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You’ve just looked at your calendar and between demands at work and home, you’ve got a pretty hectic schedule to navigate. Whether you’re working from home or finding your way into the office, chaotic lives can potentially lead to stress, difficulty sleeping, and many people find themselves fatigued during the workday.
Fatigue has several symptoms including moodiness, drowsiness, loss of energy, and lack of concentration and motivation. And of course, none of these are ideal qualities to be recognized for at your job. Fatigue not only can make you appear less personal and efficient at work but it can also pose a serious safety risk if you work in a hazardous position. Plus, long term fatigue can impact your emotional and psychological well-being. It’s important to be aware of your fatigue and, if needed, bring it to the attention of your doctor.
To combat fatigue and cope with lifestyle factors, here are a few tips.
Short bursts of energy can come from a variety of sources:
Take an opportunity to fight fatigue long term by incorporating these healthy lifestyle changes:
Generally, fatigue is caused by poor or insufficient quantity of sleep. To help improve this area of your health, aim for 7 to 8 hours per night, even if this means rearranging your schedule.
Disclaimer: Fatigue can be linked to an underlying medical issue, psychological condition, or sleep disorders. Consider seeing your physician to check to see if this applies to you, especially if this information does not relieve your fatigue.
This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.