My heart is racing this morning..the doctor won't treat my thyroid condition until 6 weeks after detox.. That's making me a little upset..but oh well. I find myself bored.. I'm not relaxed from the somas & old man winter keeping me in doors...
Congrats on Day 7
Try to relax and do some deep breathing. It will help with the heart racing.
Keep busy around the house. I wish you were here lol. I need lots of help around the house.
Maybe in the afternoon you can get out for a walk. The fresh air will feel really good. Bundle up and go for a short walk.
You are doing great.
The walking will really help. I am in Canada and it's cold here too.
I wear an extra sweater and heavy coat but my ears still freeze lol.
I am just not a hat person.
How is your energy and are you sleeping much?
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