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Feeling rough due to not taking the best care of myself.

Saturday, May 03, 2014

For the past two days I've been feeling lightheaded and tipsy. It's almost like being drunk without drinking being involved. I had my blood pressure taken and it's up. Am planning to see my doctor Monday to make possible change in blood pressure medicine. In thinking about my diet, I have room for improvement. Especially getting rid of sodium.
Many times I ask myself why I wait it I feel bad until I take action in taking care of myself. I'd like to take good care of myself before I feel bad. I hope I'm not the only one who waits till long to take action.
So here I am on SparkPeople, looking for good ways of taking care of myself. Am also saying prayers that I actually follow through and be consistent in taking good care of myself.
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SONFLOWERGAMMY 5/3/2014 6:48PM

    Will pray in agreement with you. I so understand the feeling of wondering why I have to be half dead before I try and take care of myself. Thats why OA refers to it as insanity!
I friended you. Maybe we can work through steps 1,2 & 3 together as I saw your blog while I was posting on the OA team page. emoticon

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JAMBABY0 5/3/2014 4:59PM

    Hope the Dr fixes you up, good luck

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