I haven't made a diagnosis of the syndrome yet, but I can say that a proper diet, with fewer inflammatory foods, helps a lot. Sleep is something special to me. I'm trying to take naps during the day. When I get home from work, I take a shower and go to bed, this relaxes me and gives me more self-control and focus to finish the day. I avoid eating meat at night to get better quality sleep. I'm going for a walk in the morning, which is another life! But on Monday and Friday I do physical exercises at home. I don't do more than that, as my muscle recovery is slower, as I'm tall and very active. I say again about food, sugar for fat people is also bad, but they tend to suffer from pressure and the accumulation of fat. But excess sugar for thin people is perhaps worse, as the circulatory system is much more damaged and even the brain becomes inflamed, which interferes with well-being. .
Posted by caiopadilha.d.santos at 2023-11-20 14:45:43 UTC