Our expert says:
Being a full time mom, OR working full-time, OR studying at Unisa, can all be significantl tiring to any normal person. COmbining all three, well, it'd be odder if you didn't feel tired.
Healthy diet and exercise is a wise program. Check through how you can vary your program to have more time to rest as well as to study can the children help with some chores ( you don't mention their ages ) ? And surely your husband should be helping with the children and household chores. Schedule periods of rest and make sure you're getting enough sleep. Pushing yourself beyond a certain point becomes counter-productive, and you're "studying" without absorbing anything.
See if there's a way to find other students doing the same course, to share some study time, to keep it more lively.
Be cautious about seeking a solution in "taking something". Apart from an occasional cup of coffee, nothing much helps. THe pills GPs usually give if one says you're anxiious make you more tired and impair memory, so that's no use.
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