Feeling short of breath
Eating, drinking, swallowing problems
Loss of taste and smell
Joint and muscle pain
Getting back into a routine
Managing your energy
Brain health and mental health
Brain fog, trouble with memory and concentration
Depression, anxiety, stress
Returning to work or school
Exercising and being active
How exercise helps recovery
References and copyright
Different people need different amounts of sleep. When you’re recovering from an illness, it’s normal to need more sleep. You might need to take rests or a nap during the day—that’s OK. Your body is working hard to recover.
The number of hours you sleep isn’t as important as how you feel when you wake up. If you don’t feel refreshed, you probably need more sleep.
The following links give you information about sleep problems you may have and advice to help you sleep well:
If you still have trouble with sleep, talk to your healthcare provider, pharmacist, or call Health Link at 811.
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