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Darco slept…I’m not kidding from 10:00 PM last night to 12:00 PM this afternoon. That would be a staggering 14 hours without getting up, once! I tagged on another 10 hours last night as well. Frankly, someone could have stolen “the dark one” and we would not have known due to sleep.
The light is at the end of the tunnel, I can see it, but our family is taking quite the beating in order to get there.
I’ve missed being at the office for three days this week. I missed out on the ALS ice bucket challenge, I missed out on pupusas El Salvador style…all because of this stupid cold.
All the nasty stuff has ended, minus a serious sinus issue in my head, and an occasional blocked ear. Sudefed didn’t meet my anticipation so I’m switching over to DayQuil to get this crud moving. The coughing has started, and I know that one place that I’m at serious fault for is not staying hydrated through all of this.
I’ve been reading up on sinus congestion, colds, the flu, etc…and you know what I’m learning? It’s not uncommon for this garbage to hang around for seven days. SEVEN DAYS! Forget that garbage, I’ll drug myself stupid to get out of this apartment tomorrow. My head may not be in it, but I’ve got to get out.
I took a shower for the first time in three days…
That’s where the adventure ended. Between the vertigo, pressure, and sinus headache I was KO’d by the time I left the bathroom.
Praise God I have a job where I can work from home…
…I’m so sick of this garbage.
I’m so over being sick…
Sudafed knocked out the clogged ear canal something quick. I was able to keep noodles down for lunch, so I consider that a small victory in itself. I did some very light stretching from the bedroom down the hall to the front door and back, just I could move.
The headache is still taking its toll at the moment, and I have been reduced to ZERO energy. Meaning, I made it down the hall twice before I was too tired to keep going.
I feel better, that much is true, but I still feel like absolute garbage.
On the bright side, at least this is thoroughly cleaning out my system.
This is my only chance to type between doses of NyQuil. I couldn’t figure out if I was messing with allergies or a seasonal cold last night…until I went to get in bed.
With the apartment sitting at 70℉, I was uncontrollably shaking under a multitude of blankets. In other words, I’m sick.
It’s around 3:00 PM currently and I’m just now waking up. Darco went to go grab more fluids, and I’m stuck in bed for the day.
It seems like a light variant of the flu, so at this point I’d suspect I’ll be able to go again tomorrow morning, probably with some assistance from DayQuil.
Interestingly enough, I’ve had this seasonal cold twice this year, both during the two hottest weeks in the year.
This is for the health nuts out there. Something that I’m experiencing first hand.
If you eat healthy, train, and aim to live a healthy life when you’re injured your body will make repairs quickly.
Today is the second day since the hamstring injury, but I can already flex my hamstring, walk, and have near full rotation of it.
That comes with a price though. My body knows it’s injured, no different compared to being sick. Because of this I’ve been at a level of exhaustion both days, and sleeping has been insane…