Firing all all cylinders, looking far ahead, cruising speedSo, a little over a week ago we came back from Spain. A month of relaxation, family time, tanning, a little drinking have been good.
Last week I started working again, and the situation being what it was I worked hard and long hours to get things under control after a month of nearly not working.
And it went fine. The things that's been bothering me the most the last 6 months maybe is anxiety, panic anxiety and different kinds of worries that can seep energy leaving me unresponsive, unproductive and other things. The anxiety is now almost gone, it creeps up every now and then but haven't had a panic attack in many months. Every time I feel an attack creeping up I check that I've taken my meds, eaten enough and just trying to do normal things and relax. And then it passes.
Last week I started practice driving with my brother as well, we were out driving 2 times and it went surprisingly well. Mixing the clutch-, brake- and gass-pedals to get a smooth start and cruise, looking far ahead when driving (for pedestrians and other things) while keeping a steady pace, keeping within the lane etc. isn't that hard to do. With anxiety manageable I'm able to do new things, necessary things.
Now I'm going out to jog, trying Endomondo for the first time. Hit me up, I'm Morten W. Petersen (firstname.lastname@example.org) - would be nice to have some more friends on there.
Suitable amounts of exercise: Mental and physical health win.
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