Published on 12, July, 2020
Another question I'm afraid....
I'm trying to keep going despite what (I guess) can only really be burnout and as a result I don't have the energy to stick to my usual routines.
Just to clarify, my comfort and order comes from my fitness regime: Pilates every morning, walk every lunchtime and cycling, SUP or kettlebells whenever I can - but I barely have the energy to move at the moment and my routine - my safety net - is falling apart.
Does anyone else experience this and if so - how do you deal with it? and more importantly, how can I get back to keeping my fitness up?
(I have to add that burnout anxiety ruins my sleep. I drop off beautifully but wake frequently from vivid nightmares, which really isn't helpful!)
Any tips gratefully received
I think I can relate to this... It is hard not to exercise when it helps to calm your system like nothing else does. Good idea to rule out any underlying health conditions first by talking to your GP.…
I entered a 'Million Step Challenge' to raise money for a suicide prevention charity until I had to bail out after four-hundred-thousand steps due to exhaustion. At that time, I was meant to start a weekend job making PPE masks but got diarrhoea at the induction period. (I would have been furloughed anyway)
Stress is my Modus Operandi.