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Post-Viral Fatigue Resources

Welcome to the post-viral fatigue resource series. We hope that this series of resources will provide some support to you on your health journey. In order to help organize all of the content that we cover, we have developed a framework to help guide you. 

Each one of these sections will explore a different aspect of managing post-viral fatigue. You may be familiar with some of the ideas or they may be completely new to you. In either case, be sure to pick out the tips and strategies that apply to your experience. We’ve created a ‘Glossary’ to clarify concepts or terms that are covered in the material. Explore the handouts and resources at your own pace and try out some new ideas. 

P - Plan your energy

Become familiar with energy types and how to describe energy levels.
Understand energy limits and learn to determine when limits are pushed.
Learn strategies to pace and stay within energy limits.
Recognize use of cognitive or mental energy and learn strategies to manage brain fog.

A - Adapt the environment and activity

Learn how to best support the body in the environment and during activity.
Apply principles of safe physical activity to promote the benefits of movement.
Learn how to manage orthostatic intolerance and other barriers to physical activity.

C - Coping and resiliency

Build confidence to advocate for your health needs (physical and emotional).
Learn how to calm the nervous system to be able to relax and break stress cycles.
Gain tools to manage relationships and expectations while dealing with post-viral fatigue.

E - Engage with community 

Become familiar with available financial supports and subsidies. 
Learn about community supports to care for mental health and overall wellbeing.


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