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Author Topic: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017  (Read 4735 times)

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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #15 on: January 29, 2017, 09:03:21 am »
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time to check in

The past week has sucked for me, so this challenge hasn't been at the forefront of my mind, but I did still attend WeightWatchers Thursday (I thought I'd see it through in spite of the timing not being good, because if they didn't get sufficient numbers then they might not run this at work again in the future).

I weigh the most I ever have (which is not a surprise, but does mean that I badly need to lose some for the sake of my health if nothing else).

I forgot to add in my original post that I usually swim on a Thursday, though only about 20 lengths - I didn't go this past Thursday, and I may not make it this coming Thursday either depending on how things are, but hopefully the week after that I'll start again with the swimming.

I intend to try and start again with all the rest of this from tomorrow onwards.  I have, however, managed to keep up with the drinking water instead of fizzy drinks and I got a prescription from my doctors surgery to help me sleep (an antihistamine tablet, so should help without the "hangover" or other undesirable side-effects of full-on sleeping tablets).

Hope everyone else who's joining in this thread is going good...  :)
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #16 on: January 29, 2017, 10:43:35 am »
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Hope everyone else who's joining in this thread is going good...  :)

 
Hi all. Pretty worn out/in pain at the moment after going to a (cancelled... grr...) appointment on Thursday and then back out to escort my teenager to a film club for autistic teens the same evening (and it was too far to come home so I sat in a cafe to wait which was nice enough but the chair was Not Suitable). Still, I've been making a tiny bit of progress with some stuff - been looking at trying a low FODMAP eating plan thingy for a bit to try and help with stomach troubles. Going to have to ease into the 'two month full exclusion' stage, I think, but hopefully it'll be at least somewhat doable.

Have been getting out a tiny bit more (though still struggling with it because of legs/hip/spoons). Been practicing meditation. Also been decluttering which isn't strictly speaking health/fitness related, but sort of also is? Spoon intensive, though, esp as it's now quite the trek down to the skip outside our building as they locked up the chute room a while ago :/

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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #17 on: February 12, 2017, 09:08:08 am »
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I intend to try and start again with all the rest of this from tomorrow onwards.

[Note: Specific weight numbers in the spoiler]
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So I weighed in at WW Thursday and I had lost 1lb (less than .5kg) - that doesn't sound like much at all, but considering my husband and myself had still been in comfort eating mode the week prior it's still a result.  Hopefully I can keep it up this coming week and lose a further lb.


I've been resisting the biscuit rounds & birthday cakes at work, have been taking a packed lunch most days plus fruit for snacks, intermittently remembering vitamins/supplements and continuing to drink more water than fizzy drinks.  I haven't been remembering to take a break to read or something at lunch because I tend to spend lunch breaks recording what I've eaten on the WW website, and I haven't been remembering to use my daylight simulation lamp at all, but this is still progress in many of the areas I identified.
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #18 on: February 12, 2017, 11:58:16 am »
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I've been resisting the biscuit rounds & birthday cakes at work, have been taking a packed lunch most days plus fruit for snacks, intermittently remembering vitamins/supplements and continuing to drink more water than fizzy drinks.  I haven't been remembering to take a break to read or something at lunch because I tend to spend lunch breaks recording what I've eaten on the WW website, and I haven't been remembering to use my daylight simulation lamp at all, but this is still progress in many of the areas I identified.

 
Hi, Pickle -

Yay for taking good steps! However, can I ask a favour, and ask you to avoid weight specific numbers in this thread, or at least put them behind a spoiler cut? I just did that with the quoted post.

As I mentioned in the first post, I'm someone for whom seeing numbers can push me into disordered eating, which is decidedly not healthy for me. I hope we can keep this thread helpful for me and for other people for whom it's true (since it's a pretty common thing for people!)

To put spoiler code in, it's like the quote code, only with the word spoiler instead of quote, so it looks like this.

[spoiler]Text you want to hide[/spoiler]. It's also useful to put a quick comment in advance about what's hidden.

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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #19 on: February 12, 2017, 12:14:00 pm »
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So, my progress for the past week has been significantly foiled by weather - I got up early to go swimming on Wednesday, only to find my car encased in ice and the parking lot a sheet of black ice. I sensibly turned the car on to thaw, and went back inside (and there was less ice when I let to go to work an hour later.)

Thursday, we had a snow day.

Friday, the fitness club was closed until mid-morning, due to the previous snow, and I got my exercise digging out the car (which took me about 40 minutes all told, and that was basically digging out the front end.)

We're getting more snow tonight, and even if I go in to work tomorrow, I'm not anticipating getting moving early enough to swim. (Also, I will likely have to dig out the car again first - we're on the border between rain and snow, but it's currently coming down as snow.)

Foodwise, I'm continuing to poke at specific stuff to see if it's helpful with mixed results (which on one hand is annoying, but on the other hand means that the more restrictive stuff I'm trying in February in terms of the kinds of food I eat looks like it's not making a big difference, in which case I can readily go back to being less restrictive again at the end of the month without bad results.)

My big discovery of the last week is making oven foil packets: I am doing mine with chicken and vegetables. They're very fast to put together, go straight in the freezer, and then I'm making one for dinner at night, and another to eat for lunch then next day.
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #20 on: February 13, 2017, 07:07:49 am »
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Checking in.


More checking in, because oh my gods I need to actually remember to come to this thread. Goals crossed off or updated as needed.

Stamina/getting the body in better functioning mode-type goals

-continue knitting and crochet --haven't knitted at ALL recently; will push myself to do so this week
-start taking my iron again -- have not been perfect with this, but have been remembering more often than not
-improve my sleep: stop skipping nights with CPAP; go to bed earlier -- yeah, ok, still going to bed late, but haven't skipped CPAP
-continue taking massive amounts of Vit. D3 for a while because (spoiler for TMI)
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I have a cut in a *very* sensitive area, and I've had it for months now (started out as an abrasion and now it's a cut). I thought it was healed up, but surprise, it was not and now I'm back to being in excruciating pain. Long story short this is how we discovered I am probably lacking in Vitamin D, because of its direct connection to wound healing as well as fatigue and muscle ache and generally most of my other symptoms; also my car being broken has meant I have been housebound for weeks and thus getting ZERO sunlight as our basement suite is basically windowless.

Anyway until I'm healed/no longer deficient in Vitamin D swimming is out of the question, so all that stuff is on hold.


Don't worry, I've researched Vitamin D and am taking well within the safe amounts. I'm just taking more than the recommended daily because of my deficiency, but you need to be taking well over 10,000 IU daily before you're running a risk of toxicity, and I'm taking like, 6,000 IU a day.

Changing food habits

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Haven't been for blood tests yet; Ogre and I had flu and illness and then the Snowpocalypse happened, so we're pushing off starting keto till March.


Specific things to get sorted out in the next few months in order to support overall health goals

-talk to doc again for compression sock scrip
-call psych office
-get back into the swing of things with bullet journalling and keep track of stuff in it. -- am doing much better with this.

Overall doing okay, not as well as I'd like, but being gentle with myself right now. I am doing much better in other areas of my life, though, like work and writing, so it's okay that I'm falling behind on this stuff. Only so many spoons in a day!
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #21 on: February 13, 2017, 07:12:37 am »
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So, my progress for the past week has been significantly foiled by weather


I feel this so hard. We got a Snowpocalypse up here.

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My big discovery of the last week is making oven foil packets: I am doing mine with chicken and vegetables. They're very fast to put together, go straight in the freezer, and then I'm making one for dinner at night, and another to eat for lunch then next day.

 
Huzzah for food discoveries! Especially ones that are fast and not overly spoon-consuming. :)
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #22 on: February 13, 2017, 07:13:43 am »
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I've been resisting the biscuit rounds & birthday cakes at work, have been taking a packed lunch most days plus fruit for snacks, intermittently remembering vitamins/supplements and continuing to drink more water than fizzy drinks.  I haven't been remembering to take a break to read or something at lunch because I tend to spend lunch breaks recording what I've eaten on the WW website, and I haven't been remembering to use my daylight simulation lamp at all, but this is still progress in many of the areas I identified.

 
Hooray for progress! :thup:
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #23 on: February 13, 2017, 07:16:58 am »
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More checking in, because oh my gods I need to actually remember to come to this thread.

 
Forgot to add:

Have been drinking much more water recently, mainly to stave off my current habit of getting headaches in the morning. It seems to be working? The hard part is remembering to actually get up and refill my cup (large portable cold-drink cup with a straw).
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #24 on: February 13, 2017, 08:08:57 pm »
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Don't worry, I've researched Vitamin D and am taking well within the safe amounts. I'm just taking more than the recommended daily because of my deficiency, but you need to be taking well over 10,000 IU daily before you're running a risk of toxicity, and I'm taking like, 6,000 IU a day.


Thoughts on Vitamin D!

- First, if you live north of about Georgia in the US, we get the wrong angle of sunlight to produce Vitamin D between about October and May. If you are like me and store it very badly, this is a problem.

- If testing is possible, I recommend doing that. I take massive prescription doses (50,000 IU twice a week) and have for years, and it's both cheaper and easier than supplementing OTC. (My last month's was something like $3.36 for a month.)    

- We test me periodically to make sure it's not pushing toward the upper limits, but that level keeps me comfortably in the 'this is the range we want' area. But it makes such a difference in some of my tired and about 90% of my achy. (When we started treating it,  I went "Wait, that dull ache isn't a thing I have to have? Oh!")

(It is, however, the medication I reliably have the most annoyance with pharmacies and my insurance about since everyone believes y dosage is a thing you do very briefly and/or that my doctor added a zero, so every time I move or change doctors, I have to do the little dance of "No, this is what I mean, really.")
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #25 on: February 17, 2017, 03:29:28 pm »
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can I ask a favour, and ask you to avoid weight specific numbers in this thread, or at least put them behind a spoiler cut?

 
Sorry, the first post spoke about exercise or weight loss goals expressed as numbers and I took that too literally, didn't realise that applied to progress updates too - I wouldn't have posted as such had I realised.  Also, I didn't know how to do the spoiler thing until you expressly set out the code - thank you for that.

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Thoughts on Vitamin D!


Interesting post

Spoiler:-
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I try to take a fairly high-ish strength OTC vitamin D supplement when I remember, and this convinces me even more that I should aim to remember much more often than I do.


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Update: I attended WW yesterday and I was somewhat pleased with the outcome.

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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #26 on: February 21, 2017, 11:35:28 am »
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Right, it's Tuesday. Time for an update.

- I went swimming only once last week due to weather (Monday was a snow day) and migraine (Wednesday).

- I did a long full day trip down on Sunday to visit my mother and brother (and his family) in Connecticut that was a very long day (left my apartment at 7am to get the train, got home at 10pm) that was good, but left me with a lot less oomph to get things done on the holiday yesterday than would have been ideal. (On the other hand I wasn't totally wiped out either, so progress, I guess?)

I did however navigate the food issues successfully.

(My brother and his family are vegetarians, and we have a very narrow possible overlap in protein sources because I don't eat soy protein. This is tricky since I also need a fair amount of protein to function. Fortunately, since the last time I was down there, they have acquired many chickens so I ate excellent quiche and came home with a bunch of fresh eggs.)

- I am keeping extensive stats on my life at the moment (I'm spending February poking at if some specific food changes are worth doing, and the evidence thus far is that the stuff I'm finding easier to do is probably worth it, but the parts I find harder aren't making much difference, so yay?)

But in case it's helpful to other people, I am tracking:
- Minutes of activity (derived from the pedometer app on my phone: I do this partly so I know when I've done a significant amount more than usual, so I can rest/take care of myself as needed.)
- Minutes of explicit exercise
- Number of words I've written
- How many days I did substantial writing
- If there were unusual days in my schedule or days I was sick.
- A productivity maker (using the knuts/sickles/galleons thing I talk about in this blog entry, which is still working really well for me. I count up the tasks for each day, and do a sum each week)
- breakdown of my Tarot card of the day by suit. (I also have another sheet to see if particular cards keep coming up, though so far data is inconclusive because I only started in January, and that's not a huge number of data points.)

I'm sort of curious about being able to cross-reference these as I get more data, but with only 7 weeks in there right now, patterns are a bit inconclusive.
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #27 on: February 28, 2017, 10:35:19 am »
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Where does the time go?

My big win for the week was that I was out and about on Saturday, more than usual, and first did a bus ride and modest walk (about two tenths of a mile each way) to help someone with a computer issue.

Then I took the bus down to my local public library, puttered there for a bit, and then met someone from my local Pagan community for coffee the next block over. I then walked home, without falling over when I got there, which is a huge win.

(It's only about half a mile from the coffee shop to my apartment, but that's right on the edge of my usual limits, and I'd had a difficult enough morning body-wise I ordered grocery delivery rather than going out shopping in the morning. So having it feel actually good for a change was nice.)

I'd really like to have 'can walk to library and back' be a lot more reliable because I love the building, it's nice to have somewhere to go and write and focus, and, well, library. But parking near there can be stressful and sort of dire. (There is also a bus that runs every 15ish minutes, so if I walk and then don't feel up to walking back, I have options.)
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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #28 on: March 01, 2017, 04:50:07 pm »
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progress, I guess

 
Quote from: Jenett;203304
My big win for the week was that I was out and about on Saturday, more than usual

 
Hooray for progress and wins!

Tomorrow is WW day and I shall find out if I'm still making any progress - I hope so, but yesterday was a day of temptation food-wise* so I'm not sure, I'll have to wait and see.

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At worst I feel like I've probably stagnated, which I can live with, and I'm reasonably confident I haven't gained back everything I'd previously lost.

Progress so far has been gradual, which I'm more than fine with because I don't want sudden dramatic weight loss and consequent 'saggy' skin if I can avoid it.


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It was pancake day, and I can't resist pancakes.  I was somewhat restrained, though, and only had a level teaspoon of sugar on each pancake together with lemon juice which I believe is free of WW points.

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Re: Health and fitness challenge, chronic illness edition, winter 2017
« Reply #29 on: March 12, 2017, 09:53:32 am »
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Tomorrow is WW day and I shall find out if I'm still making any progress

I still made progress with WW last week and the week before, so I'm pleased by that.

I've been drinking more diet cola again, which is a shame because I had more or less kicked that habit.  Having said that I'm not back to drinking as much as before, so it could be worse.  I've been remembering my vitamins etc and to use my daylight simulation lamp again the past couple of days.

Unfortunately I've just this morning injured my neck and I'm sat here waiting for some painkillers to kick in & to find out how bad it is, so I don't yet know if it'll have an impact on my activities (including ability to stand in the kitchen & cook etc) over the next few days or so.

Are we going to have a Spring 2017 thread, too?
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