Overcome Fatigue

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Do you know why you are tired?

Determine what is causing fatigue by asking yourself:

* do you sleep late and wake up early?
* do you eat right?
* are you depressed or sad?
* are you doing too much in one day?
* do you have too many things going on in your life? Too much stress?
If it is a matter of fixing your daily schedule/routine by having three healthy meals a day or sleeping earlier or exercising, then:

* try following a desired schedule for a week and see what results come from it.
* if you don't feel as tired, keep up with the schedule and begin adding one more change either per week or per month.
However, if things don't change, ask yourself when you feel most tired.
Are you generally happy, but just tired or are you sad as well?

* If it is sadness, talk to a friend or family member who you can trust and are close to. This will help you maybe see a different way of looking at things or give you ideas on how to become happy again.
* If it is depression, then you should talk to a professional who might be able to suggest some changes or give you medicine to help you.

* Change does not happen immediately.
* Take it slowly. Don't try to change too many things at the same time, or you risk discouraging yourself.
* Ask a friend to help you with your changes. Join a gym with a friend, do something active with others, join a club.
* Share your feelings with someone close to you or start writing in a diary.

* If making lifestyle changes, such as sleeping and eating better, does not work, see a doctor and tell him or her that you have trouble with fatigue. Various medical conditions can cause fatigue and tiredness, too.


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