Do you ever feel like you want to do something, but you just don’t have the brain power or motivation to follow through?
It isn’t necessarily because you’re weak-willed. Beyond mindset, there are actual neurobiochemical reasons why one may feel stuck in a rut.
In my latest post, I discuss what motivation is and why the solution to making changes is not as simple as inspiration. I dive deep into mindset and also explore how stress, lack of focus, and mental fatigue are linked to drive.
In my article, you will learn:
- Why naturopathic and functional medicine doctors need to be cognizant that lack of motivation is a symptom that must be explored, not a character flaw.
- How acceptance is linked to motivation.
- The neurological and cognitive effects of mental fatigue.
- An overview of resources and tips to attain more motivation. (These will be revealed in more detail in my upcoming post.)
If you are feeling like you would like to move forward, but have been at a standstill for a while, this article will release some of the guilt and help you understand why!
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Now, please share what your experience is between lack of motivation and mental fatigue below.
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