Over ten years ago I woke up from a nap, put my foot on the floor, tried to get up and feel flat on my face. Couldn't move a whole side of my body, was diagnosed with MS at the hospital after a week.
I luckily I "healed." I have a close family member who has MS and doesn't medicate. I was on medication for a couple years, but the medication made me feel worse than normal so after hurricane Sandy I stopped taking it. I felt fine but didn't realize the day by day decline.
I've been experimenting with changing diet and limiting the intake of sugar, alcohol, etc and my senses are sharper. No kidding.
With my senses sharper I can see the mess I've been in. By this I mean Im going to throw this rug out, I just didn't see it looks dull. I spent the last two days doing spring cleaning and trying to clean up the damage.
By damage I mean the storm last week appears to have caused my house to shift and Im trying to stop anything further from happening while I wait for the insurance company.
The improvement in my senses and clearer thinking came after a long depression over a failed relationship. Hey who else would have dated me in the position I was in. My your sensory acuity is low you aren't aware your mirror has spots on it.
I just came out of a sensory and brain fog. Well Im starting to, not there yet.
I don't have a lot of funds at this time. It's been a difficult year for many of us and this hurts my pride, the same one that woke up in that hospital bed fought to get back to work.
I just need someone to talk to. Has anyone else ever had an improvement in perception that lead to a surprise at how things are around them?
I'm proud and stubborn. I know this and Im just trying to right the ship before it crashes.
Major stressors right now are obviously being shocked at me not taking care of myself when I thought everything was ok and storm damage.
Sorry for not proof reading, im shaking