hi folks, im finding that pacing myself when doing stuff is helping me at the mo, like ive got back into walking at a faster pace, a little bit of yoga in the mornings, sit ups, 5 mins on excersise bike & swimming every other weekend 2 get over the muscle fatigue that i have been experiencing since last year, as long as i remember 2 sit down for 10- 30 mins in between doing all these things including house work, playing with my daughter, cooking & washing so far so good, but i dont want 2 speak too soon just in case i fall back into the fatigue, of course the excersise has 2 build up gradually there is no good going straight into something & doing too much too fast in one go & not having little rests in between, it just doesnt work like that, if i do start 2 feel tired in the day i dont sit down 4 too long i fight it & pull myself out of the chair, it can be so tempting 2 just stay in the chair but i know that it could become a habit, u just have 2 watch yourself, listen 2 your body, do a little bit each day, im sure most of u already know this but id thought id just let u know that it can work
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