I just want to say one thing.
If you have depression or anxiety, you don’t have to apologize for being tired all the time and wanting to sleep.
You don’t have to have an excuse to sleep all day. You’re tired because you are fighting a war called depression and anxiety. And it’s exhausting. I get it.
They both come with low energy and fatigue as a common side effect and it can drain your energy especially if you are fighting your brain all the time.
Think about this - have you ever had so much sugar that it gives you such a rush that when it wears off you crash after having it?
The sugar rush is close to how someone fighting anxiety, depression and or suffers from panic attacks can feel after coming down from being so hyped up on adrenaline.
Are you always on edge?
That can make someone exhausted after fighting a bad battle of mental health.
When someone has a mental illness doing things causes more energy then in a person who doesn’t battle a war.
You’re not tired for no reason, you’re tired because you have just fought a war in your head of mental health and you deserve to sleep as long as you need to sleep to feel better.