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Autoimmune Diseases and Fatigue

Autoimmune Diseases | Last Active: Oct 4, 2023 | Replies (544)

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No, I certainly have not found a sure fire way to mitigate fatigue. Regular exercise is critical to having a chance to offset the results of prolonged fatigue. My favorite exercise to fight a good fight is warm water aerobics in a heated pool around 97 degrees.

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@tedjones- My personal experience of exercising while in the cloud of severe fatigue/ exhaustion is disappointing. I have always been physically active but I have been unable to get off the ground when the medical condition causing the fatigue is active. I’ll get short of breath and racing heart.
However, when I feel the cloud lifting I start with walking. Water aerobics is great for the body once one is recovering.