There are two kinds of exhaustion, Mental and Physical, though quite often both will be present at the same time.
When we suffer from exhaustion we feel constantly tired, demotivated physically and mentally to the point that we feel we cannot cope with life.
These symptoms are signs that there is something wrong with our responses either mentally or emotionally and would be better addressed quickly to avoid a downward spiral leading to even more serious problems including adrenal fatigue and a deficient immune system. Constantly battling colds and sore throats ensue.
To treat exhaustion, you first need to discover the underlying causes. Examine your life style and check how long you have been working without a holiday. Some people take their work on holiday with them, so really the change in their environment doesn’t count as a complete rest.
The most common sources of exhaustion are over work, stress, lack of exercise, lack of quality sleep, inadequate diet, trauma and insufficient therapy/counseling after traumatic events in a person’s life.
If you find adjustments to your lifestyle do not help, it is recommended that you seek professional evaluation. Your symptoms could be related to physiological conditions such as depression of chronic fatigue syndrome. If your physician offers you no firm diagnosis and support, Psychosomatic Therapy may well lead to the answers you need to address your exhaustion.
Louise Wood is a qualified Psychosomatic Therapist, with an excellent track record in helping people to overcome feelings of exhaustion by assisting clients to balance the mental and physical body. As Louise will tell you “The Issues are in your Tissues”. Your body and mind need to be in balance to allow you to operate at optimum capacity.
If you suffer from the following, then speak to Louise and free yourself of misery:
Trouble getting up in the morning
Consuming copious amounts of coffee, tea, caffeine or energy drinks to stay awake.
Tired for no apparent reason
Struggling to keep up with your regular daily demands of life
Feeling run down and stressed
Difficulty in recovering from mental, emotional or physical trauma to the body/mind
Unhappy all the time
Decrease in your sex drive
Dragging yourself through the day and feeling restless at night
Increase in infections and illnesses which take a long time to resolve
If you are familiar with the above list, have sought answers via medical examination and drawn a blank, contact Louise Wood