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'I Was Sleeping For 16 Hours Straight And Still Exhausted'

Friday 12 October 2018

 

From myBody+Soul:

 

Tegan Martin
Tegan Martin
(Photo: Instagram)
 

'I was sleeping for 16 hours straight and still exhausted'

Tegan Martin reveals the immense impact stress has had on her health, and her ongoing battle of living with chronic fatigue syndrome.

By Juna Xu
October 11, 2018
News Pty Limited Copyright © 2018.

It seems that no matter what you do these days, someone out there, whether it be a stranger, an acquaintance or even yourself, feels the need to criticize something about you.

Regardless if you have 10 followers or a million on social media, that negativity will always be there - and for former Miss Universe Australia, Tegan Martin, she’s lived with the pressure of having to live up to everyone’s expectations, including her own.

Yes, she has an Instagram following of 120k. Yes, she’s in a happy relationship with fitness hunk Blake Worrall Thompson. Yes, she gets to travel the world for work, but irrespective of all this, her life hasn’t, and isn’t, as spick and span as it all looks like from the outside.

Rewind back to her teenage years, and life’s pressure took a major toll on her health.

“My chronic fatigue syndrome came on slowly in my late teens and it progressively got worse and worse,” the 26-year-old tells myBody+Soul.

 

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