Depression. Period.<br />
Only others that I can think of.
There is chronich fatigue syndrome which is caused by a number of things. It could be lack in not so much quantity, but quality of sleep, depression, poor diet, anxiety, caffine that didn't run it's course, etc. There are just to many to name!
CFS It is diagnosed by exclusion, luckily there are meds that help. Do consult with your doctor.
could be toxins you are eating, drinking or breathing
There's about a million possibilities. I don't have time to list them all just now.<br />
There's also some new ones that haven't been discovered yet.
Could be fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome. But there are lots of other conditions that can present with fatigue so go see your Dr. and have some blood tests run.<br />
It could also be a side effect from medication, have you started any new prescriptions lately?
Could it be you just need someone to lift you out of your head space? Worked for me once ...
Let's hope it's not ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease)
Several different blood tests can tell. Or depression maybe, Seasonal disorder that people get in the winter time due to less hours of daylight? Sleep disorders such as sleep apnea where your body doesn't get enough sleep, or narcolepsy? Geez, there's many things that can make you that way! Go see a physician that specializes in sleep disorders.
Lack of sleep? Have you been doing things non<x>stop for the past couple of days, supported by only adrenaline and caffeine?