Mental Fatigue and physical Fatigue

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Mental Fatigue is the close sister of physical fatigue

Also, Mental and physical fatigue might even occupy the same domain.

Many skilled workers have a problem accepting that when they work strenuously at sports they will have difficulty concentrating on their job-tasks.

Many skilled workers have a problem accepting that when they work strenuously at sports they will have difficulty concentrating on their job-tasks.
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  • When you overwork one side of your realm, you take energy from the whole kingdom.
  • We need to create a balance of energy withdrawal.
  • When we are weak in physical strength. We are weak all over.
  • We need to work our whole system.
  • We must be cautious about overeating too. 

The answer to the problem of balancing out our energy expenditure is to make life into a fun adventure. Treat yourself like you would treat a prize racehorse. Work hard and rest well.

Physical and mental fatigue often climax into “BURNOUT”; some people never recover from burnout.

What is Physical Fatigue?

  • Near total Depletion of energy.
  • Exhaustion.
  • A sense of despair and, in general, just not caring.
  • Being excessively tired for long periods of time.
  • Not feeling rested after a good night’s sleep. Not sleeping well.

What is Mental Fatigue?

When we work too long hours working on tasks that are demanding on our mental effort, but don’t let us exert physical effort that keeps our bodies involved, we get mentally tired.

Mental Fatigue is akin to Physical Fatigue in Many Ways

Both types of fatigue should be approached in a similar manner; Rest and a good diet.

As much as possible, take an extended break from these activities.

In general, stop doing what is causing the problem.

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