7 Tips to Manage Your Fatigue

5. Try to get some exercise

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Patients often find themselves in a Catch 22 situation where they don’t exercise because they feel fatigued. But it’s important to keep in mind that this is a vicious cycle. Too little activity can make fatigue worse, try starting with simple exercises, such as taking a short walk instead of lying down when you feel tired to see if it helps.

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3 comments

  1. Penny says:

    Your tips are very helpful, however, I do not like the format of the website. I usually stop reading before the end because the content is not exposed; the constant clicking to see the next bit of information is quite annoying.

    • Tim Bossie says:

      Hi Penny. This is something that we are addressing and will be making some changes on soon. Sorry for the constant clicking on pages.

  2. Patricia says:

    I just finished typing, what I believe to be a quite informative and deeply questioning piece about seronegative autoimmune disease, why does it get so worse at night? Whats happening to me? I am considered a highly skilled, multiple certified RN. I wont even mention how this brain fog yet clear memory is making me think I’m losing my mind. The physicians are so restricted time wise & other. My friends and family don’t understand. I have researched the associated symptoms with genetic markers that have been clearly identified and connected to my symptoms, yet few of even the best here are aware of the genetic association. WHAT DO I DO?!!

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