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Re: I can relate.

Posted by Survector on May 30, 2004, at 11:40:23

In reply to I can relate., posted by Carlos C on May 30, 2004, at 1:55:00

> I too feel (now that off all meds) that exercise is my only avenue for having any self-esteem. Just a little over a year ago I had a great self-image. I was in very good shape, muscular and very proportional. Then I started Nardil and eventually turned into a hungry, tired, fat-ass.
> Anyways I can relate to your situation somewhat. I too, feel that great exercisers 'high' for a few hours. As the day goes my mood takes a sharp dive. Much like you explained it can carry on untill the next day. This make it VERY difficult to exercise the next day since I feel like crap which drains all my energy. Then I feel worse for doing a half-assed work out. It's a vicious cycle.

Exactly - and the negative effects of working out every day appear to be cumulative as the week goes on (until a break is taken over the weekend). Then, many times on Sunday afternoons/evenings, another irrational bout of depression and anxiety starts up which I cannot explain. This does not appear to be related to the beginning of a new school or work week necessairily (because it happens even when I have no upcoming weekly obligations at all).




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