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Been dosing 2 caps first thing in the morning and 1 cap in the afternoon for the past week. Definitely agree, feeling pretty "chill" most of the time. Not making me tired either which is a positive.

One thing that stands out is that I feel that my social anxiety during some conversations seems to be non existent now. Not sure if it is placebo or not but I am going to continue to monitor it.
 
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Been dosing 2 caps first thing in the morning and 1 cap in the afternoon for the past week. Definitely agree, feeling pretty "chill" most of the time. Not making me tired either which is a positive.

One thing that stands out is that I feel that my social anxiety during some conversations seems to be non existent now. Not sure if it is placebo or not but I am going to continue to monitor it.
Glad to hear it man! I feel the same way that my GAD and SA is non existent now.
 
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Overthinking goes hand in hand with anxiety....no doubt. It can drive you crazy! It’s definitely one of my patterns that has been my own worst enemy. Some people have a more natural ability to switch their brain away from dwelling on things that upset them. Others struggle to let things go and it turns into a viscous cycle of negativity.

I have gotten better over the years at forcing myself to let things go that I recognize won’t be resolved or changed (at least in the short term) no matter how much time I spend going over it repetitively in my head. It’s easier said than done, but “letting things go” is one of the biggest weapons against anxiety..

I had a few drinks in me when I wrote this last night, but it remains true!:LOL:
Man this is so true... I watch my wife think herself into a tizzy almost anytime she starts feeling any sort of “odd” and sometimes just about arbitrary things...

Meanwhile I’m the guy who just shuts off his brain and comes back later ha.
 
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Had a good night’s sleep last night. I woke up feeling refreshed and no back pain or body aches like I usually have in the mornings. I have been sleeping on the couch for the past year. Last night I slept in our king size Tempur-Pedic memory foam mattress. It’s crazy the difference it makes on your body when you get up in the morning.
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Been dosing 2 caps first thing in the morning and 1 cap in the afternoon for the past week. Definitely agree, feeling pretty "chill" most of the time. Not making me tired either which is a positive.

One thing that stands out is that I feel that my social anxiety during some conversations seems to be non existent now. Not sure if it is placebo or not but I am going to continue to monitor it.
Thanks for sharing and that's awesome to hear. I'm someone that tends to be very shy and have always struggled with social anxiety and this has helped mine a lot as well.

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Had a good night’s sleep last night. I woke up feeling refreshed and no back pain or body aches like I usually have in the mornings. I have been sleeping on the couch for the past year. Last night I slept in our king size Tempur-Pedic memory foam mattress. It’s crazy the difference it makes on your body when you get up in the morning.

I took 1 cap of S&A with breakfast at 6am. I drank half of a Bang on the way to work. I added 1 gram of taurine to it.
I'm so glad that the product seems to be helping you and I really appreciate the detail you're putting into this.

A thought about above - you'd been talking about feeling lethargic and I'm wondering if it could be your sleep quality from sleeping on the couch. Even if we get used to sleeping on a couch, when we start to kind of wear it out over time, it can really hinder sleep quality and make us feel exhausted.

I hope you enjoy your time with your kids (minus the wife).
 
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Yup, my fiancé and I also own a Tempur-Pedic king sized bed. People that don’t even like each other should have no problem sharing this beast. We also have a body pillow in the middle and 3 mini dogs dispersed throughout. The only way we know we are in the same bed is that we can smell each other’s farts. When the air clears, we know it is morning and that one of us has likely gotten out of bed.
 
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I took my second cap at 11:30am before a noon lunch. I did a 3rd cap at 4pm. It was a productive work day.

Once I got home I enjoyed my time with my boys. There was no crying or meltdowns. We played battle most of the night. Here is a pic of us playing around...

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I'm so glad that the product seems to be helping you and I really appreciate the detail you're putting into this.

A thought about above - you'd been talking about feeling lethargic and I'm wondering if it could be your sleep quality from sleeping on the couch. Even if we get used to sleeping on a couch, when we start to kind of wear it out over time, it can really hinder sleep quality and make us feel exhausted.

I hope you enjoy your time with your kids (minus the wife).
You may be right. It has been since June of last year that I have been sleeping on the couch every single night for a little over a year. I went from the best bed they make to not one at all. I am not sure if I mentioned this before, but I had spinal fusion surgery (T2-L2 most of the back) with two titanium rods and lots of screws up the spine. I don’t have serious back pain at the moment. It is easy to get muscle spasm flair ups though and especially when sleeping on it wrong.
 
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Yup, my fiancé and I also own a Tempur-Pedic king sized bed. People that don’t even like each other should have no problem sharing this beast. We also have a body pillow in the middle and 3 mini dogs dispersed throughout. The only way we know we are in the same bed is that we can smell each other’s farts. When the air clears, we know it is morning and that one of us has likely gotten out of bed.
Dude you are exactly right about that bed. You can be sprawled out and not even notice the person next to you. You can sleep next to someone you don’t even like in that bed and not care. We use to have our English bulldog sleep with us in that bed too (before we had kids) and not even notice her besides her snoring and room clearing farts haha.

But now we are on another level and we can not be in the same room together if the kids are not involved. We do fine when the kids are around.
 
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Thanks for sharing and that's awesome to hear. I'm someone that tends to be very shy and have always struggled with social anxiety and this has helped mine a lot as well.

If anyone doesn't mind and has the time, I would so appreciate if they would take the time to post reviews on the SNS Facebook page, SNS website product reviews, or a review on the retailer page they purchased it from. I know everyone's busy but things like that can really help us spread the word more than may know.
I am no longer on Facebook, but I will post a review on the retailer’s page.
 
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I took my second cap at 11:30am before a noon lunch. I did a 3rd cap at 4pm. It was a productive work day.

Once I got home I enjoyed my time with my boys. There was no crying or meltdowns. We played battle most of the night. Here is a pic of us playing around...

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I can empathize with how/why you have been so stressed the past few years. It’s obvious to anyone following this log and yourself that you are in an unhealthy relationship. I also completely understand how staying together for the kids has become a higher priority for you than your own happiness in your relationship. I have never gone through that myself, but it would definitely stress me out and anybody else with a conscience. Whenever I do hear about people separating/ getting divorced, I have yet to hear of any regrets, and both parties end up happier and becoming closer friends than they ever were as a married couple. Obviously you have contemplated all this, but it’s surely the elephant in the room.

Job stress/worrying about the ability to financially support your family is no small burden either. I used to worry about the ability to even support myself! Overall, I think you do very well with all that you have had on your plate, and I am glad that this product has seemed to take the edge off matters a bit.

I still need to order mine- I have only delayed because DPS has so many other temping products/staples that I know I will end up buying at least 10 different things. Some of which are AE, Vaso-6 caps, and likely more Stano-Plex. Ugh, it never ends...
 
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Would you also classify yourself as someone that doesn’t like change, or the prospect of planning and then going through life changing events? Even when the outcome is intended and is likely to be for the greater good?
 
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Slept great again last night and woke up with no pains or body aches. This morning I was attending to the kids and got a late start so no time for breakfast just grabbed a MRE bar and took 1 cap of SAS at 7am. I took another cap of SAS at 11am on an empty stomach. Work has been smooth and steady so far today.
 
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I can empathize with how/why you have been so stressed the past few years. It’s obvious to anyone following this log and yourself that you are in a unhealthy relationship. I also completely understand how staying together for the kids has become a higher priority for you than your own happiness in your relationship. I have never gone through that myself, but it would definitely stress me out and anybody else with a conscience. Whenever I do hear about people separating/ getting divorced, I have yet to hear of any regrets, and both parties end up happier and becoming closer friends than they ever were as a married couple. Obviously you have contemplated all this, but it’s surely the elephant in the room.

Job stress/worrying about the ability to financially support your family is no small burden either. I used to worry about the ability to even support myself! Overall, I think you do very well with all that you have had on your plate, and I am glad that this product has seemed to take the edge off matters a bit.

I still need to order mine- I have only delayed because DPS has so many other temping products/staples that I know I will end up buying at least 10 different things. Some of which are AE, Vaso-6 caps, and likely more Stano-Plex. Ugh, it never ends...
I have contemplated all of this to the point of exhaustion. My wife and I have discussed this many many times over the past few years. Facts are this if we did not have kids we would have been divorced a couple years ago and we both agree on this. With kids the decision becomes incredibly complex IMO and my wife agrees. Ultimately we have decided we are going to divorce; however, we want to wait until the kids are at an appropriate age. Now, what age is that? I don’t know. We want it to have the least amount of impact on their lives.

Neither of us our happy in our marriage. We are putting off our seek for personal happiness aside for the moment to for the kids to have both their mom and dad with them everyday. Just the thought of getting a divorce is demoralizing for me. I rationalize staying together as no matter how miserable this is it is a sacrifice I am willing to make for my kids. As much of a hell it feels being with my wife the trade off is the happy I feel when I am with my kids. I am getting to do that everyday and that is most important to me at this point in my life. I am still unsure on for how long we can keep doing this.

My parents divorced when I was very young. I lived with my mom and saw my dad every other weekend. Growing up I had a good upbringing and no major issues with the divorce. It was just the way the my life was. I would have to go see my dad on weekends while most of my other friends didn’t have to do that. Not a big deal at all and my dad came to all of my games (basketball, baseball and football). He has always been in my life. But, I think about it now and my dad did not raise me. He actually took very little time to teach me anything. He is very intelligent and a successful business man so there are things he could have taught me if you took more time with me IMO. My mom raised me. I don’t go to my dad for advice, bounce ideas off or even just to talk. We stay in somewhat of contact as we see each other a few times a year and all we talk about is sports. Our relationship is not how I want mine to be with my kids. I want to raise my kids not just be around them when it’s my weekend. I believe it is crucial for kids to have both a mom and dad that are actually involved in their lives. At this age my kids are so young that they learn and grow from one day to the next. I want to be there next to them to teach them and watch them grow daily. My wife is an amazing mother and the boys need her daily also IMO.

Apologize for the long post. That was actually just the cliff notes as there is plenty more I can expand on about the situation.
 
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Would you also classify yourself as someone that doesn’t like change, or the prospect of planning and then going through life changing events? Even when the outcome is intended and is likely to be for the greater good?
I am the type of person that life changes stresses the chit out of me.
 
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I am the type of person that life changes stresses the chit out of me.
I have contemplated all of this to the point of exhaustion. My wife and I have discussed this many many times over the past few years. Facts are this if we did not have kids we would have been divorced a couple years ago and we both agree on this. With kids the decision becomes incredibly complex IMO and my wife agrees. Ultimately we have decided we are going to divorce; however, we want to wait until the kids are at an appropriate age. Now, what age is that? I don’t know. We want it to have the least amount of impact on their lives.

Neither of us our happy in our marriage. We are putting off our seek for personal happiness aside for the moment to for the kids to have both their mom and dad with them everyday. Just the thought of getting a divorce is demoralizing for me. I rationalize staying together as no matter how miserable this is it is a sacrifice I am willing to make for my kids. As much of a hell it feels being with my wife the trade off is the happy I feel when I am with my kids. I am getting to do that everyday and that is most important to me at this point in my life. I am still unsure on for how long we can keep doing this.

My parents divorced when I was very young. I lived with my mom and saw my dad every other weekend. Growing up I had a good upbringing and no major issues with the divorce. It was just the way the my life was. I would have to go see my dad on weekends while most of my other friends didn’t have to do that. Not a big deal at all and my dad came to all of my games (basketball, baseball and football). He has always been in my life. But, I think about it now and my dad did not raise me. He actually took very little time to teach me anything. He is very intelligent and a successful business man so there are things he could have taught me if you took more time with me IMO. My mom raised me. I don’t go to my dad for advice, bounce ideas off or even just to talk. We stay in somewhat of contact as we see each other a few times a year and all we talk about is sports. Our relationship is not how I want mine to be with my kids. I want to raise my kids not just be around them when it’s my weekend. I believe it is crucial for kids to have both a mom and dad that are actually involved in their lives. At this age my kids are so young that they learn and grow from one day to the next. I want to be there next to them to teach them and watch them grow daily. My wife is an amazing mother and the boys need her daily also IMO.

Apologize for the long post. That was actually just the cliff notes as there is plenty more I can expand on about the situation.
you have some deep issues going on...have you and your wife discussed seeking professional advice? or maybe you could seek advice for just yourself to discuss options?
 
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for reference, my parents divorced when I was about 12-13 (middle school) and honestly it was pretty rough then. I tend to believe either much earlier or much later would have been far easier on my mind as that was an awkward enough time growing up as it is.

We would split every other week at one house or the other (my parents lived about 10min apart at the furthest an for a few years only about 2miles) and really that portion was easier than the time period where they still lived together but separated within the house... Just my 0.02
 
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you have some deep issues going on...have you and your wife discussed seeking professional advice? or maybe you could seek advice for just yourself to discuss options?
We have done some marriage counseling. We tried two different marriage counselors.
 
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We have done some marriage counseling. We tried two different marriage counselors.
maybe you could seek advice on your own-look at options not only in best interest of children but your own as well?
 
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I am the type of person that life changes stresses the chit out of me.
I say that I am stable now, but a life changing event (not even one most would view as horrible) could send me to a very bad place in my head. I just draw up every worst case scenario down to every last detail and dwell on those possibilities. My instinct is to go there rather than to think positive. I have developed better coping skills though in those situations, mostly because I know that I can get through them. Also, most things tend to work out without half of the negative paths I conjure up in my head. Except one time even more negative things happened during a life change event than even I could have imagined- that’s when I had the big one! That was an exception though ;)

Yeah, that’s really tough with the wife/kids situation. I think it’s honorable what you and your wife are doing and I completely get it. So many people have gone though this, are going through this, and will go through this. It’s nice that you are both on the same page and are very clear about the situation. However, I can’t help but think that the way she treats you is a defense mechanism (consciously or not) that keeps the two of you in this zone of not wanting to be together, or not even liking each other. Now that the terms are set, she likely doesn’t want to feel emotionally attached when it comes time to part ways.

Oh, if you can’t sneak your way into one half of the king size Tempur-Pedic, you really need to get yourself a real bed of your own!
 
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I took my second cap at 11:30am before a noon lunch. I did a 3rd cap at 4pm. It was a productive work day.

Once I got home I enjoyed my time with my boys. There was no crying or meltdowns. We played battle most of the night. Here is a pic of us playing around...
Great pic of you and the boys! Got mine yesterday, did 2 caps AM, 2 caps when I got home, I can feel this stuff right away, nice level chill. Nice addition to my stack (and my 100 mg of TRT a week) 😀.
 

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Man this thread is deep, I have no experience and can’t help but do hope that whatever the right decision is that it finds its way to you and things work for the best.

As useless as that is, just hoping for the best.
 
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I took a 3rd cap of SAS at 3pm today and got home from work at 6pm. I took the boys to the park and to a nearby restaurant. We ate some good gourmet burgers! When we were just about to leave the restaurant oldest son had a meltdown. It continued until we got home and I put him in the bath. He was good after that. He is sleeping in the bed next to me for the night. I think he was just over tired.
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Those burgers look good!
 
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Had my first cap of SAS at 6am with breakfast. On my way to work I drank a C4 Natural with 50mg caffeine powder (total caffeine 170mg) and an extra gram of taurine.
 

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I took a 3rd cap of SAS at 3pm today and got home from work at 6pm. I took the boys to the park and to a nearby restaurant. We ate some good gourmet burgers! When we were just about to leave the restaurant oldest son had a meltdown. It continued until we got home and I put him in the bath. He was good after that. He is sleeping in the bed next to me for the night. I think he was just over tired.
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My oldest has been sharing the bed too while my wife is out of town for a couple weeks. You'd think there'd be plenty of room sharing with a six year old but inevitably ever night I'm moosed over to the edge and often wake to him sleeping sideways with his feet in my face. It's annoying but funny at the same time...
 

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Today I took SAS at 6am, 11am and 3:30pm. Work went well. The kids were great tonight. Enjoyed my time with them.

The wife comes home late tonight around 11pm. Back on the couch it is.
Sorry man, sleeping on the sofa can be really rough on the body (not to mention the other issues). I slept on ours for almost two years before recently moving back into the bedroom.
 
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Sorry man, sleeping on the sofa can be really rough on the body (not to mention the other issues). I slept on ours for almost two years before recently moving back into the bedroom.
This is so true, I think its key to my many injuries and issues. Going back and forth to the couch and bed each night for 10+ years because of my massive snoring (not fair to her waking her each night), caused many back problems (degenerative disc's, etc). I finally put a bed in my home office and sleep there (wife comes down for adult type visits when I wake her). Looking to get a portable CPAP to try, if it works well, I told her I can wear it while Im on top of her, she had a laff at that one at least...
 
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This is so true, I think its key to my many injuries and issues. Going back and forth to the couch and bed each night for 10+ years because of my massive snoring (not fair to her waking her each night), caused many back problems (degenerative disc's, etc). I finally put a bed in my home office and sleep there (wife comes down for adult type visits when I wake her). Looking to get a portable CPAP to try, if it works well, I told her I can wear it while Im on top of her, she had a laff at that one at least...
let me offer you a word [or two] of advice---GET THE CPAP
 
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My oldest has been sharing the bed too while my wife is out of town for a couple weeks. You'd think there'd be plenty of room sharing with a six year old but inevitably ever night I'm moosed over to the edge and often wake to him sleeping sideways with his feet in my face. It's annoying but funny at the same time...
Yup, exactly. He fell asleep basically in my armpit pushing me up to the edge of the bed. By the time we woke up he was laying on the opposite end with his feel in my face. Honestly though I didn’t really mind haha.

How much longer is it just you and the boys?
 
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Last night I was back on the couch and had chit for sleep! Had racing negative thoughts when I first laid down. I was able to stop those negative thoughts soon after they started though.

Yesterday evening out of nowhere I started getting some symptoms of an upper respiratory infection. Bronchial coughing, tight chest/lungs and wound cough on every deep breath. That kept me up until 3am!
 
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This morning I woke up feeling better than last night. I woke up at 6am and immediately took 1 cap of SAS on an empty stomach. I forced myself to get a morning workout in because since I haven’t got a workout in a few days I needed the mental cleanse of a workout. I did OG Kraken plus 2 grams cordyceps plus 1 gram of astragalus root. Had a surprisingly above average workout. It felt good.

Work was tough today simply because of the workload. It is difficult to get everything done by the times they need to be completed. For instance I haven’t been able to close out last month yet because I still haven’t completed all of the documents/invoices/reports plus still see all of my scheduled patients for the month. All of these need to be completed by the last day of the month. I hope to finally finish it by tomorrow afternoon. I am working a shorter day tomorrow because we leave for my family reunion.

I am bringing a bottle of Stress & Anxiety Support to give to my brother. I haven’t seen him in a year and I know he could also benefit from this great product.
 
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Today’s SAS dosing was 1 cap at 6am, 11:30am and 4:30pm.
 
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let me offer you a word [or two] of advice---GET THE CPAP
Yup, I think I have the model picked out (Phillips Dreammapper) based on reviews and the blessing of my fat/smoker/sleep apnea ridden buddy of mine. : )
 
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We have done some marriage counseling. We tried two different marriage counselors.
I find marriage counseling does not work most of the time. The only way broken marriages work is if both husband and wife admit their part in the issue, and both are willing to let go of all bitterness toward the other, and to both say I'm willing to put 100 percent effort in the other spouse. A marriage has to be 100/100, and it can be an imperfect one because we are people, but if one person has no willingness to admit personal fault, and put themselves into the other, it won't work. And most of the time it literally take an act of God (Jesus) to accomplish this.
 

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Yup, exactly. He fell asleep basically in my armpit pushing me up to the edge of the bed. By the time we woke up he was laying on the opposite end with his feel in my face. Honestly though I didn’t really mind haha.

How much longer is it just you and the boys?
Just three more days. Really enjoying the time off work just playing with (and spoiling) the kids.
 
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Last night I was back on the couch and had chit for sleep! Had racing negative thoughts when I first laid down. I was able to stop those negative thoughts soon after they started though.

Yesterday evening out of nowhere I started getting some symptoms of an upper respiratory infection. Bronchial coughing, tight chest/lungs and wound cough on every deep breath. That kept me up until 3am!
I think we all agree that you need to get your own twin bed for your health and well-being. Also, even though you probably think you have gotten used to the concept of being banished to the couch, it’s demoralizing in itself and it kind of supports a negative vibe in your life. It also has a punishment stigma to it and it seems as though your wife likes to treat you as the “bad guy” in general. You need to at least take some of that away- you need to get your ass in a bed!

Sorry, not intending to yell at you and tell you what to do...so I will say it nicer. Get a bed

Good God! When did this turn into a respiratory care blog? Bronchial coughs, fat smokers, home CPAP units. It’s like I never left work!
 
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I think we all agree that you need to get your own twin bed for your health and well-being. Also, even though you probably think you have gotten used to the concept of being banished to the coach, it’s demoralizing in itself and it kind of supports a negative vibe in your life. It also has a punishment stigma to it and it seems as though your wife likes to treat you as the “bad guy” in general. You need to at least take some of that away- you need to get your ass in a bed!

Sorry, not intending to yell at you and tell you what to do...so I will say it nicer. Get a bed

Good God! When did this turn into a respiratory care blog? Bronchial coughs, fat smokers, home CPAP units. It’s like I never left work!
This ^^ cant take care of anyone if you cant take care of yourself first..
 
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I think we all agree that you need to get your own twin bed for your health and well-being. Also, even though you probably think you have gotten used to the concept of being banished to the coach, it’s demoralizing in itself and it kind of supports a negative vibe in your life. It also has a punishment stigma to it and it seems as though your wife likes to treat you as the “bad guy” in general. You need to at least take some of that away- you need to get your ass in a bed!

Sorry, not intending to yell at you and tell you what to do...so I will say it nicer. Get a bed

Good God! When did this turn into a respiratory care blog? Bronchial coughs, fat smokers, home CPAP units. It’s like I never left work!
lol...sorry bout that. I just had to throw that out there-cpap has improved my quality of life by quite a bit, now even when I travel I pack it up and take with me!!!
 
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The family reunion went well! We had 24 of us that made it. We rented a big 10 bedroom house so we could all stay at one place. It was great seeing everyone as it has been awhile since I seen some of my brother, cousins, aunts and uncles. We played ping pong, cornhole/bag toss, pool and family question/answer games. I was crushing it in all of those games and you may call me crazy, but I really think SAS helps with these types of games. I was able to really focus/zero in on the ball/hole. I do think SAS aided in my domination haha.

We drank lots and ate lots! We did churrasco/rodizio style different types of meats for dinner each night. We had picanha, skirt steak, garlic chicken, chicken hearts, sirloin and ribs. It was amazing! We drank a good amount of red wine, Coronas and quality sipping rum (I didn’t know that was actually possible haha), bourbon and Crown Reserve.

I took my Stress & Anxiety Support the same way each day. I did 1 cap as soon as I woke up, 1 cap at 11am before lunch and a 3rd cap at 4pm before dinner.

Before this I had only drank alcohol with SAS once and that was only two drinks. This weekend put that to the test and I can say there were no negatives with the combo that I noticed. Meaning it didn’t make me feel the alcohol more or less and SAS seem to stay effective. I didn’t have any anxiety over the long weekend. In the past family functions could trigger some anxiety for me. I didn’t have that before or during this family reunion and I do think that was because of this product.
 
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I did give my brother a full bottle of Stress & Anxiety Support on the last day before leaving. He was appreciative and seemed open to using it. He has never take supplements before. Then he tells me his doctor just put him on a medication 3 weeks ago to help with this sort of thing. I said okay just do the lowest dose of SAS then 1 cap in the morning and 1 cap in the afternoon. He did even know the name of it so I am also sure he didn’t research anything about the drug before taking it. I am also sure the doctor didn’t mention any of its potential side effects. When he got home he sent me a pic of the bottle and it is 50mg of Zoloft.

I am kinda hesitant about him using it now with his medication since it is an SSRI. Plus he just started that drug so he won’t know which is doing what. I didn’t tell him that though I just said to keep me posted weekly on how things are going.
 
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The family reunion went well! We had 24 of us that made it. We rented a big 10 bedroom house so we could all stay at one place. It was great seeing everyone as it has been awhile since I seen some of my brother, cousins, aunts and uncles. We played ping pong, cornhole/bag toss, pool and family question/answer games. I was crushing it in all of those games and you may call me crazy, but I really think SAS helps with these types of games. I was able to really focus/zero in on the ball/hole. I do think SAS aided in my domination haha.

We drank lots and ate lots! We did churrasco/rodizio style different types of meats for dinner each night. We had picanha, skirt steak, garlic chicken, chicken hearts, sirloin and ribs. It was amazing! We drank a good amount of red wine, Coronas and quality sipping rum (I didn’t know that was actually possible haha), bourbon and Crown Reserve.

I took my Stress & Anxiety Support the same way each day. I did 1 cap as soon as I woke up, 1 cap at 11am before lunch and a 3rd cap at 4pm before dinner.

Before this I had only drank alcohol with SAS once and that was only two drinks. This weekend put that to the test and I can say there were no negatives with the combo that I noticed. Meaning it didn’t make me feel the alcohol more or less and SAS seem to stay effective. I didn’t have any anxiety over the long weekend. In the past family functions could trigger some anxiety for me. I didn’t have that before or during this family reunion and I do think that was because of this product.
Sounds like an awesome time! I love those gatherings where the fun and a bit of booze are all flowing and everyone is having a good time. Makes everything seem easy :)
 
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Since I got back from the family reunion I have been having bad unshakable fatigue. It could be a combination of things like lack of sleep catching up on me, the alcohol from the weekend (since I don’t drink often anymore) or maybe the product is starting to have that effect on me.

For example on Tuesday morning I tried getting a quick workout in before work. I took 1.5 scoops of Prolific (around 250mg caffeine) and feel asleep in my car as soon as I got to the gym. I slept for 30mins then woke up and left for work. I added more caffeine throughout the day, but it didn’t do much.
 

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