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I always sense residing guild wars 2 gold sell really exhausted extremely exhausted by frunescape Posted Thu 23 May 2013 6:09am I always sense residingguild wars 2 gold sellreally exhausted extremely exhausted, really need to locate a guy with a decent living, but is so challenging, sometimes Personally i think really detest, really like us is just not a few things i would like. I really like yet don'tgw2 goldlove me personally; probably I'm able to sense the girl emo ... Read on »
Extreme exhaustion and depression by Nancie .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 May 2009 10:34pm For the last 1 week, I have been experiencing extreme exhaustion. These few days, I am beginning to experience symptoms of depression. I am finding it hard to wake up in the morning, terribly exhausted, my mind so slowed down that I can't think or feel properly, no energy to do anything, can't enjoy anything I do, my feelings are basically fla ... Read on »
Functional Capacity = Extreme Exhaustion! by ndscott Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Apr 2010 9:17am Ugh, so this week has been pretty long so far.  And hard.  And tiring.  And now I am completely exhausted!  Wish I could say it was because I’ve been training hard and running far, but alas, it’s not. We’re slowly nearing the court date for settling everything from the accident I was in 5 years ago.  And with that, comes all sorts of testi ... Read on »
The danger of exhaustion by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Wed 18 Aug 2010 4:25am Exhaustion.  The kind of fatigue that develops as a result of the newborn crying again at 3 am.  The kind that develops while recovering from major surgery. The kind that no amount of cheering fixes.  Exhaustion is dangerous stuff that leads to apathy.  Apathy says, “I don’t give a rip. I don’t care.”    When one’s ... Read on »
Learning from experience isn’t as easy as it sounds by Lana B. Facebook Posted Tue 24 Apr 2012 12:00am This past weekend I found myself struggling with a very painful and exhausting flare-up.  It has been quite some time since I have encountered a flare this bad so if anything, it was long overdue.  The extreme exhaustion kept me in bed for two days.  Drifting in and out of sleep, I wanted to write down what I was feeling down mostly b ... Read on »
Wild as the Day is Long: The Restorative Medicine of Avena by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 17 Apr 2010 5:18pm There’s nothing quite like the sound of a warm spring wind rustling through a vibrantly green patch of Oats. Bowed with the weight of their ripening fruit, they nod and toss their heads with each breeze. Their sweet smell and long smooth leaves certainly invite us to sit down and get acquainted with them. In case you can’t tell, Avena is a ... Read on »
Should I Be (More) Worried About My Body? …Yet? by patientanonymous Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 13 Mar 2010 12:00am I’ve just come home, and am “conveniently” wearing Gastro Man’s scrubs as pyjamas.  Yes, my Gastroenterologist gave me some of his scrubs.  Yes, I am that close with all of my physicians.  I feel like crap, am ready for bed, so have also just taken my meds.  I am extremely exhausted.  Regardless, because of lateness (not even?) illness, and bei ... Read on »
A HypnoBirthing story--Roshni & Naveen by Carol Yeh-Garner Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Feb 2012 7:00pm Roshni & Naveen took my HypnoBirthing classes at Seaside Women's Health in Encinitas to prepare for their second birth. Their first birth was a c-section and they very much wanted to have a vaginal birth after c-section. They decided to have a homebirth with Dr. Biter & San Diego Midwife, LaShel Montgomery and Jamin Sylvada. Baby Ira’s Birth S ... Read on »
The Closest Death by patientanonymous Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 13 Oct 2010 12:00am R.’s dad dying last Saturday had more of an effect on me than I thought it would.  I’m not surprised at the fact that it would have a serious effect on me, but I didn’t know how or what that would be. Perhaps, “more” isn’t a suitable word.  Because everything I felt, feel–they can’t be “measured.”  The ... Read on »
Lycopodium Clavatum: Solve your Abdominal problems by Sanjib S. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 25 Oct 2010 1:32pm Lycopodium clavatum , also known as Stag’s Horn or Wolf Paw Clubmoss is widespread in northern temperate, sub arctic and alpine environments. Lycopodium clavatum is an ancient species resembling some of the earliest plants to live on land. A powder is prepared from the spores of the Lycopodium pollen, which has many commercial uses includin ... Read on »