Absolutely, I have those days. I find that getting overtired triggers the fatigue for days afterward, so I am pretty good about taking a mid-day rest, or even a nap, BEFORE I get that distressing fatigue. I know I did too much yesterday & today, so tomorrow I shall turn off the alarm clock, schedule little work, and probably take an afternoon nap.
I also find that doing deep diaphragmatic breathing (aka "belly breathing") often throughout the day helps ward off fatigue – I guess by getting more oxygen into the body.
PS I found out (again) this winter that wearing a mask in cold air prevents a lot of my shortness of breath – of course I knew this 25 years ago when my kids were competitive skiers and we spent many hours out in the cold – I just forgot!