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    Carerra Lu IZthe411's Avatar
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    I love the mornings. I prefer to get up early (esp this time of year with all this sunlight)

    I am usually up about 3 hours before I start work. Within that time I'm usually out, at Dunkin Donuts chattin with the regulars and/or at the gym. I prefer to get all of that out of the way before I get to work.

    I am starting to experience some aches- I think most of it has to do with my workout- esp if I play wally or volleyball the day before- it's hell on the knees, but that's usually gone within 24 hours.

    My mouth is glued shut until I get some coffee. Not that I can't talk- I CANT talk. LOL.

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    i like morning sex and having coffee that i didn't make myself.

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    It takes me a while to wake up. I can't just "get out of bed" it has to be a gradual process or I get pissed off for the rest of the day

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    So far there is a correlation between exercising and feeling good in the morning, although I wonder if the causality is cyclic. If you deal with enough physical pain and stiffness exercising is much harder to do, and with some chronic pain issues, exercise can trigger horrible attacks of physical pain that is quite different from athletic muscle pain.

    It looks like I may have fibromyalgia, so I have pain in the morning, but I also don't exercise well enough. I'm not sure I personally know anyone who feels good in the morning, so it is good to hear that some people do. I'm curious about the effects of exercise, but also how to approach it if you have certain physical issues. I wonder how the people with RA respond to exercise? A couple of people posted about horrible mornings due to RA. Whatever I'm dealing with personally has the effect that certain repetitive movements trigger something not so nice.

    Anyway, carry on... it is quite interesting for everyone.
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    fia, have you tried swimming in a heated pool?

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    I'm 24 and I feel just okay when I wake up in the morning. By the way, I don't eat at night. But I take vitamins, like vitamin C, B12 and K2.
    Health is wealth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mslohan View Post
    I'm 24 and I feel just okay when I wake up in the morning. By the way, I don't eat at night. But I take vitamins, like vitamin C, B12 and K2.
    why do you take K2? Is it because it's the latest fad or does your pancreas no longer work?

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    Like a fourteen year old.

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    I like mornings now that I work from home. I can take my time getting out of bed and leisurely sip my coffee while my brain wakes up.

    I prefer about 9-10 hrs of sleep.
    I do not feel stiff in any way.
    I'm in my 30's
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    I have a lot of trouble remembering that it's just the transition from sleep to wakefulness that is difficult. If I got more than a few hours of sleep, the rest of the day is not going to be as difficult as the transition to wakefulness.
    *You don't have a soul. You are a Soul. You have a body.
    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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