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EXHAUSTED!!!! by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Fri 05 Feb 2010 12:00am These last two weeks especially this one has left me mentally, emotionally and physically exhausted!!! see more Lolcats and funny pictures Read on »
how to keep running when your exhausted.. by nvilchez Posted Wed 26 Jan 2011 6:34pm hi guys im still doing the tennis thingso today i thought id post an article i found over at fitday.com . As alot of you already know i suffer from exhaustion when running often, in the perfect world i would be rested and ready to run but we all know that some times its just not possible, life gets busy, we get stressed and negative thoughts alon ... Read on »
My remedy for heat exhaustion! by Sarena Posted Fri 25 Jun 2010 9:22am Where to begin?  I am so glad it is Friday.  Thursday was kind of an exhausting stinker.  I blame the heat on all of it, so when the sun set, things got better!   The illustrator and I are really getting into the groove with walking and I am loving it.  I asked him last night if we were walking in the morning and he said, "Um yeah, it is the high ... Read on »
exhaustion by CFMama Posted Thu 20 Oct 2011 8:42pm I am both mentally and physically exhausted.  I don’t think any amount of sleep at this point would be enough. Last night I went up to bed at 7:45 pm, while Jay finished up Nathan’s treatments.  Usually I hang out downstairs and doze off on the love seat sofa while watching TV with Jay, but the show on wasn’t interesting enough to be worthy ... Read on »
Exhaustion and Rest Days by Kristin @ Every Day Is Run Day Posted Mon 01 Jul 2013 8:22am After a bit of a set back after the River Towns Marathon, I am very happy to be running pretty much back to normal. Normal being my usual 5 days per week of Tue-Wed-Thurs-Sat-Sun. I am also quite excited to be biking to work again. Our ride is about 16 miles round trip on a fairly flat path (except for the monster 0.2 mile hill to my front doo ... Read on »
Physical Theraphy by imicsome Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 May 2009 11:18pm Round two of PT was in the evening yesterday. I go to therapy fully secure in the knowledge that my therapist is a masochist and his full intention is to cause me as much suffering as possible. Thank goodness he does NOT disappoint or I would have zero chance of walking again. I also have the foresight to make sure someone goes with me for the ho ... Read on »
The Basics of Jogging by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:07pm Dr. George Sheehan Copyright The George Sheehan Trust Permission to post has been requested Dr. Joan Ullyot and boys sample the joys of a jog. Joan graduated from jogging to marathoning. Our fancy often turns to dreams of past glories, to those years when our bodies did our will. The morning air, the bright sun, the gre ... Read on »
Feeling Stressed? Reach for the Flowers.... The Amazing Healing Power of Flower Remedies to Energize by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 07 Feb 2014 11:06am If you are feeling at all emotionally or physically drained or a bit off balance there is hope and it lies just outside your doors.. or something like that.  Beyond drugs, herbs and even traditional homeopathy is something quite amazing and very natural.  The essence of flowers. As the ancient civilizations brewed up various elements of flower ... Read on »
Sweet Cream: The Medicine of Milky Oats by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 11 Aug 2008 9:12pm Latin Name: Avena sativa, Avena fatua Common Names: Milky Oats, Wild Oats, Catgrass Taste: Sweet Energetics: Neutral to Sl. Warm, Sl. Moist Actions: Nervous and endocrine resorative, relaxant and stimulant nervine, antispasmodic This vibrant green grain has slowly but surely become a very important (and lately, necessary) ally ... Read on »
Why Lying on the Couch is OK. by Abigail S. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Oct 2012 3:00am by Lorraine Faehndrich Hanging out on the couch and doing nothing is generally frowned upon in our culture. On the whole, we tend to value working hard and getting things done.  As a result, one area where it is easy to get tripped up on the mind body journey is when it comes to listening to your body’s signals to stop and do nothing. ... Read on »