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    • GoDaily contains two sources of fiber, including oat fiber and psyllium husk. Both are commonly-used sources of fiber. Like other fiber sources, these two ingredients push wastes out of your digestive tract without being digested. That means you can drop weight, push waste out of your body, and enjoy other benefits.Hanako claims Japanese people have used these same six ingredients for centuries to avoid constipation, bloating, and digestive pain. Because of this magical powder, Hanako claims he never experiences digestive issues..Click Here https://apnews.com/press-release/newmediawire/health-nutrition-dietary-supplements-42663735ecc6c2b14ce459165a263d7a   https://goddily.medium.com/how-to-buy-godaily-a47d5bf03f52   https://divatrimketocost.wordpress.com/2021/01/22/godaily/
    • Tomorrow is the day. So glad the vet can come to the house. I’m trying to prepare myself for this. 
    • A thing that seems to work for me is interval timers but I can't find any that don't have a high pitched noise and i can't stand it so I don't use them...   The beep is like a check in I go... am i doing nothing? ok do something can't do something? ok then actually relax instead of procrastinating
    • @Gearhead - I'm sorry!  I'm the jerky spelling police.  I didn't click on the link because I've been extra freaked out about cyber security recently.  Like I said, I'm the dumb-bum.   (oh, and the update looks great!)
    • Is it a crash in the evenings, emotionally or physically, or are you just "bored" ?   i notice more fatigue & flatness in the afternoon/evenings, because Ritalin jacks up your heart rate, stimulation, attention and focus all day. It's a sort of Catch-22, like imagine drinking 10 cups of coffee all in one go, in the morning...you'll probably be wired, but then you come down harder & feel worse when it wears off in the evening. You may need a dosage tweak, because tolerance is gained very quickly. Or you can take the extended version in the morning, which wears off more slowly. For me, they lose effectiveness over time, but it's better than nothing. (btw, stimulants aren't prescribed to make you feel "euphoric" all the time, it should keep you focused, and maybe a bit more task driven when needed)

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  2. GoDaily contains two sources of fiber, including oat fiber and psyllium husk. Both are commonly-used sources of fiber. Like other fiber sources, these two ingredients push wastes out of your digestive tract without being digested. That means you can drop weight, push waste out of your body, and enjoy other benefits.Hanako claims Japanese people have used these same six ingredients for centuries to avoid constipation, bloating, and digestive pain. Because of this magical powder, Hanako claims he never experiences digestive issues..Click Here https://apnews.com/press-release/newmediawire/health-
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  4. Tomorrow is the day. So glad the vet can come to the house. I’m trying to prepare myself for this.
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  6. A thing that seems to work for me is interval timers but I can't find any that don't have a high pitched noise and i can't stand it so I don't use them... The beep is like a check in I go... am i doing nothing? ok do something can't do something? ok then actually relax instead of procrastinating
  7. @Gearhead - I'm sorry! I'm the jerky spelling police. I didn't click on the link because I've been extra freaked out about cyber security recently. Like I said, I'm the dumb-bum. (oh, and the update looks great!)
  8. Is it a crash in the evenings, emotionally or physically, or are you just "bored" ? i notice more fatigue & flatness in the afternoon/evenings, because Ritalin jacks up your heart rate, stimulation, attention and focus all day. It's a sort of Catch-22, like imagine drinking 10 cups of coffee all in one go, in the morning...you'll probably be wired, but then you come down harder & feel worse when it wears off in the evening. You may need a dosage tweak, because tolerance is gained very quickly. Or you can take the extended version in the morning, which wears off more slowly. For
  9. Just want to offer my heartfelt support. I've gained more comfort from animals than any human could offer. Dogs are just the most loyal, selfless companions. Let yourself grieve for however long it lasts and don't feel ashamed for the grief you feel for your best friend. Try to find comfort in the love & care that you provided, and when the time comes, envision him in doggy heaven. I'm sure you gave him the best life! And maybe in the future, you can adopt another dog who needs love.
  10. Apologies. I lost the ability to spell shortly after I started taking topiramate, and Covid brain fog has shot what little capacity I had left straight to shit.
  11. Nothing...the update notice confused me! I'm dumb. The 'immanent' misspelling made me wonder if something sketchy was happening. Just me being stupid!
  12. @jarnWhat’s wrong? In fact, everybody tell me if something’s wrong. What broke?
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  14. Sorry to hear that it wasn’t helpful. I hope you can come up with a new plan that works better.
  15. After 10 days of taking Gabapentin, and experiencing constant nausea, dizziness, blurred vision, my pdoc told me to stop the Gaba, and we would discuss other med options at next appointment......I really wanted it to work, but I personally could not tolerate it.......I also talked to my pharmacist about it, and she said some people can tolerate it, and some can't. However, if your pdoc suggests it, I would say it's worth a try...I've seen others here on it.
  16. stiffness and trouble chewing sounds really unpleasant. i would like to gently point out that these can be phsyical anxiety symptoms, along with sleep issues, nausea and sweating. i don't mean to minimize your experience, but is it possible that anticipatory anxiety around taking the med is to blame? either way, it's something you should report right away to the doctor who prescribed you zoloft. one day (if i'm understanding correctly) isn't a fair trial for an SSRI, though i understand how frightening it can be to start an antidepressant. i encourage you to give it another try and see if it's
  17. So it seems that the answer might be that there isn't a standard answer and it varies a lot. Which I guess I should have expected. But it's good to hear the variation. Maybe tdoc is right and my expectations are unrealistic.
  18. I had a lot of down time at my last job. No complaints from anyone. I like to be a little busy. It makes the day go faster.
  19. Before I retired, I had a regular 8 to 4:30 job with a half-hour lunch break expected. As a rule, I would be at my desk for 12 to 14 hours on average, and always ate lunch at my desk while I worked. There was seldom time not to be working on some aspect of something because out agency had been instructed to “do more with less” until we were trying to “do anything from nothing”. There were times when I would end up getting caught up in Internet eddies (like here) but never to the extent of watching cat videos on YouTube - there just wasn’t time. So, yeah, 8 at least. It nearly killed me,
  20. It's really hard to tell. Back when things were "normal" (pre-March 2020) I would typically get to the office at 07h30, have a 30 min lunch break and leave at 16h00. I work for a university and depending on where we are in the annual academic calendar, I could be head down, skipping lunch and slogging through til after 16h00. In easier periods it would probably add up to about 6.5 to 7 hours out of 8 - that's a random guess though, as I am trying to factor in conversations with colleagues and that kind of thing. My country has been in lockdown since March last year, and as it is possib
  21. Back at my last job (which was a decent one, although somewhat entry level), we were expected to be working pretty much 100% of the time except for a 30min unpaid lunch (most people ate at their desks in their cubicles) and I think we got one or two 15-20min breaks. I would guess I could have gotten away with being "off task" maybe 5-10 minutes total in a day every once in awhile but it was pretty strictly monitored and they could tell when you weren't either on the phone or doing claims work in the computer system. And when you took a break or lunch or whatever, you had to instant message you
  22. It depends very much on the nature of the job I’m doing, and even more on whether I think it’s interesting or not. If it’s interesting I will forget to eat, drink, or pee for hours and hours at a stretch. If I’m working with my hands I remember to take breaks a bit better, say after only three hours, because my hands start to ache, but I still lose my sense of time. If I’m bored I will dedicate no fucks to the task, and will fidget and stare into space and finish it whenever.
  23. i lost my childhood dog in october. not cancer, just old age, but she woke up one morning unwell and i could see that it was the end. it's such an intensely painful decision to make. the fact that it needs to be done doesn't make it easier. you're right, though -- he's counting on you to see him through to the end. doing it at home is a good option to have, and allows him a peaceful, kind, and dignified goodbye. take gentle care of yourself. you're not just grieving for a dog, you're grieving for a friend. it hurts like nothing else.
  24. i've heard some studies say we do as little as 3 hours of work per day in an office job environment. i think that's a little low, but i would be surprised if i do more than five, maybe five and a half hours' work in an eight hour day. i certainly notice my concentration going down at about that point.
  25. Interesting. I'm not sure. How much I actually get done depends on the demands on my desk. I always feel like I do less at home, but when I stop to think about it - I do as much or more.
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