My Journey

Post Covid – Week 3

This week has been a struggle. I have been over Covid for nearly a week, yet I’m still having symptoms such as feeling tired, having headaches and congestion.

I’ve been trying really hard to not let it get to me, but it’s very hard.

I want to be working out, but I’m struggling to get through Yoga atm, as I keep getting out of breath. It really does suck that I’m not feeling well yet, and my patience is struggling.

I haven’t been eating well either, and I know that the poor diet will be contributing to not feeling great.
I’m unorganised with planning what I am eating for the week, so that’s on the agenda for this week lol.

Writing these blog posts about my struggles is helping me to stay accountable, even though I haven’t really done much towards my goal, I know that one day I will be able to do these workouts that I am craving to do.

For me, exercise is that one goal that helps me to get my other goals done, so without it, I struggle.

I hope that you have all had a great week this week, and if you haven’t, I hope that you can take comfort from knowing that you are not alone; I’m right here struggling along with you 😀

Hopefully I have some better news next week!

Much love,
Nat

3 Comments

  • So_Real

    Covid batters your body worse than any illness except polio.

    You need extra protein, vitamins and minerals to make the repairs and plenty of sleep too.

    This time of year everyone’s vitamin D is really low too so make sure to take extra to get your metabolism and brain function working their tickety-boo-est (vitamin D with K2 is the best).

    Get over the covid and don’t stress about your plan A for fitness. Plan B will work just as well 😃

    Good luck!

  • Kelly Roland

    Stress I’m sor sorry you’re dealing with this. I had Covid back in May last year and almost died. I spent 6 days in the hospital on oxygen. I still have some lingering side effects, memory loss is one of them. But in the month following I had significant hair loss, loss of appetite, numbness in my feet and legs (I’d go short spurts unable to walk) issues with breathing/maintaining steady breath. And problems with speech being just a few. It was the scariest time of my life. I triply hope and pray you’re able to get your life back. Love and hugs!!
    -GEEKmomm

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