In the last couple of years I’ve been exploring and learning more about myself – what “makes me tick” or, rather, what makes me unique (as we all are). If you look on this site’s home page, you’ll see a number of these things. Right now it reads… Mildly bipolar, an ambivert, aphantasmic and a […]
Now in my late 40’s, I’ve been lucky in that my age hasn’t really had a great effect on me. My eyesight has changed and my hair has got greyer, but these are all the norms. Ok, hangovers are pretty much more intense now but, yeah, my bladder remains normal and my bones are no less creaky than they ever were, so I consider myself lucky.
But there is one change, I’d say that’s occurred over the last 10 years, that’s particularly odd – my sensitivity to weather.
Why would anybody want to buy branded paracetamol when you can it buy them from Home Bargain for 16p?
The British Dietetic Association says the whole idea of detoxing is nonsense.
For the last few years I occasionally suffer from something called “sensory overload”. Symptoms in those that experience it vary. In my case, sometimes, when I get to much sensory information coming in (lots of movement, lots of sounds) it causes me to be agitated and feel sick.