A lot of us because of work, kids and staying up late to watch the Golden State Warriors game that comes on at 9 pm, will mess up our sleep schedules without even knowing it. Developing a consistent sleep schedule will help your body develop a better way to use it’s energy. Hepatitis C robs the body of the necessary energy for regular activities. Your energy will be on a rollercoaster. One way to regulate it is to go to bed at a consistent time and waking up at a consistent time.
As a newfound advocate of yoga, I can attest to how powerful the practice can be for energy. You’ll spend a lot of physical energy practicing yoga, but you’ll leave with triple the mental energy to conquer anything. The say everything’s mental, and yoga is essentially the exercise of the mind through physical and spiritual practices. Try it out and you’ll immediately notice how much energy you have to do EVERYTHING.
Drink water. The body needs to flush out all the toxins and water is the great equalizer. Water will help keep those gritty, grimy things out of your system which will make your insides feel great. When you’re fully hydrated, eating the right foods and exercising, energy will be available readily. DO NOT consume alcohol at all if you’re infected with hepatitis C. The liver will not be able to handle processing alcohol of any kind at any amount. Simple and plain. Alcohol robs you of energy and your life.
It seems that dieting and exercise are always grouped together. A diet rich in high-fiber grain cereals helps to release glucose into the bloodstream which translates to more energy. You mean all I have to do is eat a delicious bowl of cereal to get back the pep in my step? Sign me up! Fruits and vegetables by the bunches will give you all of the vitamins and minerals that you need to keep going. Experts also recommend eating smaller portions. Smaller portions will help to ensure that you have energy throughout the day instead of in one big block of time.
How Can I Get Covered Though???
“Debilitating” means that “you’re struggling to do regular activities.” Regular activities like walking, standing up, carrying small amounts of weight are a few things that qualify as regular activities. If you can’t do the simplest of tasks and you’re constantly feeling drained or unable to complete these tasks without mass amounts of energy required, you need to keep a detailed account and speak with your doctor regularly. A regular record of you not being able to complete tasks will make a viable case to the insurance company that this is something that MUST BE COVERED.