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Thursday 7/14

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Not sure what day I'm on. I started week 2 today. I had a really bad migraine yesterday and decided to take it easy yesterday. Tuesday I was suppose to start week 2 but I had some problems with finding the remote but I went swimming and went for a walk for an hr. It felt really good. So today I decided to start week 2. I did core today. My head started to throb some in the middle of exercising. But I did finish. I Made an appointment to see my Dr next month regarding my migraines. Hoping he is able to figure out why I get them. I can't go back to work if this keeps happening. Hoping for a good appointment. I did lose 2 lbs this week. I'm so excited. I've been the same weight for almost 4 wks. I normally rollercoaster with my weight but I never lose weight until about 4 wks ago i started maintaining my weight. Doesn't my body know I want to lose weight? I'm not giving up though. I'm going to keep working out. I feel good when I do. I'm glad to say I'm building new, good habits. That's all for now.
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  • GVLAKERGIRL
    I have migraines too and they're terrible! I finally quit my job because the doctors kept saying they were stress headaches. I'm getting them again - yesterday was the third day in a row. I do find, though, that when I follow the Daniel Fast/Plan, I don't get them. So, it's either sugar, dairy, or gluten (wheat) that gives them to me. I'd much rather not eat those foods than have these headaches. Also, make sure you're not getting dehydrated. Drink at least 64 oz of water each day, especially if you're sweating during workouts. I get bad headaches when I haven't had enough water; this could be your case too.
    Hope you find the cause!
    1798 days ago
  • no profile photo MEHMIMI
    keep it up
    1799 days ago
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