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Discussion: Good assessment

in: jennyr; jennyr > 2018-12-29

Dec 29, 2018 5:02 PM # 
philm64:
It's easy to say, but you will have bad nights, it's inevitable, but luckily, you were able to see that you had spent the day in a healing state, so the night didn't matter as much (whilst being not the best, but.... you were still mainly lying there).

It's also very promising that your brain is clear (very). Hope you don't get a crash, but if you do, it will pass..... headache too .
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Dec 30, 2018 10:24 AM # 
jennyr:
Yep, it's hard during the night, but it always passes eventually! At the moment the good nights are getting better so it is going in the right direction over all!

Very glad the fog is clearing! Makes every day life so much more enjoyable and is a big relief for January!
Thanks, think this time I have avoided it. Fingers crossed!
Dec 31, 2018 3:51 PM # 
philm64:
This is good news. Brain being clear , IMO, is key to the whole syndrome. It will fog again at some point, for sure (and don't beat yourself up when it does); but if you can generally maintain a reasonably clear head , through the pacing of your activities, then you are moving in the right direction!

Happy new year!
Dec 31, 2018 6:41 PM # 
jennyr:
Happy new year! :)

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