How to Beat COVID-19 Fatigue

Via Peters

If you’ve had COVID-19, you’re probably familiar with a key symptom: fatigue.

Fatigue has been one of the five most common COVID-19 symptoms since the beginning of the pandemic, even as other symptoms like fever and loss of taste and smell have become less prominent with the rise of the delta and omicron variants.

Fatigue affects an estimated 8 out of 10 adults with COVID-19, according to the ZOE COVID Symptom Study, an ongoing investigation that uses a smartphone app to track hundreds of thousands of people in the United Kingdom who have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

While COVID-19 symptoms like a sore throat, cough, and runny nose are pretty self-explanatory, fatigue is harder to define. Experts agree that while fatigue generally includes feeling sleepy or lacking energy, people can experience it in a wide variety of ways.

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