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Re: musings about my experience with Enada NADH KimberlyDi

Posted by Larry Hoover on August 6, 2003, at 7:28:38

In reply to Re: musings about my experience with Enada NADH Larry Hoover, posted by KimberlyDi on August 4, 2003, at 15:14:00

> Larry,
> I too have noticed a decrease in my allergies but not because of Enada NADH (I'll probably research that now). Rather, it's because of a healthier lifestyle and a better quality of sleep (thanks to trazadone and effexor). I get mentally & emotionally fatigued more than physical exhaustion because of the work I do. I'm 34 and I still require about 9 hours sleep a night to stay healthy.

I'm glad you know that about yourself. Getting the sleep *you* need is of vital importance, IMHO. My own turnaround really started when I got adequate treatment for my chronic insomnia.

> I'm also being sunburned less, but that's because I've actually spent time outdoors this year. I have the beginnings of a nice tan! In the past, I was a hermit, white as can be, emerging rarely then hobbling back indoors to medicate my sunburned skin (and self-medicate my twisted up emotions). I'm one-half Norwegian and very fair-skinned.

I hear ya. Still, this is an unprecedented thing for me, not sunburning this year. Despite the chilly spring weather in Canada, I used to wear a short-sleeved shirt in March for brief periods just to start exposing my skin a bit. I had to plan all sun exposures, because if I burned, I'd have to start all over again.

I was out in shorts yesterday for hours, and my white legs did not burn. I did spend a lot of the day in dappled shade, but I was always near water, and I'd generally burn under those conditions, even with sunscreen. I'm not complaining, believe me. But I am a little baffled that things are so very different for me, this year.

> It's amazing how, when you get it right, everything starts to fall into place.

You suggest a very important consideration, that getting things right (leading to remission) has whole-body effects. I am doing better psychologically this year than I have been in many years.

> I've seen your name several times and have the impression that your opinion is pretty much respected. Nice to meet you Larry.
> KDi in Texas

Pleasure meeting you, too.





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