get that, albeit infrequently and never seems to be the time i really need it.BJB said:I have no idea how to help other than to wish you all the best. Seek professional advice?
Elmer, I can only recommend a quick burst on the bike before it gets dark. physical exertion and fresh air is good for lots of problems.Elmer Fudd said:Yup(but No), sadly pished off with life at the mo
(Honest answer time) and this may make a few of you fall out with me, but what the heck.....Fab Foodie said:Know what the trigger is Elmer?
And why should we fall out with you?Elmer Fudd said:(Honest answer time) and this may make a few of you fall out with me, but what the heck.....
I don't think we are among health freaks here Elmer. I suspect there are more than a few of us whose interest in cycling is just one way of helping to curb existing health problems or at least maintain a reasonable standard of health. Other cycling forums may tend towards the extremes of performance, on here we appreciate the pleasures of cycling.Elmer Fudd said:Now I've confessed I feel a bit better but feel that amongst all you health freaks I'm in the wrong place.
As I said, alcohol dependant, I can't imagine a day without it at the mo. Just opened my third can, 1st started at 12 o'clock so I'm not a speed drinker, but basically I am permanently topping myself up. I've moved to a new area so have no 'friends' round here, just acquaintances, so that probably doesn't help, but that is a lame excuse I suppose.Fab Foodie said:And why should we fall out with you?
What is the nature of the issue with drink, too much, not enough, can't quit, had too much today, not had enough today, have quit but getting strong cravings, have quit but started again?