- Apr 24, 2017
Hiya Natalie!xHi R_Sxo,
I am sorry that I wasn't clearer. I had been counting the nightime sleeping habits, because yet again, over the past week, I would be waking up earlier than normal. So i was therefore counting the number of nights, i had broken or disruptive sleep on, that's all i meant.
The thouight did cross my mind, in terms of not being able to bend low, to pick up an item right down at supermarket floor level literally, that stretches did come to mind, you'll enoucourage me to do that, now. Not literally, now. in due course.
When the better weat her comes, Yoga might be something i'll wish to try, thoiugh, mind you, if there won't be difficult moves, that I shan't be able to cope with. I'll have to enquire at my centre, in North West London, whether if they still do Yoga Classes.
I shall see if i can watch a Yoga Class first, before trying.
My sleeping overall has improved, so I'm not too worried about my paranoia, levels, mind you, easier said then done, i basically just listen to music, all day, and all evening when based in at home, and also when I can, chair fitness, or do a normal workout in the day time, to help me sleep better at night. Sometimes, paranoia around 4a m, will just suddenly "bang" there it goes, to shock start in my system to wake me up at that juncture.
That's all for now,
Ah okay, thank you for explaining that! For the yoga, there are plenty of types - some are very easy on certain muscles, some are very intense, some are for physiotherapy etc, so I'm sure there'll be one that works for you! It doesn't even have to be a whole routine - you could just pick the ones that target your back.
Awh, that's a shame - hopefully that doesn't carry on too long, but have you had it checked to see if something like music would prevent paranoia from interrupting your sleep?x
Hope you feel better soon!x
Much love <3