How To Avoid That Run Down Feeling

How To Avoid That Run Down Feeling

Feeling run down is not a great feeling to have because it can stop you from getting on with your day to day activities. It often comes at a time where you can’t afford to be ill too, so you want to do everything you can to prevent it. Here are some tips to avoid that run down feeling.

Get Plenty Of Sleep

It’s essential that you get your several hours of sleep per night because your body needs this in order to function properly. If not, then you’re likely going to feel less like your usual self, and that can be difficult for your body to go through regularly. That sick feeling that you get when you’ve not had enough sleep is not a healthy thing to be feeling, so try to improve the quality of your sleep. Whatever’s currently impacting your sleep pattern needs addressing, and it’s important to focus on the quality of sleep you get too. It might be that certain things need changing in your bedroom in order to get a better night’s sleep. Whether that’s your mattress being of poor quality or your blinds and windows not being going enough to block out light.

Don’t Push Your Body Too Much

Pushing your body to the limit is going to end up with you needing a personal injury attorney because, unlike our viewpoints, we’re not invincible. And when we injure ourselves, it’s at this point that we realize that’s the case. Try to limit the activities or things you do that are pushing your body too much. It’s important that you know your limit and when things can be too dangerous for your body to go through. So whether that’s overeating or perhaps overworking yourself at the gym too often. Be kind to your body and know its limitations as well as its strengths.

Keep Up With Your Medical Appointments

Medical appointments are necessary for you to get the checks you need to ensure that everything is functioning properly and that you’re not ignoring any underlying problems. From general doctor check-ups to getting your eyes tested, they’re all important for you to be getting. If you’re feeling run down, then there might be a reason why, so a check-up can always help rule anything serious out. Always prioritize your medical appointments over anything else in life.

Get More Of Your Daily Vitamins

Daily vitamins and medicine that you can take to keep healthy is important. Make sure that you’re not lacking anything in the form of vitamins and minerals because this could be the difference to you feeling good and not feeling good. These small pills can make a big difference.

When you’re feeling run down, it’s always good to get plenty of rest and to make sure you’re ruling out anything serious. It’s good to focus on your health, no matter how busy you might get in life. There’s always time for your health and making sure you feel good in yourself and mind.

20 thoughts on “How To Avoid That Run Down Feeling”

  1. Rest is one of the most important things in every human being. The more rest you have, the more energy and brain powers you can use. I recommend everyone should rest at least 8 hours a day as a minimum…

  2. SimplyDee – Manila, Philippines – Health & Wellness Enthusiast, a compassionate Nurse by heart and your new health ally. For health tips, wellness advise and more, follow and subscribe to our site:

    Thank you for this article! It is really important to feel uplifted every day.

  3. rakshanagaraj – Sydney and Bangalore – Welcome! I’m Raksha Nagaraj, the blogger and social media influencer behind Solopassport. My primary focus is on solo female traveling, hiking, and scuba diving.

    This is a great article, I am currently struggling with my sleep.

  4. I find that also not stacking yourself with too much at once work/errand wise is also a good way to avoid this feeling, and I completely agree that sleep plays a huge part in it. Thanks for sharing this!

  5. Fransic verso – A lifestyle, DIY blogger, and entertainer.

    This is really good, but I’m looking to set a new schedule for my sleeping time. It’s little messed up but I get it now why might feel down. Thank you for sharing it.

  6. serenarogers19 – Writer, Poet and Blogger; Exploring my passion for writing, whilst inspiring people to find there own...

    Having time for yourself is so important! I don’t think people realise the importance of this. Thanks for this!

  7. Early 20s is when most of us start pushing our body too much to achieve whatever we want to achieve. The impact start to show up in the 30s so it is very important that young people learn to take it slow.

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    A lovely sharing with great tips to stay happy calm 😀
    I will keep these tips in my mind for sure, avoid down feeling
    cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  9. The Crumby Vegan

    These are great points to be reminded of to help our own physical and mental wellbeing. Thank you for the healthy reminder!

  10. Jasmine - LoveLifeLaughMotherhood – Georgia, USA – I'm a first time mom to a sweet little boy, and a wife to an amazing husband. I'm a baby wearing, cloth diapering, breastfeeding, tattooed lover of wine and Netflix. Somehow I squeeze in time for blogging.

    this is great-its important to find those little things that lift you up and keep you on that high

  11. aisasami – Japan

    Wonderful tips on how to lift out from that run-down feeling. When I feel run down, I always take time to sleep and rest properly.

  12. Singing A New Song – Hello, I'm Shayla! I'm a blogging/vlogging homeschooling mom of many, wife to one, and work at home mom. We are a big, Jesus loving, God fearing family and we love to laugh! Common topics you’ll find here include faith, marriage, motherhood, homeschooling, lifestyle, domestic arts, herbs & oils, and holistic living (with a realistic, big family mama/frugal approach). I love sharing practical solutions we find to problems we encounter, as well as things that inspire and encourage us through this crazy, beautiful journey!

    Great advice….prevention instead of trying to pick oneself up afterwards is so much better.

  13. Aswathy Gopalakrishnan – Nefelibata in my mind, Batata vada on my couch Also, a Freelance Writer and a Software Engineer

    Sleep is the one I am struggling with these days!

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