|07-10-2009, 02:14 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2008
I was out of town for 10 days, visiting family and friends.
I woke up each day just after dawn, took the dog for a walk, read the paper and prepared breakfast all before my early riser child got up. During the days I set small goals and accomplished them all. I found it not especially difficult to push through resistance to get things done.
THEN, I got home and the whole thing started again. BUT I figured something out. My allergies started to go haywire and with them an incrdible fatigue. I realize that much of my lethargy has to do with serious cat allergies.
What a relief! A large portion of what is standing in my way is physical rather than psychological. Identifying the source is half the solution.
Who here has made significant progress dealing with allergies? I began an over the counter drug yesterday but would love to read additional suggestions. This is really a life altering issue. I am living with indescribable fatigue due to these allergies.
|07-11-2009, 03:02 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Cleveland, OH
I think I had a pretty bad case of seasonal allergies a while ago; whatever it was I was sneezing and blowing my nose constantly, and my eyes sometimes itched. I started taking quercetin and stinging nettle supplements, as recommended by Andrew Weil. I also took apple cider vingegar (2 TBS each morning) for about 10 days. Now I just continue the supplements and I don't seem to have any allergies.
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