Listen to your body, and don’t push yourself too hard and Slowly, slowly is my best advice. I say all of this because I didn’t. I didn’t listen, I pushed myself too much and tried to do the same as I had previously. In doing so I did myself greater injury that has put me out of commission permanently. Ahh don’t do that. There isn’t a day go by that I’m not kicking myself for my haste to return to my former ‘normal’. My ‘normal’ now is agony daily. I tried to tell myself I was building stamina by pushing past my limits when in fact I was driving myself into the ground.Your body will tell you when enough is enough BUT you have to learn the signs and not ignore them.
You say you are studying. What are you studying and where? Some faculties have counsellors and supports, use them to your advantage. Go speak to them, explain your situation, find out what services may be available to you. They may have tutors, they maybe able to adapt resources to accommodate, they maybe able to extend your learning outcomes. Such options are put in place to assist and if you are having difficulties, speak up. You may be surprised how flexible and accommodating some learning environments can be.
I agree routines are good BUT trying to maintain a former routine can line you up for failure. Circumstances have changed and you may need to adapt you routine for these changes. Start slowly, slowly. DO NOT be jumping in at your former speed, you will burn out or, like me do yourself a greater harm.
I wish you the best of luck in your endeavours and hope you reach every goal you set but do not be beating yourself up if at first it is a struggle, slow things down for your pace now and know we are here if you need to chat.