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Back down the Rabbit hole.

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Well. Like the title says, back down the rabbit hole. I feel like the past few weeks that it's been a struggle just to get my daily chores even done. I plan , look around and see what needs to be done then....then...then..sitting there several minutes later. I'm still sitting there. I had a system months ago that helped get everything done and out of the way early. I e been reaching back to try to get that workering but I just cant get a grip on it. I'm not sleeping well at night. When I am trying to complete a task I get started, feel dizzy, sweat badly, get shaky and have to sit down. I do have heart problems, pacemaker, congestive heart failure etc.. but I'm slowing so bad that at this rate, in a couple more months I wont be able to even get up out of the chair. I did first lab and new patient paperwork. Have a virtual Dr visit on thursday. I'll tell him everything and maybe get some other meds to gell better.
I'm only logging food part of the time. Almost always leave the pedometer in my bedroom nightstand forgetting to clip it on. I dont feel like even anything. I just want to sleep all the time( but dont).
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    Sending prayers. I hope you feel better.

    210 days ago
    Go to the hospital. Do not be afraid. They will take care of you
    214 days ago
  • BJAEGER307
    Hoping that this new doctor will get a handle on your problems. Seems to me that you are suffering from a multitude of medical problems, plus depression. By taking the first step by contacting this doctor, you have a positive in the win-win column.

    Keep on trying even if its for an hour a day. Any progress is better than no progress at all. Change is always hard, but once you do it, you'll be glad you did.

    Take care.
    215 days ago
  • SUNSET09
    emoticon emoticon If you can do 15 minutes emoticon , that's progress. emoticon
    217 days ago
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