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Day 14 Downslide

Saturday, February 16, 2013

The last few days have been really rough. I do not know what is going on with me anymore. I've been sleeping for ten or more hours each night and refusing to wake up even when I have something planned. My desire to go outside is gone, c.o.m.p.l.e.t.e.l.y.

Hanging out with others is draining because I have to pretend that I'm interested--pretend I care. Truth is that I don't. I don't care anymore.

The only good thing is that I keep working out. I do feel better after a long workout and I do look forward to them, but I still do not see any improvements.

My weight is still 133.2 lbs and I do not feel lighter. My waist has decreased by 0.6, which should make me happy but it does not. Blah, I need motivation but right now I think I need to get back to studying.

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JULIANEASHLEY11 2/19/2013 8:17PM

    Thanks! I do suffer from depression and was adjusting to a new medication... Hopefully the regular workouts will help increase my mood, though!

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BAPKTM 2/19/2013 9:06AM

    Good Morning,
You should check with your doctor. Do you see a regular MD or a naturalpath? I would suggest a naturalpath to see if you are having trouble having nutrients enter your body. There are a couple of deficiencies you could have (possibly B and D) Maybe you might need to take some supplements to get things back on track.

The other thing is that you could have a low level of an illness that is going around. I hope you feel better soon.

Take care.

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SIMONEKP 2/17/2013 9:56AM

    You should check in with your doctor, you might just have a bad case of the blues but if it persists it may be more serious.

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