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Re: Insomnia-euphoria

Posted by alexandra_k on February 17, 2020, at 7:59:29

In reply to Re: Insomnia-euphoria, posted by alexandra_k on February 13, 2020, at 2:01:45

Thanks for posting about this. I have been feeling very depressed, lately, like my life is on hold waiting for people who have no motivation or desire to do the things they are required to do for me to progress.. Just idling my life away in the swamp as I have been for the last, oh, I think maybe 7 years since my return to this country. In order to teach me a little lesson in 'be grateful for what you get' or 'we know what's best for you' or 'sometimes we don't get what we want' (a decision made by people who do in fact seem to have gotten most of the things that they wanted in life. namely, money and the power to do whatever they like (and use it for ill) and get away with it!)

Anyhoo... After posting this I got more seriously into exercise, again.

I got a road bicycle maybe 7 weeks ago. Has taken some time for me to get a bit used to the position so my back doesn't cramp up and my bum doesn't hurt too much from the saddle. A bit to learn to work a bit more as an endurance athlete (and spin those legs on a higher gear and take my time working up those hills) instead of more of a power athlete who stomps stomps stomps until she runs out of steam and has to get off and walk the rest of the hill.

Anyway... Things came together for me and I'm starting to feel the positive physiological effects from the exercise. Then it becomes addictive and I am awake at 5 or 6 am wanting to get up and get moving. Then I am wanting to be moving all the time. Get back from cycling. Feel like going for a walk. Get back from a walk. Feel like kicking a gym ball around for a while playing wall-ball mma fighting champion at the park... Just... Keep moving.

I wouldn't say my situation has changed at all. Maybe I'm feeling more... Anxious. Concerned. Rather than hopeless. Despair. I think that is the physiological arousal difference from the exercise. And I'm sleeping less hours for sure. Irregular, though. Naps, here and there.

Anyway... That's what I reckon about exercise and sleep and mood for me. NOt sure how it is for other people.




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