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How To Manage Fatigue

Build In Rest Periods

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A rest break helps you get through the day, 

  • Schedule rest breaks into your daily routine for recovery periods from activity. For example, when you plan an activity, leave time for a rest period afterward. 
  • Consider taking a ten minute rest break every hour.
  • Rest BEFORE you feel fatigued.

Shorter rest periods are reported to be better than one long one.

It is also reported to help if you set regular times to nap so the body becomes used to a routine.

If you are particularly fatigued just after a treatment, schedule it for the afternoon so you can do work in the morning.

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