A so so kind of day...

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

It's just one of them "meh" kind of days. I think it has something to do with this being the third night in a row the puppies and chihuahuas have kept us up all night. They have never been this bad before. I had to sleep on the couch yesterday just to get away from it...and the couch is not comfy!

I believe the dehydration from Saturday kicked in yesterday as I felt very ill for a good portion of the day. Luckily, I am starting to feel much better! I've taken it pretty easy since saturday with just a little bit of jump roping. However, tonight I have a 2 hour indoor skate practice. It will be interesting! My ankles are starting to feel better, but it may be a different story when I put them skate back on my feet! I got my other skating socks in the mail and don't you know these are too thin! There are only three sizes to choose from and I have choose the 2 wrong ones! Go figure, but I will make it work.

I got a little bit of work to do today. Just trying to finish my last week of work out the best I can. I even applied for a few job here and there. It's hard though to be motivated when your last day is friday! Oh well..I will be looking forward to some time off while I look for a new job.
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  • SKATER787
    Excellent. I think I learn from this event as well. It's timely with my interest in herbal remedies. I can apply this for my situation. To be prepared for an (over-exertion) event like this one, there is the consequence of dehydration and inflammation. IOW, your whole body is inflamed. This means any of the anti-inflammatory herbs and supplements will help. Starting with bromelain, Wobenzyme, tart cherry, ginger and turmeric, then the minerals like potassium, magnesium. Protein Amino acids may help too. It's an interesting topic to research. What to take before and after an over exertion activity?
    1820 days ago
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