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How many hours per day are you working?
It may be more of a matter of being realistic and dropping the least vaulable job. Perhaps you are expected too much from yourself.
You might try to be more disciplined to go to bed earlier to help adjust your time to go to sleep back some , then making it easier to get up in the morning.
You can try caffeine in the AM of course to help wake up. Exercise in general would tend to help your sense of energy(if your jobs are not that physical)
There are stimulants that might be prescribed but would not really be advised for the situation that you describe.
Provigil promotes wakefulness for example.
You could discuss further with your doctor.
You could rule out a problem such as hypothyroidism or anemia which might contribute to abnormal fatigue.
I hope this information helps. If you have further questions/information or points of discussion then let me know and I will be happy to get back with you.
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Anthony Bray MD