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Well ain’t that a vibe.
I wonder why they’re fatigued? Fuckers don’t even drink water where I’m from, it’s all tea and coffee
Yeah, because we work for nothing and get charged through the nose for everything. We’d all be healthier if we had 40 more hours of free time per week and got paid double our current monthly wages.
~~tired~~ broken. FTFY
It’s a vicious cycle and it’s really hard to break.
By not working out or being healthy, you can more easily fall into depression and feel too tired to do anything- like work out and be healthy. It takes a lot just to make the effort to start.
On the flip side, if you do start working out and being healthy, then it gets easier. Your mood suddenly improves, you don’t feel like shit all the time, and you have more energy.
There’s always a million excuses not to take care of yourself, but the only thing that can possibly help you is to just pick yourself up and commit.
Unsurprising. Late stage capitalism has essentially pushed people to the saturation point. Why would people want to live a long healthy life on an abusive hamster wheel they can’t ever really have anything nice on?
Being healty is far less tiring than being unhealthy, its just tough getting started
It’s too damn expensive to live and eat healthy!
If you cut the last three words out youd think this was about america… huh..
OH ITS JUST SO HARD TO EXERCISE YOU HAVE TO MOVE TO DO IT
Yeah no shit thats exercise XD im 216lbs trying to and somehow struggling to get lower on the scale- but yeah you dont loose that by sitting in a chair all day watching tv.
Some advice- go for walks and get some fresh air- er if you have that where you live ( Go modern earth ), if you want do some light exercise like pushups and situps if you can before a shower- no need to worry about being a mess if youre gonna fix that right pff.
And not saying you gotta run a marathon or be mister military juicer- just alittle this alittle that every day or so- it adds up. Even if its not a ton its good, it adds up, AND it helps make your body alittle more resilient.
I feel the same. I’m planning on buying a bicycle though.
The irony is that part of leading a healthy lifestyle is to get enough sleep.
Living to work, instead of working to live.
Yeah I get tired of the constant articles about how fat Americans are and how unhealthy and blah blah blah and as a nurse that’s frustrating because I’m well aware of the fact that what is the choice? People are working themselves to death, don’t have time to work out, don’t have time to cook, are still trying to have families and normal lives and failing. There’s no way most people could even entertain having a really healthy eating lifestyle with the way their lives are. Throw in how one in six adults is depressed and we can all see why the McDonald’s of the world will stay in business forever.