Yes. It's important to work at taking care of one's self, especially if you are an aging woman such as myself and no longer enjoy the resiliency and vigor of youth.
But it's equally important to not do it all; to stop sometimes and make a conscious effort to hear what your body and your mind are really saying.
These are the times we need to actively rest. (Is that an oxymoron?) Times when we need to block out the rest of the world - the news media, social media, TV, even friends and family - and find a quiet place of sanctuary -- rest, read, whatever relaxes you and feeds your soul -- and just breathe.
Stay there as long as is necessary. Treat yourself well. Allow yourself to "be" without criticism or negativity of any kind.
PS - I shall be breathing all weekend!
And cleaning my home because that brings a sense of calm
and order to my sometimes overwhelming life.
But mostly breathing!