In danger of turning into a giant slug

November 4, 2009 at 10:35 am | Posted in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) | 2 Comments
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Them as know me might say it’s too late to start worrying about that now, but I’m getting even less exercise than usual at the moment because I feel OK until I start coughing, and I don’t tend to start coughing (much anyway) until I move. A few times lately I’ve been OK at work and then gone for a walk at lunchtime, coughed and spluttered my way around town (I could be blamed for being the disease vector for all the colds in this part of Norfolk at this rate), and felt absolutely lousy by the time I got back, all of ten minutes or so later. Exercise is supposed to make you feel GOOD! I’m getting really fed up with this!

It’s not helped by the fact that poor hubby has still got a cough too, much worse than mine, and we tend to set each other off – great fun in the middle of the night!

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  1. I always take a break from exercising when I have a cold – I think it’s absolutely ok! I also feel like a slug when I do it though. I’m feeling a little slug-like lately because I’ve been too busy to exercise (and, ok, when I do have time I’ve done other things…. like lay on the couch).

  2. LOL! Must remember that excuse – “I was far too busy lying on the couch to do any exercise this week”. Yup, that about sums it up. ;o)


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