Can my work be causing me fatigue?

Kelly Traver
Internal Medicine

The first step is to look at the workload you face on a typical day. Are there so many tugs on your energy (work, children, aging parents, for example) that you have no time to nurture yourself, no time to "refuel" Everyone needs some downtime to replenish energy stores, but we live in a world that moves faster than ever before and where expectations can feel so high that many of us feel that we need to run just to keep up. Sometimes all it takes to restore our energy is to learn how to say no or how to delegate.

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