Get as much rest as possible: This may mean napping when the baby naps or getting help from your partner, family, or friends with household chores and other tasks.
Eat a healthy diet: A well-balanced diet can help you maintain your energy levels and support your overall health.
Stay hydrated: Drinking plenty of water can help you stay energized and avoid fatigue.
Exercise regularly: Regular physical activity can help improve your mood, increase your energy levels, and promote overall health.
Seek support: Don't be afraid to ask for help from your partner, family, or friends, or to enlist the services of a postpartum doula or babysitter.
Practice relaxation techniques: Techniques such as meditation, deep breathing, or yoga can help reduce stress and improve sleep quality.
Talk to your doctor: If you are experiencing extreme fatigue or if it is interfering with your daily activities, be sure to talk to your doctor. They can provide additional support and resources as needed.
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