Or did you go out on a run and find yourself panting against a wall after ten minutes… I have been to countless classes, joined gym after gym and tried (and failed) at so many hobbies.
Not understanding where you see your career, what you love, your future or even where you sit in the world can sometimes be overwhelming and the reality is, it’s a challenging puzzle to solve.
The pressure of solving this puzzle is ever hindered by social media and consumerism.
They I speak with friends who feel when their feet aren’t moving, not in the literal sense, but if they aren’t flying from country to country, hopping from one adventure to the next, that they are confined and not achieving.
The only way I can describe the sensation is similar to that of a small burning flame; you can feel something is there but it hasn’t quite set alight.
However your anxiety effects you, I would advise starting small with your workout plan, try and avoid the desire to go in 100% initially so you don’t overwhelm yourself.
After panicking something was wrong (obviously), I did what every anxiety sufferer does and conducted an extensive internet search on my little lull.
Did you go to the gym, completely confuse yourself with the machines and feel totally out of place?
Or did you hit up that Zumba class and hide embarrassed at the back feeling uncoordinated?
The post-exercise hypoglycemia is often referred to as the “lag effect” and can be easily countered by ensuring you eat a sugary snack after your workout.
So, my advice, stock up on apples and protein bars, the last thing we want is to feel sad. Next week, as part of my fitness plan and exploring new ways to help improve my wellbeing, I will be writing a post about my experience trying a month of Veganism!
In this cast we discuss “The Gathering Crisis”, the live for likes, Face-tuning, blogging, networks, communities and how we feel social media has impacted our mental well being. Enjoy, B x the day had come for my class to learn about the human body.