You have gotten some great advice. I lost 85 pounds about six years ago and have kept it off. I counted carbs and stayed away from sweets. I still had meals and was never hungry. I'm still eating this way. I did become an avid label reader. You won't believe the carbs and sugar in products! That's why I use a lot of fresh foods in my cooking.
I also started walking and used a walking-in -place video at home. The movement seemed to kick in my metabolism. It also helped me with pain and fatigue.
When you are really tired, it's hard to get moving. As Mamanan said, start out slowly. Doing something is better than doing nothing. You will feel better when you accomplish whatever you decide to do. That feeling of accomplishment does help with depression which, in turn, helps with attitude and pain! So, give it a shot. We are here to cheer you on!
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