Chronically Exhausted

Jun

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Chronically Exhausted

Not to sound like such a Whining Winnie, but maaaaan, I’m tired.

I’m exhausted all the time. I’m exhausted from not exercising because I’m too tired to exercise. I’m tired when I wake up in the morning because I’ve had a shitty sleep even if my daughter slept through the night. I’m tired during her naptime so I also take a nap, but after 20 minutes, I’m still too sleepy to haul my ass off the couch.

I have 2 blogging e-courses that I try to do but my eyes glass over two or three sentences in. I’m too exhausted to care that I’m behind.

I’m exhausted to write even though I get anxious that I’m neglecting the blog. My head is just too hazy to come up with great posts.

I feel like there isn’t enough time to do everything that needs to be done because I lack the energy to finish it all.
Vitamin B12 doesn’t seem to be helping. And no, I’m not pregnant. No, thank you.

What do you do to keep your energy up?

4 thoughts on “Chronically Exhausted

  1. Aggs – You should have your Thyroid checked. I had a similar situation and started taking a Thyroid supplement and noticed amazing changes.

  2. I feel you. For me it took resetting my sleep by using anti-anxiety meds at night. Not for everyone, but when I got to that desperately exhausted place I knew it was time. Not to say that everything is sunshine now, but getting quality rest at night has been huge.
    Also worth thinking about- adrenal support. I’ve used this with success- http://www.amazon.com/Vitanica-Adrenal-Assist-Capsules-90-Count/dp/B0058HXQLU/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1434429884&sr=8-3&keywords=vitanica+adrenal+assist In fact, I really need to start taking that again. This is a list of potentially helpful blog posts about adrenals and more- http://avivaromm.com/tag/adrenal-fatigue

    1. Oh B, thank you! I’m switching my meds from day to night today and I’m gonna look into those links! I used to take them at night but I was wondering if I was sleeping the benefits of it at night but I have noticed an increase in fatigue (more than usual) since I moved it to morning. Hopefully this would make a difference. Thank you!!! xo

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Hello! I’m Aggie; I make photographs.I loved the idea of capturing a snippet in time and elevating it into more than just an instant.