Monday, May 12, 2014
Take A Time Out
May 12th is always the day set aside to bring awareness to Fatigue Syndrome Day. I think it quite ironic this year to be the day following mothers day. We all know the hard work that mothers do and I am sure that more than one mother has had a day or two of fatigue. So mothers can quite feel the pain that goes with the syndrome of Fatigue.
Whether you are tired from not getting enough sleep, stress, worry or other problems in your life. Whatever the issue it is important to ID the problem and correct it. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is actually a disorder. if you always feel tired or fatigued you should talk to your doctor.
Activities you may think about doing today is to get some more rest. Go right back to bed, take a nap, take a vacation day from work, cancel any activities you have planned for today, or simply enjoy the day in a restful manner..