Here’s what I’ve done in the past year:
- Washed my hands all the time. Well, you know – often.
- Use hand wash anti-bacteria stuff. You know, the thing what you take with you when you go to foreign countries.
- Stopped drinking alcohol (has been this for a year now – don’t ask me why since I don’t know)
- Ate less meat (in fact, I cut eating a lot, and nowadays only eat chicken. Delicious chicken.)
- Exercise regularly (outdoor activities every day), but less than 2 years ago.
- Minimize taking drugs (you can make funny comments out of this)
- Don’t smoke (never really have)
- Keep my stress level low. Or away. I don’t really have stress, sort of.
- Perhaps concentrated more on “not getting ill” rather than “staying healthy”.
- Complain more. Well, occasionally. In this blog for example.
I’ve never been so ill than I have been during the last year. (Well, maybe I have but makes a better story this way). During the last year, every couple of months I had got flu or fever or sore throat or something that makes me ponder “I’m not feeling well.”
Well, there’s one thing I’m pondering. I wonder if “trying not to get ill” is the issue here. Or, perhaps I have the issue with the loop “I know I will get ill every 2 months”, and then I get ill. I’m not superstitious but if anybody has a spare rabbit pawn, you can mail them to my house.
10 years ago I cared about healthy/illness as much as rat cares about its buttocks. That would be little. Well known fact. I was never ill. (Another fact that I made up from thin air). Maybe I’ve concentrated too much on this illness stuff that I help make myself ill.
If anyone has a good tip on (1) either staying healthy or (2) how to forget all the fuzz about staying healthy, I’d be glad to hear that out.
Sorry, now I have to go to bathroom to cough some goo balls.