*** This blog is not to be prescriptive nor give you advice, merely to show you my way of navigating true health in a jungle of advice and pharmaceutical pressure. Please do your own research, ask your own specialists or contact those I have used if you wish to find out more about your personal condition and symptoms. To your very best health. ***
If you’re ever going to do something ridiculous like the Three Peaks Challenge, let me offer you some advice. Make sure your following week is calm and quiet and gives you time to ease back into a normality that is comfortable.
Because I didn’t.
Part of me sees this as a sign that I am feeling better in some ways. There is no way I would have even considered cramming my diary with events like this earlier in the year. So on one hand things have changed. That’s good, it’s great to know that my efforts are being rewarded in some way.
However, and it’s a BIG however. I also recognise that my ability to cram a week full isn’t good. It’s almost certainly part of the reason why my body has decided to reject itself with autoimmunity because I just don’t have an off switch when I am firing on more cylinders.
This week became an epic juggling exercise and I didn’t have time to reflect on the mountains because I was always thinking about what was next.
By the time I got to Friday night I was glad the week was over and I haven’t felt like that in a long time. So sort of, kind of, maybe considered that I need a better time management approach if I want to really get better.
My morning routine still stands with rebounding, neck exercises, retained reflex exercises and the wedge. It sets me up for the day and if I don’t do them first thing I find them really hard to put into my day.
My meals have gone back to plan. Abundant greenery, meat and fish a plenty and coconut oil in daubs. It’s working, I am not knocking it.
- Sleep = poor.
- Mood = slightly overwhelmed.
- Temperature = cold feet.
- Digestion = mixed this week with the slightly stressy feel about it.
So there we have it. A week where my food diary is mainly empty, I’ve not made notes for my blog and it went by in a blur. Note to self: slow down, take stock and sleep more.