Honestly? I am always tired. The earlier I get to sleep the more I wake up during the night and the more difficult it is for me to fall asleep.
I've become accustomed to going to bed later just so I fall asleep easier and only feel partly tired the next day. If I go to sleep early I know I won't fall sleep till later and I will wake repeatedly. So I'm used to being a walking zombie.
I almost never feel refreshed after sleep. I can't recall a day where I've felt I've had enough sleep, no matter how much or how little I get.
I'll ask your question to my nutritionist as I'd like to know that myself. My immediate impression would be that the activation of TH1 and TH2 subsets is likely caused by overactivity of the immune system not suppression. I think there is some difference between an inappropriate immune response to non-pathological antigens and the suppression of defensive cells in the body. If a person does not have lyme but has th2 driven conditions you always have to factor in environmental considerations like the lack of microbial challenge, dietary change that upset the microbial balance in the gut.