Day 4 - what happened yesterday? by 11211cleanse .....
Lethargy, marijuana, prioritizing, weight gain?
Date: 1/26/2006 8:37:36 AM ( 16 y ago)
After writing the post about how I had stores of endless energy it all evaporated. Yesterday I ended up going from pepped up in the morning to totally lethargic for most of the day. I wanted to work but I ended up napping and resting all over the place, just throwing myself down most of the day. Around 5pm my energy returned and I was able to get a bunch of stuff done but by 10pm I was ready to collapse again.
Anyone got any input as to why I was so laid up? I have theories... sometimes when I've done enemas in the past it made me exhausted and lethargic afterwards - does the SWF do that? I don't remember that last time around. Also I wanted to avoid the work I had to do. Now I see that I'm better off completing the organization and cleaning of my household before I can really do the work I need to b/c I can't work when there's still a ton of stuff to do around the house. Also, I'm a pot smoker. I did smoke on day 1 & 2 but tried not to yesterday. Could not smoking have me so down? As soon as I did smoke a little the lethargy left me and I had energy again. Just a little bit from a 1-hitter. I'm not an excessive smoker, always just one little hit at a time when I do smoke. And I had 1.5 cigarettes yesterday. I know, I know... I'm supposed to be detoxing. I figure however that I am not eating, I can at least give myself this little oral fix.
This morning I did 40min on the elliptical already and am feeling fine. I cleaned myself out enough yesterday I feel that I don't need a SWF today. I've already had 2 rather large BM's considering I haven't eaten in days. This is the goop I remember. Dark brown and somewhat phlegmy in consistency. It floats. I'm going to drink some more 'Get Regular' tea now instead of the SWF.
Yesterday first thing in the morn the scale said 162. Today it said 162.5 first thing. Weird. Maybe all the elliptical work is building muscle?
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