I think some good stretches are a great way to exercise while battling fatigue and injury! Just start a small stretching routine and and slowly add some other more strenuous exercises in as you build endurance and habit.
Try restorative yoga. I'm sure Adrienne has some playlists on YouTube that cover it. Also "office" exercises might be good as they tend to be seated.
I have trouble throwing the blankets off and actually getting out of bed. So to help me uncrust my eyes and to clear the sleep brain, I do simple yoga stretches. Before I go to sleep, I lay out my yoga mat so on mornings I CAN get myself to flop on the floor, I am already on the mat. If the day is to hard to start, I simply do the stretches in my bed wrapped in my covers. Simple moves include: Childs Pose / Cat-Cow / Cobra / Happy Baby / Bridge / Down Dog. 😊
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