National Geographic : 1946 Sep
If you set too fast a pace in work or play... worry too much... or often get upset emotion ally, you waste your energy, and fatigue sets in. Conserve your energy by avoiding such conditions. Store up more energy by get- ting enough sleep, food,f air. If you are continuously 'rest, and fresh tired or listless, see your doctor! It may be an early sign of a serious ailment or an infection, or be due to poor eye- sight, hearing, or posture. You can usually avoid harmful fatigue if you'll just remember to relax! Metropolitan's free booklet-"Fatigue . . What To Do About That 'Tired Feeling'" -contains many helpful suggestions on how to relax and keep fit. Write today for booklet 96-N. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company ) (A MUTUAL COMPANY) FrederickI. Ecker, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Leroy A. Lincoln, PRESIDENT 1 MADISON AVENUE, NEW YORK 10, N. Y.