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Scared to death!


Saturday, June 08, 2013

5 years ago I was a size 8, strong, fierce and nothing could get me down. Well, almost nothing. I started suffering from extreme fatigue, joint pain, dizziness, and various other symptoms that I didn't know were related.
After numerous trips to my doctor, blood tests, ultrasounds and more blood tests, two months ago it was finally discovered that I had a Vitamin B-12 deficiency along with a Vitamin D deficiency. My doctor immediately started me on B-12 shots and after two weeks I began to feel so much better.
However, in that period of time due to the lack of energy, joint pain and fatigue, I gained over 50 lbs. My self-confidence left. I felt weak, disgusted, angry, depressed and miserable. Although I tried to exercise during that time, I ended up so exhausted I could hardly move. It was frustrating and miserable.
Once my doctor diagnosed the problem and started my shots, I began to get my energy levels back. But I was advised to start slowly; walking, yoga, etc.
I've always thought I've eat healthy but I soon discovered that I do not eat enough vegetables and fruit. I love them, I just don't eat enough of them.
And so, I am now ready to begin my weight loss/healthy journey.
I will be starting to walk every day this week, add more fruits and vegetables to my diet, and at the end of the month I've signed up for belly dancing classes!
I'm ready to get my strong, healthy, fit, outgoing self back!
But I'm scared to death of failure so I need all the support I can get!
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DIANAOR1 6/9/2013 11:45PM

    emoticon let's stick together on this journey for a better, healthier way of life.

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BARB4HEALTH 6/8/2013 9:30AM

    My motto is, "I have not failed. I have successfully discovered how not to do it."
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DWROBERGE 6/8/2013 8:50AM

    The only thing to fear is fear itself.. Keep focused for success. You can do it too. Go for it.

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RAGAN62 6/8/2013 4:51AM

    No need for fear. All we can do is take things one day at a time. Some days will be good, some horrible, but that is the way of life. All we can do is ride the waves and try to steer as best we can. We'll get there. You got this! emoticon emoticon

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STEVEN2GO2 6/8/2013 3:59AM

    Great job finding out what was wrong! Now you can start the journey back to a happy, healthy self. Good luck as you start on this part of your journey! Knowing what brought you down, now you can make a come back. Take the time and try to enjoy each day on your recovery.

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