likely to be tired.


Culled out from The Huffington Post



HOPEA23 at 21-04-2013 12:39AM (6 years ago)
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True

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deboalabi262 at 21-04-2013 12:49AM (6 years ago)
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Passing with ease.... Huh?

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donfesla at 21-04-2013 01:23AM (6 years ago)
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I hear
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klein04 at 21-04-2013 02:40AM (6 years ago)
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98.99% why women are Tired or Depress is because they don't have a Boyfriend or Man in their Lives.... Ask them, they know but always Pretending..
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ezchusa at 21-04-2013 04:15AM (6 years ago)
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Shegzan at 21-04-2013 05:36AM (6 years ago)
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dickman2 at 21-04-2013 05:59AM (6 years ago)
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Quote from: ajanni on 20-04-2013 11:19PM
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Biafranwar at 21-04-2013 06:07AM (6 years ago)
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Quote from: klein04 on 21-04-2013 02:40AM
98.99% why women are Tired or Depress is because they don't have a Boyfriend or Man in their Lives.... Ask them, they know but always Pretending..
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paulohking at 21-04-2013 07:14AM (6 years ago)
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osamabinladin at 21-04-2013 07:56AM (6 years ago)
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ajanni at 21-04-2013 08:01AM (6 years ago)
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Quote from: dickman2 on 21-04-2013 05:59AM
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vantheo at 21-04-2013 08:27AM (6 years ago)
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Jecon at 21-04-2013 01:12PM (6 years ago)
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All is not true, women don't have greater financial burden than men.
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micc at 21-04-2013 02:26PM (6 years ago)
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Ok
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rubben2010 at 21-04-2013 03:25PM (6 years ago)
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Blaaaaack girls  Huh? Huh? ................
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osarobo62 at 21-04-2013 03:31PM (6 years ago)
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most of their husbands are over-weight Cheesy
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ray1234 at 21-04-2013 03:48PM (6 years ago)
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I see
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etibaba at 21-04-2013 04:06PM (6 years ago)
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Noted.

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Ifemylove at 21-04-2013 04:34PM (6 years ago)
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