When we were children, we could learn things faster. We could fall on the ground or rise from a heartbreak in no time. We could do more things, feel more things, challenge ourselves more and not get tired.
Now, we are almost always in a perpetual state of tiredness. Must be the age!
Or, maybe, we just realised our body continues to work no matter what.
You breathe, you eat, you sleep (when sleep comes), so what more does it need?
But then, why is drinking lots of water, sleeping fine-ish and going on a new trending diet every six months not making you feel any less tired?
Our body wasn’t assigned a fixed energy power at birth nor was our mind wired to only feel a certain way.
We went on auto-pilot. And in auto-pilot we just repeat ourselves. We repeat pain in the lower back and we repeat stress -- unknowingly.
We forget to recharge, rewire and restore. We can regain that strength and that alertness if only we allowed ourselves. Maybe we binge one episode less of our favourite show (I know it’s hard, I am trying to fight it too.) Give ourselves somewhere between 30 to 60 minutes to work on our immunity so we can do everything we want, with more focus and much more endurance.