Katla49 wrote: »
(((Rebecca))): You’re worried about your health. Have you seen a doctor yet? That is a good first step. A sit down bp thingy at the gym is a good way to make the decision to see the doctor, but not good enough for a medical diagnosis.
Betsy in NW WA: Good luck with your legal issue. :flowerforyou:
MariMcKeon: Welcome to a great group of supportive women. Stop by often. :bigsmile:
Machka: Thank you for sharing the March is Brain Injury Awareness Month link.
Tracy in Edmonton: Stay warm!!!
I had a lovely time at yoga this morning, and also burned some calories on an exercise machine. Nothing is on the calendar for tomorrow, but I have a riding lesson on Sunday. I’m looking forward to it. I’ve included my March Resolutions this time and the HALT Stress questions. The months change, but the resolutions stay the same. I keep them because they work for me. Halt Stress steps are helpful in my life, especially with a medically complicated DH.
Katla in Beautiful NW Oregon
March 2019 Resolutions
1. Log every bite and swallow. done
2. Cardio exercise at least 3 days a week. Work on strength and stamina. done
3. Have fun every day. Done 90% of days
4. Drink at least 3 glasses of water a day. done
5. Monitor sleep. Average 7 or more hours nightly. done
6. Avoid alcohol. Done 95% of days
Halt Stress :
1. Am I hungry?
2. Am I angry?
3. Am I lonely?
4: Am I tired?
For any yes answer, there are practical ways to help yourself. If I am hungry, I eat. If I am angry I can find a way to address the problem that caused anger. If I’m lonely, I can chat with this wonderful group, or DH, or call a friend. If I’m tired I can rest or sleep. It doesn’t make life perfect, but it sure helps smooth out some bumps.
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