“Tired” is a nebulous word that covers a broad spectrum of levels of fatigue. A crucial distinction, however, is between regular fatigue and illness-related fatigue.  

A common refrain during the COVID-19 pandemic is “I’m so tired.” Between concerns about health, finances, and isolation, everyone is feeling some level of additional stress during this unusual time, and that’s tiring. We all could use a good, long nap — or better yet, a vacation. But while a break would be nice, most people — except those who are actually sick with COVID-19 or other illnesses — can push through their fatigue, precisely because they aren’t sick. 

Are you tired or sick? Read more:

https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/illness-related-fatigue-more-than-just-feeling-tired-2020102121102?utm_source=delivra&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=BF20201026-BoostingEnergy&utm_id=2534429&dlv-emuid=c5150330-8f56-4ab6-bef2-13e3caeb510c&dlv-mlid=2534429

 

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