Tips for Coping With Rheumatoid Arthritis Fatigue
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is known for making us feel tired very easily. Getting through the average day can be quite difficult sometimes, especially when in a flare.
Learn how Debbie copes with RA fatigue in the above video, or read the text below.
Get the Proper Amount of Sleep
Make sure you’re getting eight to 12 hours of sleep. Twelve hours can sound excessive, but sometimes it’s just needed for your body to recover.
Work out and train to build up your stamina and strength. You will probably find that when you’re not working out regularly, you’ll feel more fatigued.
Ensure you’re getting all the fruits and veggies required, every day. They’ll give your body that extra boost it needs while it’s feeling drained and depleted.
Spread Your Workload
Spread your workload out so you’re not doing a ton of work in one day.
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