I'm sorry that nobody has responding to your question before now. I've been busy and have experienced some of the same things you mention in your post.
It is difficult to keep the same pace as others who do not have limitations. Right now I'm on vacation with my brother and his family. We went to an amusement park and I rented an electric scooter for the first time. It helped me to enjoy the day with everybody else without getting too fatigued.
When I overdo it, my body will get numb, tingly, weak, and heavy. My brain turns to mush when I get overheated. Things are just things that I have come to expect when I overdo it...and I've come to expect that I will have to crash for multiple days after I've pushed and pushed. It has become a pattern.
To try to learn how better to be able to push yourself, or exercise effectively, without always causing your body to collapse, it would be good to work with a physical therapist who can help train you how to keep your body in good condition.
I hope that you enjoyed your time with family!!
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