Feeling tired no matter how much rest you get? These behaviors you probably do every day could be to blame.
Know when to stop--pull over and get some rest. If it's not safe to do so, call a friend, family member or a transportation
Traveling has been self-reassuring until now. Last time, I actually felt I needed to have someone next to me with whom actually share the experience. I never felt I needed that.
3. Setting up a routine for when homework is done teaches organization. This may be when the child first comes home from
Chaos seems to reign inside and outside our home, and at times inside and outside our body. And that creates a turbulent energy which I believe is impossible to sustain long term.
Love yourself enough to give "YOU" the reward of a staycation. You deserve a "break today." Refueling is a necessary part
Hint: They take sleep seriously. 😴
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I understand how easy it is to have these symptoms creep up on us so slowly, that we don't even realize it, and before we know it, we are now faced with a new reality. So I encourage everyone, men and women, if this sounds anything like what you are going through, please take action today and book an appointment with your family doctor.
I know that the idea of taking better care of yourself may seem ludicrous when you feel like you can't keep up already. But it truly is the only way to be more effective, make better decisions about what you will and won't do, and to not constantly feel like you're suffering from battle fatigue.
The truth is that this easily could have been me in her spot. This week, I've worked 14-hour days, fallen asleep on the couch
I have now classified my life into two categories. I know you're thinking "before being married" and "after being divorced." Those two could be spot-on for some single moms, but I'm in grad school. So my life can now be categorized into "pre-grad school" and "during grad school."
Here's what you need to know about one of the most dangerous consequences of sleep deprivation.
Sleep is the thing that we sacrifice for our real priorities, like research papers and 4am McDonald's runs. No one comes into college, steps one foot on the university seal, and proclaims, "I really want to catch up on sleep!"