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Saturday, October 04, 2014

I dont know what it is about the weather, but every year at about the time the weather changes i get really tierd, sluggish feeling, and lazy. I wish i knew why and i wish i knew how to fix it. I cant have caffeine because my nervous system is very sensitive, and i dont want a ot of sugar. I would like to do it a natural way where i dont end up giving myself a panic attack if i try it. Any suggestions would be helpful, thanks :)
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  • PUNKGIRL5003
    Im thinking about just maybe going to the gym when i work and when i dont just doing them at home for now. I hate being secluded in the apartment but i also get anxiety when im trying to go outside when i feel like this. Maybe i should just force myself to go for that walk to the gym even on my days off, i really dont know, but what i do know is i dont want any type of stimulants throwing off my central nervous system and making me have a food binge, thats what it does to me. Ill try getting out when its sunny out mon or tues
    2488 days ago
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    My energy gets lower as the amount of sunshine in the day decreases. I try to get out in the sun to energies my batteries. Today the sun and clouds were doing a dance but I kept going out when the sun was shining. It helped me.

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    2488 days ago
  • PUNKGIRL5003
    Ok i will do my best then thank you :)
    2488 days ago
    It is very normal to go through this during the changes of most seasons. Many people do including me. But it is also one of the easiest things to overcome. The following suggestion may seem to simple to work but it absolutely does. So here it is and I hope you will use it and see that it does truly work. Ready: Just keep on keeping on! emoticon
    2488 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/4/2014 1:45:39 PM
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