Hi, Grace. From what I've been reading, honey, this is a very typical problem with teenagers. I've seen where mothers have written in blogs about it. Some have found their teens were going to bed, but waking up & texting late at night or talking on the phone, but others have said they've taken their teen to the doctor for tests. Most come out okay, but some are deficient in iron. Some have found that the stress at school causes it. But the consensus is most of the time it's a problem that is caused by your hormones. But almost everyone suggested that you take a multi-vitamin & that made a lot of teens feel better & gave them more energy. So, first, you might want to see a doctor & make sure you don't have an iron deficiency, & then if not, try taking a multi-vitamin, honey, & see if that helps. Boy, I remember it like it was yesterday. I'd sleep on the weekends for 12-14 hours a day. I hope you feel better soon.
Exercise gives you energy. If nothing else, start going for walks in your neighborhood. Also, make sure you are eating right: vegetables and protein and fruit gives you energy. Drink lots of water; not just soda or juice or something.
You might be be sleeping to much, I heard on a commercial (don't remember which one) a body in motion tends to stay in motion, in other words , when you get up in the morning, instead of sitting around to long, start moving around and doing things, try to find things to do and keep busy, maybe a multivitamin too. It may help.
You may be deficient in vitamins that your body needs to function at full capacity. Consider vitamin D3, hardly anyone produces enough by Solar or artificial UV exposure. You may need to consider taking supplements for it, which brings me to my next point: your diet. Figure out what vitamins and nutrients your food is giving you, if any, and consider making some alterations. My suggestion is dont drink carbonated or sugary drinks as you should get enough sugar through what you eat. But to find out for sure, you gotta start researching this kinda stuff to prevent further problems. All the best! PL
Start going to bed when you are tired, not when you get bored. Then, when you wake up, you can allow yourself to just rest for maybe five minutes tops, but then get up and start moving, Make your own breakfast full of healthy stuff (but also something yummy), and make sure to drink two glasses of water with your breakfast. It helps start your body's organs for the day. If you don't really like breakfast, try a smoothie! They're healthy and really delicious. You might think it will be hard to force yourself out of bed in the mornings, but once you do it, you are awake and ready to go.