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IZZYS_MOM Posts: 100
1/31/12 10:51 A

I agree with the previous post - light exercise makes me feel much better. Try to take a walk around the neighborhood or around the mall! And don't be too hard on yourself! We all have those days!

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1/31/12 9:49 A

ANJELIA1968,

I actually find a good workout helps to relieve some of those PMS related symptoms. So, whenever you're feeling blah, go put on your gyms clothes and go have a workout. You might be surprized how much better you'll feel after a good workout or even a walk around the neighborhood.

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23KAIYA Posts: 4,935
1/31/12 2:52 A

One day every now and then is fine, give yourself a break! Rest up and recharge!

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1/30/12 11:30 P

Thank you Doreen. The good news is I know exactly how long it will last. I didn't exercise yesterday or today and I may be lazy tomorrow though might not because it's suppose to be absolutely gorgeous weather for January and I might get out and walk. I figure by Wed the worst will be past and I will start fresh in February although I'm sad to have blown my 28 day streak.

DOREENK55 Posts: 59
1/30/12 10:47 P

Hey you reached out that is a good start. Hang in there emoticon

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1/30/12 10:11 P

I don't want to exercise and I don't want to log. I want to eat and I want to sleep. I'm tired and sluggish and feeling just blech!
P.M.S. Need I say more?

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