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Post by Heuristicfireflower on Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:58 am

NM, came back from therapist and he showed me how to massage the joint and move the bursa fluid along to reduce the tenderness.   Also showed me how to stretch the psoas muscle in a way that didn't tweak my back.
Omegas are forever friends b4 bed to keep blood clear.  Smile

Tomi.  Right.   I think so many modern designs are detrimental to out bodies and most of us are just not aware.  Big example are car seats.  Designed for safety but, awful awful on the neck and back.
I'm realizing how detrimental sitting / working on a computer with no ergonomic thought to my body position has been.  The more most of us sit for work the more we lose connection with normal functioning of core and hip, legs.  I'm a prime example of dysfunctional, weak imbalanced muscles.  A conversation I had with therapist  discussing how our bodies adapt to what we have them do or not do.   So, the psoas muscle adapts to being shortened from long periods of sitting, which I've done the last 2 years and it eventually contributed to a strained low back.
I can see walking being greatly affected by how we recline.   I used to take long strides thinking it was more efficient, but, began to notice that most of the weight favored the outer foot, leaving the inner arch less used,  just weird adaptation in my walk.  I wasn't aware until doing more hills how inefficient my leg and foot use was and began having painful plantar issues.  A lot of research led me to zero heel shoes.  I, also love Katy Bowman talks and exercise solutions to modern posture problems.  
After busting my right ankle I focused on strengthening both feet and purposely using shorter strides (as in the above video on walking) rolling foot from outer heel to middle to front before pushing off with toes to use entire foot when walking.   I did have to retrain myself to walk.

RigD,  Exactly.  Difference in feeling the quads or butt more when walking.

Took a long walk while it rained.  Was a good test for my Eddie Bauer Rainfoil jacket.   Kept me dry, although the moisture started to build up inside after an hour.   Lower pant legs were soaked, but, I enjoyed the immunity from water puddles in my Boggs pull ons as I hoofed it around my favorite neighborhood.   Walking around in the rain makes me feel like I'm in another city -  Green, lush, clean air, shiny street suburbs, cloud breaks with orange, mauve colored edges.  It gives me a greater respite than the usual urban hikes because it looks so different.
And I, inevitably, end up dreaming of living in a different neighborhood.
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Post by Rig D on Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:13 am

Have you considered using a stand up desk? You can cobble one together easily from boxes or, like I did, a piece of unused furniture. You'd have to break it in slowly - you would find that you tire easily and need to take frequent breaks. I use mine and try to stand for 20 minutes at a time, then take a break for exercise, sitting a while, whatever.
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Post by Narrowminded on Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:52 am

I second the standing desk. I use one for my work stuff and absolutely love it. I wonder sometimes how I ever worked sitting down. Huge difference.

Your walk sounds wonderful.

Glad your therapist taught you some techinques to use on your own.
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Post by ONTARIO on Thu Jan 17, 2019 9:19 am

Do you use an ergonomically appropriate chair at work? I know that in Canada employers are forced to purchase such things if an employee asks for it. It has to do with health and wellness at work and we have legislation about that.

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Post by Heuristicfireflower on Thu Jan 24, 2019 8:31 pm

Rig, NM, yes.  An adjustable desk is a definite consideration when finances grow.  
Ontario, I work at home which probably contributed to the convenience rather than the necessary.   I don't have an ergonomic chair, but, I have a solid chair with pillows for back support,  raised the laptop off the table so not straining to look down.  This works because I use a tablet (more than a keyboard) to work on which sits in my lap.

But, the biggest positive effect is coming from the Pilates.  My instructor is a doll.  She commissioned me to do some drawings for her office several years ago.  Kind of like a "gallery" space.  They were for sale, but, I never put a info / price label on them and mostly forgot they existed.   Well,  5 years later I traded them for a block of personal training sessions with her.  This was what they were waiting for.   I'm doing a lot of breath pelvic floor work, waking up the hips and glute muscles,  some machine resistance and just 6 sessions worth have begun to make a real difference.   Low back is less grumpy and upper back is not as inflamed.   I can sit without tight pulled areas between shoulder blades or tweaked painful neck.  

Other than that, have been struggling with staying focused on task to finish my projects for a portfolio.  My situation distracts me more than I like and find I lose interest in my garden and artwork.  Feels like too much to keep up with.   I was prescribed Prozac for a year when my dad passed away.  I, often, wonder if that has something to do with the struggle to keep the motivation in place.  Some permanent altering of brain chemistry that makes me highly susceptible to even medium level (basically everyday city living) of stress.  
And then I received unsettling news.  My cousin has a new tumor near the area another was removed 6 years ago.  The Docs recommend Chemo……  I'm not sure where to begin, but, am looking up cancer reducing stories.  People have beat this without massive shots of radiation.  A lot to do……
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Post by Meant2Move on Thu Jan 24, 2019 9:10 pm

I love that you are finding a reduction in pain with the pilates. Keep it up!  

So sorry about the news of your cousin. Take care and as best you can, don't let this add to your stress load.
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Post by Heuristicfireflower on Thu Jan 24, 2019 9:15 pm

Thanks M2M,  My cousins are like sisters.   They have been in my life since as far as I can remember.  Am trying not to let it weight heavily.  Researching helps as a positive thing to do.  

Pilates is really ingraining itself into my psyche.  This movement has a glow of hope attached to it.  I look forward to every session, now.
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Post by Narrowminded on Fri Jan 25, 2019 10:07 am

HFF - I’m so sorry about your cousin. Thought and prayers coming your/her way.

Pilates sounds awesome. So happy to the good effect it’s having for you.

As to the standing desk, I started by just piling some boxes, free from deliveries so it cost nothing. I’m sure you might have something sitting around that could suffice. Even extra books etc. Think outside the box. Smile

Hang in there.
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Post by Heuristicfireflower on Sat Jan 26, 2019 1:24 am

Thanks NM.
Boxes, could maybe use on the table....
Pilates is really good for me!  I'm so glad it can be gentle and effective (is that a laxative commercial?) for my achy muscle issues.  

Healthy Food Obsession.  I prepped turkey burgers from an online recipe.    The booster was adding 1/4 cup of full fat yogurt or sour cream.  I mixed in caramelized onions and garlic in the raw meat plus Worcestershire. Those 3 ingredients made them terrifically tasty.  Cumin, paprika, Emerils Spices also made it in.  OH BOY were they juicy and you wouldn't know there was yogurt in it!  I made it again 2 days later.  
Made short rib soup - Mexican style 2 days ago.  I think Mexican just means adding corn on the cob.  I let is simmer too long and got soggy veggies.   The soup became a sort of thick stock, too.  Not too appealing,  but, flavor was awesome.  Mom and I ate over 2-3 days.   Today, made it again and watched the vegs this time.   Just good comfort winter meals.  

Tomorrow will be terrific lunch with avocados and green onion.
Also, beginning of this week made some simple tuna and mayo with celery, onions,  Trader Joe's pickle relish added tomatoes and cilantro.  A childhood and current favorite.  I consider this comfort food.  Something about tuna on toasty crunchy edged bread is so deeply satisfying.   I used BFree gluten free bread.  No wheat.  Sides are kosher pickle and black olives.   The bad - Tostitos Salsa Verde Chips - which likely has wheat, soy and other crap.  I know processed is not healthy, but, some days I want easy tasty.  Emotional eating, but contained to the one item.   Well, they're finally gone and once the tiny Aris  rich rich sheep's milk apricot yogurt is gone, I will  detox and clean eat for a long while…..  I'm going to see what no grain and dairy feels like, again.  

I thought to tell my cousin that I will be her bud on a health building clean diet with juicing if she chooses to do one.  My big concern is the weight loss.  She is at about 123lbs and closet 5'7.   Always had a fast metabolism.  Never gained more than 7 lbs in her life.   It just sucks and I think of the conventional doctors dismissing nutrition as any use.  They told her to eat anything she wants……….  No indication that sugar feeds cancer or that processed food is loaded with chemicals.   No talk of reducing the crap food load so the body can focus on healing the cancer.  My relatives hang on every word of their doctor so if her Med team think there is little to be done except chemo,  they accept that.  They won't research beyond allopathic sites.  Sigh.  
Will investigate plant protein for high calorie shakes.
One day at a time…..
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Post by Pedidoc on Sat Jan 26, 2019 9:18 am

Mexican to me means some type of spicy pepper, garlic, onion, and either cilantro or cumin.
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Post by Heuristicfireflower on Sun Jan 27, 2019 4:11 am

Well, mostly yes.  Only time I've seen cob in soup is in "cosido de res".  
The spicy goes on afterwards and sometimes torn tortilla in the soup.  Unfortunately, I can't handle spicy chile anymore with sensitive gut. Used to have cast iron stomach in younger days.  If I knew then what I know now....  Or, actually if the information was as readily available back then as it is now that would probably have made a big difference in health issues for sure.

I've received a denial for gastro specialist because apparently I didn't bleed enough and 8 weeks of pain under the Doctors protocol is not significant to MediCal.  The condition had calmed down and I was okay since November, but, as expected something triggers the irritation and then swelling, then blood in the toilet.  

Am reducing to cooked soft veggies and broth once more.  The less digestion goes on the quicker the problem subsides.  Less to bother it.  I abhor this for profit "health care" system.  Absolutely abhor this entire corrupt corporate minded "public service" system that holds us captive here in Los Angeles.  Will write a letter to whoever the hell decides other people's quality of life under this plan.  Time for sleep. Maybe the 1st time in years I go to bed before 2am.


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Post by AutumnTiger on Sun Jan 27, 2019 4:31 am

So sorry to hear about your cousin, HFF. It is so frustrating to know that our loved ones are not getting the best advice available. Word is starting to get out here about the sugar-cancer connection, but not enough to stop the national advertising campaign for cancer charity fundraising being a coffee morning, in which no coffee is featured only various cakes at various stages of baking!

I am reading of your desk/neck/back issues and solutions with much interest. When I went home based I started suffering with my neck and back in a way I did not in the office. I have relieved some of the symptoms by bringing home my office chair and getting myself a memory foam pillow. I would love to investigate the standing desk option, but it isn't quite practical at the moment, and as RigD mentioned, I would need to break in gently and do not have the space for a two workstation solution. I'm actually applying for a new, non-desk, job anyway!
However, I am very interested in all these gentle stretching exercises like Yoga and Pilates.
I would be grateful for any tips you could share.

Hope you got to sleep "early" and got some good rest.
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Post by Heuristicfireflower on Sun Jan 27, 2019 5:29 am

Thanks AT,

I am sad that valuable info on nutrition and detoxing with clean eats is muddled by conventional allopathic resources.  Even, now, I'm looking into structuring a routine for myself for unloading toxins and giving body goodies to heal the chronic issues and put me in a better state as cancer has appeared in several other family member, including my dad.  

You know, posture awareness and breaks are becoming quite important in my rehab.  I work /study digitally and when I get a full time job the computer will, basically, become a part of my anatomy.  

Pilates is awesome and my instructor knows her stuff.  I need to stabilize my sacrum and spine and the key for me is strengthening all the back muscles esp. the butt.  
The exercises are mostly body weight and deceptively simple. Holding torso straight,  synchronizing breath with pelvic floor contractions and raising a leg and arm is a lesson in coordination and I realize an excellent way to drive all other worries out of mind.  :]

Today's Pilates session was great.  My instructor is so good with addressing all (which means the entire body) the weak points.  In particular the stuff under and between the shoulder blades and the low back.  One therapist had explained how the subcapularis, infraspinatus become tight and restricted from bent over posture eventually creating weakness and my arm and shoulder issues along with the irregular twitching of my left index finger.  Along these lines my Pilates instructor is showing me exercises that externally rotate the shoulders, drop the blades down and in.  Seems to release the tense bunching of the traps between the scaps and I can feel the stretch in the arm and shoulder where it meets the pecs.  Good stuff.  I've slept on my right side on the shoulder twice, now, and have woken up with no tightness and no stiff, painful difficulty moving the shoulder right after I get up!  7 years plus I couldn't do this. Could only sleep on my back.
Lots of leg and hip work.  Very gentle, yet, it sores out my leg joints at the hip almost immediately.  Always too painful to lie on my side because of tender hip leg/ bone, using a small puffy wedge I'm able to do side leg work.  Doing a little at a time at home as well and really do look forward to gaining strength and stability.
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Post by Narrowminded on Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:01 am

Sounds like your Pilates work is really paying off. I’m so happy for you. It’s been a very long road.
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Post by AutumnTiger on Sun Jan 27, 2019 1:02 pm

Thanks for the details, HFF. I need to look into Pilates. The shoulder issue you describe resonates with me. It is my mouse hand, and I am aware that me desk is probably an inch, maybe less, too high, and I have just made the connection between that and my shoulder.
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Post by Lovebird on Fri Feb 08, 2019 3:11 am

HFF wrote:Pilates is awesome and my instructor knows her stuff.  I need to stabilize my sacrum and spine and the key for me is strengthening all the back muscles esp. the butt.  
The exercises are mostly body weight and deceptively simple. Holding torso straight,  synchronizing breath with pelvic floor contractions and raising a leg and arm is a lesson in coordination and I realize an excellent way to drive all other worries out of mind.  :]

I do think that's the greatest power of Pilates (as well as Callanetics (remember that one?))... just because you're not lifting heavy weights doesn't mean that your body isn't responding to whatever you're doing and small changes can have great impact (good or bad), so a good teacher is really where it's at. Plus it's nice to get in a workout without ending up all sweaty... Very Happy

And yes, it's a great way of focussing on one thing at a time and forget about the rest, for the time being..
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Post by ShelleyM on Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:28 pm

"Small changes can make great impact," is applicable in all areas of life and living. It would be a good thing for me to remember. I start everything out to conquer the world, only to burn out and quit.
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Post by Heuristicfireflower on Fri Feb 22, 2019 4:09 pm

Indeed.  Those small changes, fortunately, add up.  Lately, I'm quite the opposite.  Tentative steps till I get my footing.

So, today got up at the crack of dawn, even before the birdies were up chatting, to drag my old twin mattress out to the alley.  I had used the city app for bulky item pickup.  Their window 6am - 6pm.  In the dark hours before dawn I was slashing both sides of the mattress to make it unusable.

Since my block has a meth drug distribution camp 500 feet from our homes, I took it out in the morning to prevent it being dragged away and used or worse just left on another part of the street.  I thought to watch over it until sanitation arrived,  hopefully early, and spent a couple hours from 6am attending to the garden which I haven't done since last year.  The trash truck came at 7:30am, did their rounds came back and they stopped for a few minutes across my property.  One of the workers got out and I caught him looking over the alley door at me….

Some 20 minutes after they left I got a notification that my bulky item request was closed.  I went to see and yep it was gone.  It occurred to me that the worker was probably wondering why the hell the mattress was so tore up!  Haha,  crazy lady had a conniption.  But, seriously, now it's become defensive thinking in how we do things in my neighborhood.  Believe me it is taking a toll to feel fear every time we step out of the house.  I always check both sides before stepping into the alley.  The closest set of houses (4 ) to this cesspool, are inhabited by widows all retired.  My mom in the middle.  

This camp is no joke.  We have really bad people in there.  Meth and heroin users, aggressive and entitled which makes them confrontational and violent.  Some will not hesitate to intimidate the women on our street.  My neighborhood is besieged with this shit drug culture which threatens to overflow onto our block from the freeway underpass everyday   Dealers live in their cars and sell, asshole in loud souped up japanese car refills the loser distributors under the bridge twice a day.  We want them out, but, City Hall will not challenge the stupid unfair judgments that protect them.  Los Angeles bastard councilmen continue to settle at our expense.  

There is more to this story - An incident occurred a day ago that finally sealed the idea that we are on limited time before that camp explodes.  I plan to move, but, that being the biggest undertaking of my life, I have to plan because I have an 89 year old in tow.

On lighter note, I made some awesome Bacon Potato Salad:


This is so incredibly tasty.  Apparently Whole 30 compliant, they accept potatoes!   I'm Whole Everything atm so doesn't matter, really if it's W30.  Onto the task of building portfolio and financial means to get out of here.


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Post by Narrowminded on Fri Feb 22, 2019 5:58 pm

So sorry you have to actually slash a mattress to bits and pieces these days. Glad they took it though.

I’d get you place up for sale as soon as you reasonably can, and get as far away as possible. Not easy said as done.

You are in my thoughts.

Great job on the W everything.
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Post by Pedidoc on Fri Feb 22, 2019 9:49 pm

Hoping everything works out well for you and mom.
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Post by ShelleyM on Sat Feb 23, 2019 11:59 am

What a mess. I feel for you. Praying for the safety of you and your mom, and that you can get out of there soon.
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Post by AutumnTiger on Sun Feb 24, 2019 1:41 pm

So wish there was some practical help I could give to helping your home situation. I can't begin to imagine what it is like to live with fear of going out like that. I hope you find the strength and the solution to get moved to a safer location.
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Post by Lovebird on Sun Mar 17, 2019 3:52 am

HFF wrote:On lighter note, I made some awesome Bacon Potato Salad:


This is so incredibly tasty.  Apparently Whole 30 compliant, they accept potatoes!   I'm Whole Everything atm so doesn't matter, really if it's W30.

Whole Everything... as long as it won't set you back too much, that's okay... sometimes it's inevitable... especially when dealing with so much stress... just don't stray too far.. or at least add various good foods like broth to that mix to make up for your less healthy choices.  Wink

HFF wrote:Onto the task of building portfolio and financial means to get out of here.

Fingers crossed for a good outcome, dear HeuristicFireFlower. {{{hugs}}}
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Post by Lovebird on Thu Apr 18, 2019 8:29 am

Miss you girl. Hope everything's okay.
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Post by Narrowminded on Mon Jul 08, 2019 8:12 am

Long time, no see. Hope all is well in your world and you’re finding a way to find a good place to move to.
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