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May 16, 2022 |  New Blog Post!

5 Simple Hacks to Manage Chronic Fatigue

Managing chronic fatigue in a busy world is nearly impossible. This is especially true when you’re managing a chronic illness. However, despite the challenges that chronic fatigue brings, there are things you can do to manage your time and get things done. Primarily learning how to identify triggers and make lifestyle modifications are integral tools for managing chronic fatigue.

The trick to managing chronic fatigue is to address what’s causing it in the first place. Two primary triggers contribute to issues with chronic fatigue. The first is having a hormonal imbalance. When you have too many or too few essential hormones, it messes with your energy levels. Thus causing you to feel tired and depleted. Read Article

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Self-Care for Chronic Illness

 
What exactly is self-care? In a nutshell, self-care is the act of taking care of oneself. Contrary to gorgeous Instagram pictures, the act of self-care can manifest itself in a variety of actions. For example, spending time brushing your teeth in the morning and in the evening is self-care. Likewise, washing your hair, taking a shower, and washing your hands before eating. All of these simple daily activities are all about self-care.

The Power of Routine

 
Two of the most common types of routines that a person will heavily rely on to get through their day are having an energizing morning routine and a relaxing evening routine. These two routines help you to shift into different roles and responsibilities throughout the day. For instance, having an energizing morning routine can help prepare you for a busy and tough workday, while having a relaxing evening routine can help you de-stress and prepare you for a restful night’s sleep
 

If your busy schedule isn’t allowing you to make it to the gym and you don’t want to abandon your workouts completely, transitioning to at home workouts might be a good option for you. Committing to 15-20 minute sessions a couple times of the week in the morning or in the afternoon whichever time works best with your schedule. These mini-sessions require little to no equipment. Some types of equipment you might want to purchase are resistance bands, dumbbells, ankle weights, blocks, a stability ball and a mat. Much of the equipment is pretty lightweight and portable so if you are traveling a lot you may find these quick workout sessions convenient. Types of workouts that you can adjust to fit within 15-20 minutes are circuit style workouts, HIIT workouts, pilates, and yoga.



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