I try to take walks when I can...I've been pretty sick so its hard for me to do anything but lay on the couch! I think its good for you to do moderate exercising like walking though...unless your doctor advises you to do otherwise, its always good to stay active...just in moderation. Goodluck!
I try to talk some walks when I can but my schedule is so busy right now I don't have time to do anything else. It is really hard right now to because of the fatigue also. No motivation right now what so ever!!!!
My doctor told me to continue with everything as usual so I went to the gym 4 times last week and did about 30 min of cardio each time - jogging and stair-stepper. I'm a little over 6 weeks now and I today I felt more fatigued and achey than I did last week. So, I don't know if I'll make it to the gym today. I think I'm going to try to continue with the cardio three times per week and yoga at least once per week. My mom freaked out when I told her that and wants me to take it easy as just do some walking.
I have been working throughout so far. I am 8 1/2 weeks. I go about 3 days a week and do my normal routine, but with less weight and more reps. I think it has helped me with some of my symptoms, but I am still tired. Working out in the morning when you are least tired can usually help keep you motivated to go.
I keep trying, but it's really hard when you work full time, have 2 dogs and a house full of men to take care of. (yes, I know...I'm crazy. I live with 3 grown men who act like children and 2 male dogs...ahhh!!!!) I'm always exhausted and often over indulge in daily activity because I usually get a second (sometimes third) wind around 6pm and then think I can go forever then wake up in the morning exhausted...I'm SO not used to this yet.
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