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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Today is an eating day. I'm just hungry all day. I was stressed over some drama with school stuff, and that led to eating 3 bite-sized candy bars at lunch. Then I came home and had more junk food.

My only saving grace is that I finished eating before 6:00 tonight, and I've already drank 24 oz of water since then. I also have my lap class, as long as it the tornado/storm threats hold off.

Also, I wanted to check on something- every now and then when I work out, I sweat a lot/my face gets really red. It doesn't happen every time, though. Any thoughts? I'm not working out any harder on those days than on other days, and I'm not aware of changing my breathing on these red face days.
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  • v KEEUMM
    Interesting thoughts, Patsy. I have always had healthy blood pressure, but I'm sure that when I'm stressed/sick, it's up. It has also been rather muggy around here lately, so I think part of it may have to do with that.

    Good insight, though. Basically I need to calm down/get healthy before working out!
    1375 days ago
  • v PATSYB7
    Regarding the red face/sweating--You might want to mention it to your dr next visit. Do you wear a heart rate monitor? Do you have high blood pressure? My face gets red if it's really hot where I'm exercising.

    Have you tried breathing and other stress reducing strategies? Forgive yourself and get back on track. You didn't do too much damage I'm sure.

    Hope today is a better day for you!

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    1375 days ago
  • v JILLITA55
    Well, at least they were the bite size. Don't sweat it. Enjoy it! We all need a break at sometime.
    1376 days ago
  • v YOBOELI
    Good luck with the eating hopefully your stress will go away.
    1376 days ago
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