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Keep Your Finger On The Pulse of Extreme Exhaustion

Just about everyone has experienced days when they feel quite tired and run down. Life is busy, after all! Extreme exhaustion, on the other hand, is when individuals feel like they are drowning in a sea of blankets and can barely move. Individuals dealing with extreme exhaustion are so tired that their brain tells their limbs to move, but their limbs simply refuse. No one likes the feeling of being extremely exhausted, and if the feeling goes on long enough, it can also trigger some serious lasting effects. However, there is some good news. Recognizing the warning signs linked to extreme exhaustion is a great first step in not only catching the problem early, but also starting effective treatment to lessen any effects it might have.

Watch Out For A Prolonged Sense Of Inattentiveness

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Paying attention is easy when individuals are energized and their brains are alert, but exhaustion can cause the brain to slow down as it yearns to sleep and focuses on staying awake. If individuals constantly find themselves struggling to pay attention to the smaller but important things, they may be on the verge of extreme exhaustion. Exhaustion can be caused by anxiety, a lack of sleep, stress, and other factors, and inattentiveness is a common early sign of extreme exhaustion. Individuals should take note of if they are experiencing this symptom and assess the implication on what it is they are trying to focus on. If they are focusing on a work project that requires attention to fine detail, they should, if possible, put it aside for a day and get some quality rest instead. If they are driving, they should consider pulling aside to a safe place and taking a brief nap before continuing their drive.

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