Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Busy Busy Busy

I've been really busy lately. I've had several HBOTS, gone to the fair, worked hard and gone to a college friend's wedding. He eloped. Sort of. He & his now wife were going to get married on Saturday. Then, they had to postpone it for some legal and medical reasons. Then those things fixed themselves so they decided on a Thursday to go ahead and get married on the Saturday. I was called and I drove there after my HBOT treatment. It was fun . I got to meet his newly loved lady (it was love at first sight for them), her child and his children. I got to hang out with them all over the ceremony. See his folks for the first time since college graduation in 99. So that was fun.

The Fair. Well I have pictures to post, but haven't gotten around to all of them yet. They'll show up eventually.

HBOTs are going well. I actually really enjoy getting in there. It's odd. I thought I'd hate it. I thought I'd dread it. BUT, I actually like getting in there now. It's 60 to 90 minutes where I have some peace and quiet. I get to listen to my favorite music and just be alone and breathe well. It's nice.

I thought about going to the UNC exhibition game this Friday, but I think I've decided against it seeing as how badly I felt after the Late Night with Roy practice.

Anyways, just thought you needed an update since it's been a while.


Krystal J. said...

I'm glad you're enjoying the HBOT =) I've heard other lymies say that after a few minutes into the treatment, the "brain chatter" actually stops, and then they have mental peace that lasts for a little while after the treatment. Does that happen for you?? (does this question even make sense? lol)

Jennifer said...

Yes, I do find a bit of relaxation and peace that happens while I'm in the treatment and after. The last time I got in their, I had a severe migraine. I was frustrated and angry. I got into the machine and slowly my anger and frustration eased and by the time I left the hbot, my migraine had dulled to just a very small ache. Unfortunately I haven't been able to do more than 2 treatments in a row, so I feel like I won't get true benefits until I get 3 or 4 days of treatments in a row. It's just because I work so much and the limited availability of the hbot.