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Stage 2 Fit
7/9/2010 4:28:09 AM
| first of all, most of us probably weren't |
thinking of you to be a girl. I guess you
better see a doctor about it. we could
have a thousand theories and all of them
might work. the thing is you can sue
doctors if they're wrong but you can't sue
anyone for these posts if they're wrong.
4/23/2010 12:26:58 AM
| Great forum you have here. I really enjoyed reading your posts and what I want to say|
is that keep up the good work. I will be following you forum.
4/19/2010 4:31:21 PM
| It sounds like you might have tape worms , but im no doctor i would go see a doctor to make sure. |
Stage 1 Fit
4/7/2010 12:53:36 PM
| Hey Need advice,|
How active are you? You should do some intense
activity every day. Exercise releases endorphins in
your body that will help you sleep at night.
Also, what is your nutrition like? That can affect
Try this workout 3 to 4 times a week. Do it at home,
no equipment needed.
Here's an acronym to help you remember a circuit:
Some Lucky People Deserve Brock and Marta
(I'm Brock, my fiance is Marta).
The first letter of each word stands for an exercise:
Move (skip, run on the spot, etc.)
Do each exercise for 1 minute then move right to
the next one. If you can get through the circuit 3
times I guarantee you'll be sweating!
I hope this helps!
3/22/2010 4:34:57 AM
Staying healthy encompasses a wide variety of
things. To keep your body healthy, you need to eat
right, exercise, and get plenty of sleep. Sometimes,
it can be difficult to follow a healthy diet when your
main source of food is a cafeteria and items that
can be prepared in a microwave. However, you
need to make sure that you eat plenty of fresh food
and vegetables, as well as whole wheat and lean
proteins. You can store apples, oranges, and
bananas in your dorm room if food is allowed. Also,
you can get frozen bags of mixed vegetables to pop
in the microwave whenever you feel like you need
some more greens.
7/12/2009 11:18:35 AM
| Without being a specialist in that field, have you seen a medical doctor? You should ask about being referred to a sleep specialist as they may not know enough. |