I tend to always feel nauseous and vaguely headachey. I become dizzy quite easily, too. However, no one knows this. I just always feel “off” and I don’t know why. It’s not diabetes: the blood test I very recently had ruled that out. I can also fall asleep very easily: even in the daytime. I also feel sick in my stomach sometimes.
What could be causing these symptoms? And how do I tackle them?
Very good points Rebecca! Lots of activity, even just mental, can use up energy. I know that sometimes I just feel totally drained even when I have not does any real physical work, just trying to sort out a problem in my head. On the other hand a relaxing walk in the springtime sun seems to use less calories and even improve things.
You’ve got a point: using up mental energy can drain a person. Yet going out for a walk does increase energy levels. Because – ironically – the less a person does, the more tired they feel. Whereas if they’re active, they have more energy to do things.
Back to me: for the past few weeks, my legs have felt heavy and like an old lady’s when walking to my dad’s house. I feel really drained and like I am walking in syrup. It’s horrible. I don’t feel ill today, however. I don’t have a headache or anything. And my stomach doesn’t feel sick.
I think I’ll be alright. But I still feel there is an underlying health issue that I don’t know about.
I’m feeling better today: I had a nap in the late afternoon and woke up refreshed. A good sleep always helps. AND my headache is gone, which is wonderful. I am also glad it’ll be springtime soon: I am very much looking forward to the warmer months.
And springtime is a great time to declutter! Bin bags here I come! And I will be left in a clutter-free, pristine apartment. PLUS I will be having a new carpet put in and a new bathroom floor laid down. Next year it is the turn of my mattress! It’s all new stuff ahead.
A change always does one good.
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