July 15th, 2009 to March 19th, 2012.
...Just about three years.
Last night I fell asleep in front of the TV, and then went to bed at 2:22 a.m.
I have learned to fall asleep easily, even though I often sleep in the daytime. But, last night, I could only rest, nearly sleep.
I soon realized that I had no 'heaviness' left, anywhere in my body.
Gently and gradually I flexed most of the muscles in my body. They were light...I could feel even my left hand and leg. I could lift my left knee, easily.
I made no sudden moves and wondered if I would feel the same in the morning.
I feel light.
I feel my whole body...nothing is 'heavy'.
I am still wobbly and I think that's because I haven't 'exercised' or used some muscles for a long time.
Most every day since I came home from hospital I have joined my husband for about an hour of outdoor work.
Standing is a part of the job, but mostly I use my arms...sorting bottles and cans. I lift heavy boxes a few times daily.
The rest of the day fatigue keeps me in my recliner chair, or I lie down and sleep.
I have worried that this lifestyle is not the best for me, but I have been doing what my body seems to require.
I recently dropped all wheat, milk, and fructose. I felt the improvement immediately...the first day.
I began a paracidal Wormwood
combination two days ago. I'd have used Humaworm but it takes 20 days to get here, and I felt pressure in the duodenum...critters or gas.
I also have what I think is a 'stuck' gallstone.
'They' told me I have diabetes, but I am sure there is nothing wrong with my pancreas.
I take no meds...not even any supplements on a regular basis.
My teeth are in terrible shape but that costs too much to change according to dentists. (When you become old and poor you fall off the conveyor belt onto the lowest layer...where you inherit the surgery route, priced according the difficulty of the work, or what they can extract from you...something like that.)
I won't say what I think of dentists...me, who had never had a cavity until I was eighteen and a dentist made one with an explorer, told me the tooth was 'soft' and needed filling. He gave me a hand mirror to watch him do it.
I've had three occasions in about a week where an area of my left ankle began to itch for a few minutes, and then I could feel that spot...lightly...as though it needed some exercise.
The Fledge is quietly rejoicing with dh, a wonderful caregiver.
Give up sugar, processed food, all sodas, wheat, milk, fructose (fruit sugar), unwholesome fats.
Do coffee enemas.
Move every day.