Is it possible for PF muscles to ever fix themselves in relation to us fixing poor habits? For a while after my son was born, whenever I would stand for long periods of time, it felt like all the blood was rushing down to my perineum, and I would have this painful burning sensation in my lower back. I hadn’t found this gem of a site at that point, and was probably doing 100+ kegels daily, trying to be diligent and stay tuned. *hah* After finding this site, squatting, walking 4+ miles daily, and giving up on kegels, (My apologies to the queen!) I no longer experience that pain. I always thought it was just time more fully healing my body, but could these changes have been my body self correcting as I learn better habits?
Guys, make sure that the email you set in options is the one ‘connected’ with your phone and visible on screen where you check the phone device ID. I was struggling again with “403 forbidden” errors today, and tried logging out/restarting chrome/logging in again to no avail. BUT what I did wrong was that I decided I would change the email in the options. Once I used the original email visible in my phone, the downloader worked again!
PErhaps that is obvious to most of you, but it wasn’t to me untill today 😀
If you need anti-anxiety medications at a time when you can't afford to be sleepy—perhaps you're prepping for an important work presentation rather than settling in for a long flight—Simpkins recommends experimenting: "I tell patients to take the lowest dose of Klonopin or Valium and cut it into quarters. "The first quarter is basically a placebo effect, since there's not enough medication to be a therapeutic dose. But for some people, that's enough. If you still feel anxious after 15 or 20 minutes, take another quarter."