Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tiredness"

Synonyms of "Tiredness" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между tiredness и fatigue ?
A: To be honest, there is not much of a difference. Tiredness simply means you feel tired, usually at the end of the day or after doing a certain activity, and you can sleep it away.

Fatigue is when you’re so tired, you have no energy and no strength to do anything fun or exciting. This can last a day but also continue longer.

You can say

“I feel fatigued.” But you can’t say “I feel tiredness.” As it would not make sense. You would instead say “I feel tired.”
Q: В чем разница между tiredness is horrible и the tiredness is horrible ?
A: the first one is a general feeling about being tired (universal....)
the second one is awkward, but would refer to something specific that's making you tired

better to say: "______ is making me SO tired. It's horrible."
Q: В чем разница между tiredness и fatigue ?
A: Anybody can feel 'tired/sleepy' at any time, but generally when someone says 'fatigue' they are referring to their body that is tired from strain or exertion.

Translations of "Tiredness"

Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? I slept because of tiredness because morning to night I am working hard
Is this sentence correct?
A: I
Thank you , I would like to know this too
Is this usage "slept because of tiredness" is correct and sound natural else how do you say it more naturally
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? I don’t know if it’s because of tiredness, my left eyelid is twitching.,,(is this sentence correct?)
A: I don't know if it's because I'm tired, but my left eye is twitching.

or

I don't know if it's because of exhaustion, but my left eye is twitching.

These would sound more natural
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? tiredness
A: Fatigue. Exhaustion. Burned out

Other questions about "Tiredness"

Q: We often think of tiredness as a physical state, which is true, but tiredness is actually an emotional state as much as it is a physical state. There might be things that you are doing in your life that you didn’t know are contributing to your tiredness. For example, is your environment clean? Cluttered environment has long been known to contribute to emotional tiredness. Are you engaging in any relationships with people who are emotionally draining? What does your self-talk sound like? Do you talk to yourself in a positive way? These are things that are often overlooked when addressing tiredness, but in my opinion, they are as equally important to reducing tiredness as getting more sleep, for example. So if you’ve been struggling with chronic tiredness or fatigue, make sure you’re addressing the mental aspects as well as the physical aspects. это звучит нормально?
A: × There might be things that you are doing in your life that you didn’t know are contributing to your tiredness.
✓ There might be things that you are doing in your life that you don’t know are contributing to your tiredness.

× For example, is your environment clean?
✓ For example, is the environment you are in clean?

× These are things that are often overlooked when addressing tiredness, but in my opinion, they are as equally important to reducing tiredness as getting more sleep, for example.
✓ These are things that are often overlooked when addressing tiredness, but in my opinion, they are equally as important to reducing tiredness as getting more sleep, for example.

Great English, it’s really close!

When your are using present tense verbs in a sentence, keep it that way. “Are” is present tense. “Didn’t” is past tense. So just change didn’t to “don’t” in order to make it present tense and you’re good.

When you say “your environment”, while it is technically correct, it makes that you are in possession of that environment. If you mean to say the environment that someone lives in, say that instead to make it more clear.

Always use “equally as important” because you are saying that one thing is important to another. Saying something is as important as another means they are both equally important. Saying something is as equally important as something else is redundancy, or unnecessary repetition. You could also say “_____ and _____ are equally important.”
Q: I have fully recovered from tiredness! Avoiding a social media last night made me a good sleep. I seem to have to alter the time for study from night to morning as not wake my daughter. это звучит нормально?
A: × I have fully recovered from tiredness!
✓ I feel so refreshed!

× Avoiding a social media last night made me a good sleep.
✓ Avoiding a social media last night helped me sleep well.

× I seem to have to alter the time for study from night to morning as not wake my daughter.
✓ I seem to have shifted my study time from night to morning so I don’t wake my daughter.

Q: I have fully recovered from tiredness! Avoiding a social media last night made me a good sleep. I seem to have to alter the time for study from night to morning as not wake my daughter. это звучит нормально?
A: × I have fully recovered from tiredness!
✓ I have fully recovered from fatigue!

× Avoiding a social media last night made me a good sleep.
✓ Avoiding social media last night made me sleep well.

× I seem to have to alter the time for study from night to morning as not wake my daughter.
✓ It seems I have to alter my study time from night to morning to not wake my daughter.

Q: I can’t remove this tiredness just only two days off. I need a whole week. это звучит нормально?
A: i think its good to say, people will easily understand.
Q: You are faster getting rid of your tiredness than me, because you are young. - Does this make sense?
A: "You are faster at recovering from being tired than I am, because you're young."

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