- From: "Martin Davies" <mart2306@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006 11:53:31 GMT
The Invalid wrote:
On Wed, 22 Feb 2006 10:14:11 GMT, "Martin Davies"
The Invalid wrote:
On Tue, 21 Feb 2006 21:33:46 GMT, "Martin Davies"
Tony(UK) wrote:Some things I would love to do but *sigh* am unable
Further to the Ginkgo thread, do any of you take any other
Like many, I tend to suffer with depression at times, but I have a
severe reaction to every anti-depressant the doctor has
prescribed. As a last resort, he has suggested taking St. John's
Wort. I've been doing this for around a month, but have not had
Does anyone have any supplements they swear by?
I keep a high supply of caffeine in my system - useful when I need
to get past exhaustion temporarily.
Only tend to use it when out bowling or horse riding though.
Thats what I said when I became disabled.
Now I try things I haven't done in years, or things I don't know from
experience I cannot do.
Hoping to try rock climbing and absailing this summer.
Windsurfing or land yachting next summer.
I simplly cannot bend down sufficiently or painlessly for bowling (I
assume you mean open green bowls) and sitting on a horse would shake
my back and hips too much.
However I did try scuba diving last year and ws surprised how good it
I can't stand upright and move much with a heavy ball in my hand, but enjoy
ten pin bowling all the same.
Nowhere near my previous skill, but still enjoyable. Haven't played green
bowls in years, though might give it a try in the next couple of years
We often find some things are impossible due to pain or danger. But then we
find other things that we can do.
I found myself becoming even more housebound over the course of last year.
So since December, have been pushing to do things, go places and arrange
The limits we set ourselves can sometimes be worth pushing. The ones imposed
by our bodies are a different matter.