I know what you are thinking, corny Dear John quote, but nope another sucky health post.
I lasted a whole two weeks at work before someone gave me their unsanitary germs. As I am lying here typing this I have no sense of smell (although my nose has stopped running so that is a good thing), sore nostrils, sore throat, lungs that feel heavy and are producing a lot of, well crap!! Sweaty, hot and cold at the same time and to top it all off, I am deaf in one ear and suffering with ear pain and a stiff neck, along with numbness in the (deaf) side of my face and a headache of all headaches – looking at the screen is even painful.
Whoever passed me these germs, I WILL FIND YOU AND….
But not literally of course ( I am far too nice for that). In all seriousness I feel like death warmed up, who gets ill in a heatwave – that would be me!!
If anyone has any suggestions on how to get better soon and how to bring my hearing back I would appreciate it.
As May is Mental Health Awareness Month, I had an idea to write a letter each day to a person, or group of people that have had an impact on my own personal health. The first portion of the month has been delayed, however I hope that I will catch up and there will be a daily post. Thank You for taking the time to read these and I appreciate any comments or support you can provide on each post.
Please remember that if you are struggling with your health, both physical or mental, there may be some triggers in these letters-please seek support if you find these letters trigger any distress. Look after yourself!!
Letter 13 – To my fellow Open University Students,
Another short and sweet post, but thank you to my friends and fellow students at The Open University.
I have never met any of you but I would trust the friends I have made throught the OU with my life-it is nice to meet people who understand your ways of life.
Thanks all (And good luck with your EMA’s and Exams)