Fatigue can cause and contribute to many anxiety symptoms, including:
- Body aches and pain
- Difficulty thinking, confusion
- Dizziness, light headedness, feeling woozy
- Foggy head
- Joint pain
- Memory loss
- Muscle twitching
- Muscle weakness
- Orthostatic intolerance (going from lying or seated to standing positions makes you lightheaded, dizzy, or faint)
- Overall weakness
- Ringing in the ears
- Sensitivity to light
- Shakiness, tremors
- Shortness of breath
- Sore throat
To name a few.
Ensuring you get sufficient rest can prevent fatigue and its many symptoms.
Regular deep relaxation, getting good sleep, and managing your stress can all help in preventing fatigue.
If you are having trouble relaxing or getting into a deep relaxed state, you might try a deep relaxation guided audio track to help you. Many people find them relaxing and helpful in attaining a deep relaxed state.
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