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Friday, January 25, 2013

Iíve been feeling pretty rough the past two days. Physically I feel okay still, just a little tired. But Iíve been feeling emotionally low and mentally drained. I also think I might have a head cold, which is pretty much no fun at all!

The big thing is that Iíve been making some big mistakes in my eating patterns. I havenít been very hungry, so Iíve been having only 100-200 calories at breakfast and lunch and then going crazy at dinner--when I finally feel hungry again--with 800-1000 calories; and boy, is it doing a number on my body! Iím going into starvation mode during the day and retaining more calories when I finally eat at night. I keep having migraines, Iím super tired, and I canít talk or type clearly; but Iím just not hungry!

This morning I pushed myself to eat 400 calories (slightly over my ďgoalĒ caloric intake) hoping I to get myself to feel hungry earlier (you knowÖ like at lunch time; when a person should feel hungry).

I just donít know what to do! Iím feeling lousy and I'm worried about what I'm doing to me!
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  • v JAHINTZY
    It makes me wonder if this is coinciding with the intense work out change? I would be careful of trying to do too much too quickly, and checking in with a doctor if you can might not be a bad idea. Your college may have a dietician available for little or no cost too.
    1247 days ago
  • v 63KEEPONGOING
    Wow! Are you doing fitness activities between breakfast and dinner? Sometimes, that makes me hungry. I felt like you are now at some points. I would take vitamins, plus I bought a juicer. They come with some receipes. Then I bougth a book at Books A Million; they have receipes for energy, etc. Hope this helps. If not you may want to check things out with your doctor.
    God Bless!
    1247 days ago
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