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839d

At times I still feel like I am low on energy despite the meds I am on. what are some things that work for you to combat this?

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    • shadowmyth

      762d

      Antidepressants made me terribly lethargic, not sure if that’s what you meant by meds but they could be the cause.

    • shadowmyth

      762d

      Antidepressants made me terribly lethargic, not sure if that’s what you meant by meds but they could be the cause.

    • H0neybee

      830d

      Hmm I don’t know how to have a *ton* of energy when I feel low, but I know how to add a bit of “pep” if you know what I mean. I like to consume a bit of caffeine, I tend to drink a green tea with added caffeine in it. I find that opening the blinds of windows and letting natural light in helps too, especially if that window gets a lot of light in it. Turning on a show or movie that I really like helps too and so does moving around, like walking, chores, yoga, etc etc

    • OuchiePrincess

      838d

      Making sure I’m not getting too much or too little sleep and getting adequate sunlight! I think I’m actually a plant, but when I don’t see the sun at least for 5-15 min a day I get really depressed.

    • Lyndi

      838d

      exercise! 100%. when I am regularly exercising each week, there is a significant difference in my energy levels compared to when I am not!

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