Interests2016 will have a lot to live up too! Last year was London, Paris, Amsterdam and Bali... Ambassador for Diabetes WA, HBF Run for a Reason and the reversal of my Type 2 Diabetes. I didn't get to complete my Barista course but it's on this years To Do List! Fitness is going to be a bigger focus this year for me and a strong return to natural eating. The vegie garden is nearly ready for planting, weather is cooling down and 2016 is well on it's way. ღ AB
I've had CPR but not since having my band put in. I did have a Tonic Clonic seizure about 10 weeks ago, the first since my band was put in. It did affect my band by making it very tight. I had planned an adjustment two weeks after it (booked before seizure) but have not had an adjustment since as it is still tight. I have had more fill in my band than this and yet not felt it this tight. I had expected it to settle but it has not. My health is better too Trish and I had hoped not to need it, however with my Epilepsy I have had my husband perform CPR on me post seizure before and it saved my life.
So many places seem to have constant sales lately. Myer is one of them, as is Autograph. Good deals too. City Chic is a case of right place right time I think. I just got a new gorgeous bra there...was $59.95 down to $15. Every now and then Millers or Crossroads have something nice and feminine and they go to a size 20. Millers = cheap. Crossroads = good discount racks.
Hi goody Reasons I can think of for experiencing that are food choices (heavy carbs like pasta bread or rice), large mouthfuls of food that aren't chewed enough, eating too quickly (take your time between mouthfuls more) and perhaps posture when you eat (this can mess me up!). Conscious eating is something I struggled with initially and occasionally I still get a bit excited and swept up in moments eg. out with friends and talk and eat and oops! it's like someone has smacked me right on the shoulder blade and knocked the wind out of me. There are alot of variables with stuck moments or that post eating back pain that are well documented... anxiety, stress, depression, weather just to name a few and of course what I mentioned above. If you suspect anything serious consult your GP and/or Surgeon for advice. I have Nexium ocassionally too since acquiring my band and that helps.
I found my dietician fantastic for the first 3 months post surgery. After that well, I kinda figured out what I could and couldn't eat (physically). As for the mental part of what to and what not to eat... my Psychologist has helped me with that battle.