How Fatigue Is Making You Procrastinate And What To Do About It

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Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Fatigue can cause you to procrastinate.

Fatigue can cause you to procrastinate.

One of the key reasons behind procrastination certainly is fatigue. If you attempt to work when you are knackered or completely wiped out, there will always be a voice buzzing constantly in your head, that will be begging for you to just quit the task and rest.

Simply put when you lack energy, you naturally lack enthusiasm. Every time you feel fatigued and inundated with too much work and you simply don’t have the sufficient amount of time to finish off your work, just aim to do all you can and just accept that you are only human and hence need your share of rest.

According to many researchers, during current times, average individuals are not getting enough sleep relative to the amount of work they are doing. Hence millions of them are working in a state where minds are completely clogged as a result of working too much and sleeping too little.

During such circumstances, sometimes the best thing to do is to head home early and get at least 8 hours of sleep. This will completely revive you and allow you to finish off double or triple the amount of the usual work you do and will be far higher in quality as well.

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