Your Questions About Eye Exercises For Lazy Eye

June 6, 2012
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Ruth asks…

Desperately need serious help … weird health problem?

I am at my obesity first stage for 2 years and I know It’s kind of serious. So i tried my best to exercise as much as I could. I cannot jog cos my body is too heavy and I walk a lot. I stay separately with my family and just rent a room where cooking is not allowed. So I’ve been eating outside food (mean unhealthy food) for 8 years!

I have Uric acid for 2 years but I could feel now It’s getting more serious. I tried to control my food but I can’t due to some reasons and I LOVE eating. I don’t have much friends and no family around here so in other words I lack of support from People around me which sometimes make me feel lazy and give up on diet and exercise. This year I could feel my knees (joint) pain when I squat and I’m not sure for what reason my lower leg around ankle pain . I tried to drink as much water as possible. Another problem is about kidney/ bladder. I always feel something pulling and very pain about 3-4 inch below my belly ? Is it prostate? uterus ? or what? STONES ? any comment?

Another funny problem occur is I’m having sleeping problem for years. I don’t have any stress and I’m very relax minded person. Sometime I can stay awake for 3 days without sleeping (just rest and close my eyes) I’m serious, no joking . I thought I’m having paranoia/ insomnia or whatever but doctor said I’m fine ? I am fat but I lack of blood … and I don’t have any chance to join any blood donation activities. If I could get better sleep the earliest I can sleep is 3 am and wake up at 7 am. Sometimes I sleep for 3 hours only for few months and I really feel like giving up my life … It’s freaking tired when I work without getting proper sleep. I tried many times to sleep early but end up I just wasting my time turning around the bed for hours. All tips I get from Internet I’ve tried but seems to be useless for me?

Now I’m having problems like getting dark spots, dry skin, low energy and pimples on the face and my skin contour/ texture getting worse and I get fine lines under my eyes at age 25! All thanks to my sleeping disorder. Since June started to hate my throat cos when I sleep I couldn’t breath so I have to sleep side ways. I thought due to my double chin but doctor said no problems and gave me some medicine. After few weeks it (my throat problem) came back 2 weeks and gone for 3 weeks and come back to visit me again (on and off). Then my hip keep on getting the skin swelling boil things (ulcerate/ abscess). My eyes keep on coming tears/ watery and it feel pains and hot. There was few times I feel like my rib cage pain and feels like pulling up and down. Sometimes my chest pain ? Or may be liver problem due to uric acid? My spine stiff and I always pain here and there and now due to the pain at my lower leg ankle , am I having diabetics? My grandma had it !! I’ve done last body check up on April this years and so far doctor said only have to watch out my Uric Acid but still no need to take any medicine. I tried to consume supplements (very good n expensive brand) but after eating I felt my heart pumping faster and I gain weight … very uncomfortable, then I stop taking any of it …. Am i alien? I’m sick keep on seeing doctor and pay for stupid unnecessary medication and consultation fee and doctors/ clinics are doing business sometime I don’t need the stupid cream I also have to pay for it. I think I’m going to die.

Any idea how to overcome all these ?

Thanks for your advise.
My obesity problem caused serious problem only for Uric Acid. Other matters (especially sleeping problem) have been occurred before I started overweight. I was size 11 last 3 years.

admin answers:

Hi – as you mention prostate, I take it that you are a guy.

ALL of your symptoms are weight related.

Consuming supplements and buying creams cannot help you in any way, until you understand this simple formulae:

*overeating + underexercising = obesity / obesity = ill health and early death*

You have sleep apnoea due to the flab at the back of your throat choking off your air supply when you try and sleep.

You cannot sleep properly because you are inactive and because your poor body is trying to digest large amounts of unhealthy food.

Your skin is swollen and boggy due to too much fat and water-retention caused by lack of exercise and too much salty processed foods. Inevitably this will lead to ulceration, or the lesions of diabetes.

ALL of the organs in your body are now coated with a thick layer of yellow glutinous fat. They cannot help but give you symptoms such as those that you describe.

Your joints are giving up because they cannot support your weight.

Your facial skin is coarse and spotty because of the lack of good healthy food and the overeating of greasy fast foods.

You need desperately to get to a Doctor (change your Doctor if you need to), and go on a healthy eating plan suitable for you.

But this cannot and will not work until you face up to the fact that the thing that you love most in the world, your food, is killing you.

Good luck for the future.

Daniel asks…

Do You Think People With Eating Disorsers (Anorexia/Bulimia) Are Selfish?

People say that people with eating disorders are just selfish and doing it to be pretty or whatever, or for attention. Well if they’re doing it for attention, why do they try SO hard to hide it so people don’t find out? And you think they’re lazy, “oh just eat healthy and exercise,” if it was that easy, don’t you think they’d do that. It’s an obsession, an addiction, a mental disease. Telling them to stop purging or to stop starving is like telling someone with depression to stop being depressed. It just annoys me how people say they’re weak and lazy and if they really cared they’d just do it the right way. How would you feel if you were bullied and people made fat jokes about you that drove you into an eating disorder. I’m 14 and I have bulimia and I cry my eyes out every night, I pull my hair out and I can’t even handle looking in mirrors anymore. A few days ago I had a small intervention and I was positive I was cured. I even went out and bought a bunch of healthy food, and that same night before I went to sleep I got all these nasty thoughts about how much better it’d be if I just starved myself. You can’t stop those thoughts… They just happen. So before you call an anorexic or bulimic selfish, actually think about what they’re going through… That’s just my opinion.

admin answers:

I’m very sorry to hear what you’re going through.
I don’t think that people with eating disorders are selfish at all. This may be because I used to suffer from bulimia when I was your age,(maybe a couple years younger) up to around the age of 17. I understand how hard it is. As I am recovered, I find it hard to even imagine how much I used to HATE myself. Every part of me I hated and I always felt like everyone else hated me too. Looking back on it, I have no idea why I even had an eating disorder. I have always been on the thinner side and always done well at school, but for some reason I just remember my whole child hood as being obsessed with weight and food.
I don’t think that people with eating disorders are selfish because I know from first hand experience how hard it is to get on with your life without thinking about food 24/7. How hard it is to look in a mirror, and just how hard it is to leave the house in fear of being judged.
Anyone who thinks people with eating disorders are selfish are just uneducated on the subject. You can’t be upset with people who think this because they simply don’t understand – and they wont understand if they haven’t experienced it.

I really hope you can find help one day and be truly happy. I am now 21 and completing my last year at university and studying my favorite subject. I don’t have to worry about food anymore and sure my life isn’t perfect and I get sad sometimes, but since I got help my life just feels, lighter. Like I’ve taken a huge weight off my shoulders and I can finally breathe. It’s hard to describe the feeling. I’m hoping you’ll experience it for yourself one day. Good luck and I genuinely hope that you get better one day – Don’t let an eating disorder control your life.
I was bullied when I was younger. The people who used to bully me aren’t HALF the person I am today. They either have no job, got hardly anything out of school or are living off of the government. Me on the other hand, I now have a great boyfriend, I am at an excellent university and will soon have a very high paid job and my eating disorder is in the past – just like yours will be one day.

James asks…

What can an inactive person do to ease his/her exercise headaches?

Okay, so, I’m 18, and for about 17 of those years I’ve been completely inactive >_> Like, typical lazy teenager kind of deal (not a chub-cake, tho. High metabolism.) Recently, I’ve decided to start exercising by starting slow with my mom’s 10 minute Pilates routine. I’m only working on my legs for now, and plan to slowly work each part of my body separately (legs, then stomach, then arms, then full body).

But anyways, that’s not the point. After only 10 minutes of working out my legs, I get a major headache on the base of my head/top of my neck, and between my eyes. Is there any way I can ease my headaches (no aspirin or Tylenol allowed in my house =/)?
Am I going too fast into these new routines? Is there an easier way to go about working out that will not result in a pounding headache that forces me to sleep?

Thanks in advance.

admin answers:

You are causing pressure to you spine. You should have x-rays taken to make sure you are not having disc issues or have something else going on with your spine. Go see a osteopath or chiropractor. They will take x-rays setup exercises to help and if needed send you to a orthopedic or neurosurgeon. Massage and chiropractic care have really made a difference in my headaches. In the mean time put heat at the base of your head; never ice and when exercise put a rolled up towel under your neck.

Best wishes.

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