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I had alot of energy problems too and it was contributed to the physical symptoms of depression (migraines, sleep probs, stomach issues etc.) and the dr. said it would take 4-6 weeks for the meds to kick in but to be honest they just seemed to start working and its been more like 2+ months... so hold tight bc it'll come overnight, it did with me anyway. Hope you get better.
Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. --Matthew 6:34
COUNTRYGIRLNE, hello, I'm sorry to hear you are feeling so down. You know, I have found since doing yoga or tai chi on a daily basis that my moods have improved so much. I don't get down or stressed as easily or as often. Maybe you should try getting back on track with an exercise program designed for mind/body & spirit. I wish you well!
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Iím sorry I havenít been around much. My depression is bad. I can force myself to go to work & my chiropractic appt, but that is about it. I usually fall asleep around 7p and I have a hard time waking up at 5a. I have stop everything involved in my Healthy Lifestyle program. I stop working out, my cleaning routine for my apartment, tracking my eating, etc. I need to put plastic on my windows & wrap Christmas gifts, but I just donít have the energy. Iím on antidepressants neither there not working or they havenít kick in yet (I have been on them for a month now).
Last night, I actually stayed away until after 9p, but I woke up @ 2:30a this morning. Work has been stressful and itís only going to get worse before it gets better. Iím thinking about applying for jobs at our corporate office, but that would mean I would have to move across state. My family & friends donít want me to and truthfully, I donít want to leave Lincoln, but I donít know how much I can take this job.
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