About Me: Female, 54, Miami, FL, member since Jun 2010
I am 49 and I have been married for 32 yrs. I have two children and four grandchildren. I love spendng time with family, going to the beach, shopping, listening to music (all kinds) boating, fishing, sports and playing with my grandbabies (ages 1mth to 5 yrs)
Just a quick note to say hi! Hey Sunshine! I am visiting my dad at the Cape (Cod), and am enjoying myself. You seem to be the only one who had that "up and down" feeling after you detoxed. I posted my question about the dizziness and didn't get anyone who had it? I have been excercising pretty hard every day. I am still dizzy or should i say up and down feeling, like the ground is moving under me? or I am moving? I can't explain it! how long did this feeling last for you? I am still craving sugar so bad. I have gained about 5 or 6 lbs. and am trying to keep a lid on it! thanks for any light you can shed.
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