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Fatigue and tiredness are something that everyone will experience during their lives. It can be short-term, in response to an event, activity or occasion, or it can be long-term. Regardless of the cause, tiredness and/or lack of energy and fatigue can have a widespread impact on wellbeing. Fatigue can decrease safety, judgement, memory, problem solving, motivation and emotional regulation, whilst increasing pain, headaches, posture, and other symptoms.

While many people will experience issues with energy conservation, those experiencing the following conditions/injuries may have worse symptoms:

The professional team of allied health professionals at Wellness Embodied – which includes an Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapists, Osteopath, Exercise Physiologist and Remedial Massage Therapists – can provide support and treatment for many of the above. We work collectively as a team to ensure all clients enjoy an optimised treatment approach to support better health.

In addition to treatment, there are many strategies that can be easily used to encourage energy conservation. We are pleased to provide some of these in our downloadable Energy Conservation Strategies doc here.

This document on Energy Conservation Strategies discusses a range of approaches which will assist with limiting energy expenditure, allowing continued participation in a range of activities of daily living. This will, in turn, increase overall wellbeing.

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