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How to get energy back for things??
Seriously, anything at this point would help.
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Sleep and rest

Then treat yourself watch a movie with not chocolate and rest your mind
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Sleep and rest

Then treat yourself watch a movie with not chocolate and rest your mind
Usually does the trick. Not been working lately.
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Tbh I give up trying to feel undrained. I'm wholly drained out.
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treat yourself
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Go to the gym, go for a walk
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treat yourself
Can't find anything to treat myself to

(Original post by Wooord)
Go to the gym, go for a walk
Been for walks too
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(Original post by SoulfulTwist)
Can't find anything to treat myself to
MAYBE go shopping, get a massage, dye ur hair, get married or just do summn exciting. there has to be something u can treat urself with
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Few weeks ago i was feeling drained constantly, no matter how much i sleep i always felt tired. I just changed my eating habits as i realised i increased my intake in oily food. Gradually my tiredness disappeared as i started to eat healthy food again and decrease the fatty food i was consuming.
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What do you enjoy doing?
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Something that may seem odd is going to the gym. Initially you may think "how am I going to go without the energy", but once you start going you'll flood your body with healthy endorphins that gives you energy.

Sleep well, rest well, monitor your diet. If you're eating a lot of carbs or drinking energy drinks, you may be crashing from the amount you're indulging in. Make sure you eat something healthy with your meals, or as a snack, that may help stir some energy up inside of you.

Make sure you're active at some point throughout the day, splash some cold water on your face, have a cold shower. These are all things that wake me up and get my brain ticking.

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If it continues, might be worth just asking for a blood test to check that you are not anaemic? Low iron lvels can leave you constantly fatigued - eat lots of nice greens/liver/Guinness (or take iron supplements wiht orange juice) if you are.
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(Original post by SoulfulTwist)
How to get energy back for things??
Seriously, anything at this point would help.
Stop. Everything.

We all have lots of stuff in life and a lot fo it can be cut down.

If you are still in education and have a job as well quit the job. if you pile extra things on like clubs or things like epq stop and quit.

If you dont want to do this. Prioritse. Do the tasks as fast as possible then stop. If you keep feeling drained see a doctor or a therapist because people's personal advice and opinions can only help so much.

Hope you feel better soon
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If that continues for 2 weeks along with accompany feelings of numbness, difficulty sleeping or sleeping too much for you, eating more/less than is normal for you, trouble concentrating, feelings of worthlessness, irritability and restlessness then I think you should do a online depression test and if your score is high then you should go to your gp and talk to them about it.
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Exercise
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Improve your nutrition/diet
Getting enough exercise
Sleeping adequately
Setting goals and rewarding yourself
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(Original post by SoulfulTwist)
Tbh I give up trying to feel undrained. I'm wholly drained out.
:slap: Giving up isn't allowed :naughty:

Questions:

How have you been eating?
How have you been sleeping?
Have you been doing things to keep your mind off things?

I suspect one (or more) of those questions could lead to the solution :hmmmm:

And dw - where there's a will, there's a way - but we need that will! :yes: :console:
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Low iron?
Go to your GP to get easy answers
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Drugs?
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Improve your nutrition/diet
Big one that should be focused on. What's a typical day of eating for you, OP?
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