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Rayne2884

787d

How do you deal with the fatigue?

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    • OpheliaEzme

      786d

      I found increasing magnesium, b vitamins, d3 and K2, and calcium have helped me with fatigue and pain. But when I lost 40lbs it started to make me sick to have that much magnesium. I had to cut back a little. But if you're doctor is open to supplements maybe increase them one at a time for a week before increasing another one. I had to take a huge amount before I started feeling well enough to exercise. My only problem with it right now is i feel like I'm dependent on them. If i go a whole weekend without them i feel like i got hit by a bus forthe next two weeks. I hate that part.

    • katerikat

      786d

      i take modafinil (a stimulant)

    • OpheliaEzme

      786d

      I found increasing magnesium, b vitamins, d3 and K2, and calcium have helped me with fatigue and pain. But when I lost 40lbs it started to make me sick to have that much magnesium. I had to cut back a little. But if you're doctor is open to supplements maybe increase them one at a time for a week before increasing another one. I had to take a huge amount before I started feeling well enough to exercise. My only problem with it right now is i feel like I'm dependent on them. If i go a whole weekend without them i feel like i got hit by a bus forthe next two weeks. I hate that part.

    • MaxIsWack2

      786d

      I schedule out my day based on how much energy I have and what I may need to get done tomorrow so I don't overwork myself.

    • nerdyophelia

      786d

      Honestly I'm still trying to figure out things like my limits and not ignoring when everything is telling me that I need to stop or slow down. I hurt myself more often than not even now because I still try and push past what my energy levels and pain levels can handle. But I've been working on it.

    • Xina

      787d

      Still trying to figure it out, if I fight it, it just gets worse. Smh

    • LadyBlkny

      787d

      Pace yourself.

    • Unherd

      787d

      Relax and rest

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