i still feel crappy most days, even though I am on 30 mgs of hydrocortisone and 4 grains of NP thyroid and multiple supplements.
I know my diet really needs to improve and i could use some exercise, however, i am not sure how much exercise or what kind I should be doing. Well exercise cause me problems since my body won't kick out extra cortisol for the extra exertion?
I don't know how it is for you, but If I am active one day - or rather TOO active, I pay the next day. So if I get frustrated and push push push - then I end up sick, in a lot of pain or weak but I have the MG as well - so it may differ with you.
I guess what I'm really wondering, is should my regular dose of HC be enough for me to do active exercise without causing me problems, or would I need to take a little extra Hc if I know I will be very active?
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