|I've been researching non-stop since yesterday, all about Fecal Body odor, and TMAU, and even IBS. But what I've always come back to read was the cures section. It was very uplifting to see people talk about their success.|
It makes me hopeful, like maybe I can be as excited as they write about being. Maybe I can actually get there, and I have had that kind of moment before.
I've mentioned this before on the site but I did a liver cleanse. Went to Walmart day after and I did feel better! It was nice being out after a long time although it wasn't perfect or anything, and the cleanse might not have even done anything. It's nice to hope it did.
Something else that made me feel better was sleeping a lot. It probably makes zero absolute sense but just try it, it might work. I don't know if it's because when you're asleep your body is working to heal itself after the long day, or because you don't eat when you're asleep and so you're clear of food. But I woke up and felt a lot better. It might just be me but if you want to try you can, I slept for like a week straight with 1-2 hour waking up intervals in the Summer when I had nothing better to do. But it was cool.
My anthem these long dark days is now, "I Wanna Get Better" by the bleachers.
I do sing a lot the chorus. which is the title. I sing it all the time. it's ironic but hilarious.
It seems so easy, the thought of 6 months rolling by gluten and dairy free with ease and with your unrelenting determination. But it is so harder than that.
I'm already vegetarian so meat isn't a problem for me. I think living in a vegetarian house makes it so much easier to become vegetarian.
On the subject of Constipation: I'm not sure if it's due to eating healthy (aka diet change) or lack of exercise.
I'm not going to lie I have been pretty down in the dumps, as I should be.
Living daily like this can be hard, very hard.
You, the person reading this, probably already get that. You're not alone cause I know how it feels to be angry at yourself for something you can't control like others can.
So because of that depression feeling, yes, I hadn't been working out as much as I should have. I was on the couch, head-on-pillow, dreaming of a better life while it passed before my eyes.
It's pretty sad.
It's weird how B.O. can really become your only identity after a while.
It sucks but especially for those who have gotten this disorder early on, it can take away from your growing process.
Thanks for reading, may God bless you.