How can I stop constant fatigue?
The best way to stop constant fatigue is to eliminate the stress that is causing it. Our bodies are built to withstand a certain amount of strain and stress, but there are some major causes of stress which can easily lead to stress-related illnesses such as Adrenal Fatigue.
Fatigue and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
If you are going through a major stressful situation such as divorce, a severe illness, serious financial problems, or unemployment, there are some positive things that you can do to stop Chronic Fatigue from taking hold. First of all, face up squarely to your difficulties and, if possible, get professional help and advice. This is a great way to deal with the vague fears that plague you and keep you awake at night. Hopefully, there will also be family and friends in your life to give you strong support during this difficult time. Make sure that they know that their support means a lot to you. Don’t give way to feelings of being a nuisance or a burden but take up their practical offers of help. Friends and family are often not only willing but also anxious to give practical support when someone they care about is in trouble, and most people love to feel that they are being of use in a difficult situation. This will be a great aid to easing the stress you are experiencing and will guard against Constant Fatigue and fatigue-related illnesses.
If you have a job, the support and friendship of your colleagues will be invaluable in helping to alleviate stress. However, if you are at home, you need to take practical steps to prevent your mind from constantly dwelling on your problems. The best plan is to have a daily agenda – allotting so much time for a walk or a visit to a friend, so much time for housework, (with the radio on to take your mind off yourself), and so much time for a relaxing hobby that you enjoy, or to watch a favorite movie. Being disciplined about this will be a tremendous help in keeping depression and fears at bay, thus helping to stop Chronic Fatigue from setting in.
Finally, the very best help you can give yourself is to get to know God -- a loving Friend and Father who has comfort for your troubles. Obtain a Bible and read a little from the book of John each day. Investigate your local Christian bookstore for books by others who have been through your situation. These will build you up and also teach you more about the wonderful results of trusting in God. “Now glory be to God! By his mighty power at work within us, he is able to accomplish infinitely more than we would ever dare to ask or hope” (Ephesians 3:20).
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