Great Day

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Even though I don't feel good today, it is a great day! I have been feeling rather tired and run down for quite some time now. I go to the doctor on the 15th of February. I hope he can tell me just what is going on. I try to eat right, excise, and take care of myself, but something just isn't right. I've been to the emergency room, and Urgent Care but no one will tell me what is going on. Stress...heart...I don't know...but I sure would like an answer soon! With all that going on I still want to feel great! Where I work, I appreciate every day that I am able to come in and do my job. I see so much sickness and death, I am thankful for each and every new day I am blessed with. Hope you feel the same. Life is too short to complain and feel sorry for yourself. Get up and change your life if it is so bad. You've got no one to blame but you! If you want to change your lifestyle, your weight, your appearance, what are you waiting for. No one else is going to do it for you. Start today and make those changes start thing at a time and if it doesn't work the first time...try again, and again until you get it right! You and only you can make the change!
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    1838 days ago
    I hope they figure out what is going on ): My mom recently (it was a year and half ago or so) had that kind of problem- eating right, getting in exercise as recommended, but always exhausted and whiped out, no matter how much sleep she got. Found out about a year ago that she had pernicious anemia and her body wouldn't take in any of the B-12 she ate. That could be the culprit- it also causes memory problems and other neurological disorders. Of course, we also found out (unrelated) that she has MGUS- but for your sake I hope it is as simple as pernicious anemia or something similar that can be dealt with efficiently.
    1838 days ago
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