Fatigue and healthy eating

A healthy diet can give you the energy boost you need, but you may not be up to preparing the food yourself

Try asking a close friend or family member to help out, or consider a food delivery service. Ask your doctor to refer you to a dietitian. They can recommend some easy to make meals, healthy foods on the go, and grocery delivery services.

Staying hydrated

Your body needs plenty of fluids for energy and hydration. Aim for 50 to 65 ounces (or 10 - 12 glasses) of water a day. You might be thinking that’s too much, especially if you have urinary problems, but drinking plenty of water can help prevent bladder irritation.
Clear, almost colorless urine is a good sign you’re getting enough

However, try not to drink water at least 2 hours before bed. Drinking too much can cause you to run back and forth to the bathroom at night.

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