Continued from part 1
If you are sick with an infection or cold/flu it is best to back off and rest. Again listen to your body it knows best. Use the daily planner to tick off each day you do your daily movement.
Try to journal one great thing you did each day and one thing you really want to achieve tomorrow. This is a great way to keep you proactive even on the bad days. Focus on what you CAN do not what you can’t do.
Aim to get to bed by 9:30-10:30 pm.… read more
@A MyFibroTeam Member, Good suggestions. Thank You for the *Words of Encouragement. They are much appreciated. I have kept Daily Journals since 1998. Mostly to log in times of medications taken plus any foods or liquids consumed--except water. Plus any seizure I may have had. This information would go to my neurologist at next appointment. I still need to work on the *Time schedule. Having epilepsy, I also record ALL pills that I've taken, along with the times. This takes a lot of extra time and energy, also. Pills have changed a LOT, lately. Example: No more *Dilantin that I'd taken since *8 years old. (I'm now 65). And stressful things in the neighborhood cause tension. So for me, to awaken another day is "a positive." Sometimes, we need to find the smaller things that are equally as important. My kitty cat is a Blessing and a *Stress Reliever. And just like The Lord (though HE Is Higher), I can share anything with her, knowing it will not be told to anyone else. LOL! She can keep quiet. Whatever helps us most, we each need to be concerned for our individual health. I have cut down to half the amount of pain meds. One month ago, I couldn't. :-) Progress! You and All Have a Blessed remaining weekend. Agape.
Me 2 will u repost PLEASE an ty n advance
I'm sorry, i can't seem to find part one i posted, or the reference article (which i listed on part one) :(