2. Fatigue

Since the disorder comes with a lot of symptoms, they may start to affect your physical state. You might start to sweat too much, have diarrhea or even feel frequently nauseated. If these symptoms keep up, you'll start feeling fatigued. You may also experience trembling, hot flashes, and frequent urges to pee.

Although it may seem counterproductive, you can try to keep yourself physically active. Set a routine in which you have physical activities on different days of the week. It's a fact that exercise reduces stress significantly. It's a mood-booster, and it will keep you healthy. If you're not feeling it, start with simple exercises and gradually build up your routine.



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