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Re: Insomnia-euphoria alexandra_k

Posted by Jadde on February 23, 2020, at 8:53:10

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

> Other time was with exercise.
>
> I don't mean a gentle little walk. I mean really hard exercise. Working really hard for a spin class or heavy squat routine.
>
> After that kind of exercise running a bit of a temperature as the body repairs the microdamage.
>
> Sleep a bit less. Sleep a bit lighter. Waking up earlier in the morning (5 or 6am) and ready to get up and move.
>
> There, I guess the exercise affected my sleep affected my mood. Without a change in circumstances otherwise. Though, I suppose I did feel good about feeling like I was making good progress on my fitness. But I think that was more physiological about exercise -> sleep -> mood. And I think it was sleep -> mood more than anything else.

I dont mean a gentle little walk

You are funny. I know what you are saying is true. As for exercise, ions ago I loved going to the gym. With Nardil weight gain came arthritis in my right hip so some things are just out. I also used to run, which I miss. On the plus side, I walk my dog daily and I bought a mat and weights. Oh who am I kidding, I need to get my *rs* to the gym.

As for sleep, its all over the place. Was sleeping the 12-13 hours you mention, now cant sleep for anything. Im lucky to get a straight 2 hours.

Exercise, sleep, mood. Im a bit more motivated!

Thanks :)

Jade


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