Since my diagnosis I feel like I simply can't do many of the things I did before. I need more sleep and a strict schedule. I need to go to bed at the same time and wake at the same time. Bed at ten p.m wake at six a.m I have to eat on schedule much like my diabetic friends. I watch what I eat closely, foods are tied to my mood too. I returned to work a little over a week ago. I'm simply not snapping back like I hoped. I'm exhausted and have little stamina. I work best in the morning, but lose it after lunch. I'm concerned that if I go to part time that if I decide in the future to increase workload, that I may not get hours back. My vacation, sick, and personal time will be affected, but I don't think I care. All that matters is that I have enough for insurance.
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