A lot of times we feel tired, but have had adequate sleep: that fatigue we experience is nervous fatigue.
It is not a muscular fatigue but just a sense of being tired. A nervous fatigue is not remedied by more rest if sleep was of average quality.
The one thing you have complete control of is your muscles. To alleviate nervous fatigue, you walk on, fatigue or no fatigue.
You can also force your muscles to walk even when you feel exhausted.
Your muscles can be commanded to move. In the morning your hands and feet work, your legs work, and when you continually depend upon the muscles of your body to move, despite nervous exhaustion, you can alleviate that feeling of fatigue.
Only an authority can diagnosis if your fatigue is due to an illness. If you have no diagnosed condition that would cause fatigue, then you can conquer that symptom by merely moving your muscles.
Conquering nervous fatigue by commanding your muscles to work takes practice, but is well worth the effort.
Even if your brain says "no," your muscles can take over.
Dr. Claire Weekes: "Energy begets energy."
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