Poll

Athletic,healty diet,no smoking,good air or not ?

Healthy way of living(Frequent exercise,good diet,fruit + vegs.,good air,no smoking)
5 (31.3%)
Average way of living(Mild excercise,moderate diet,no smoker)
8 (50%)
Average way of living(Mild excercise,moderate diet,smoker,alcohol)
2 (12.5%)
Bad way of living(Smoker,junk food,drugs etc.)
1 (6.3%)

Total Members Voted: 16

Author Topic: How would you describe your way of living as kids and teenagers ? (Health)  (Read 2662 times)

Chris

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If these options arent satisfactory for you,you can write down your own if you want! :)

Vincent M

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  • Physical overshadows cognitive symptoms. 10yrs.
The only thing I did that wasn't healthy was play videogames and watch tv for many hours each day for my entire life up until I got pois.
Taking ginger tea, no wheat, fenugreek+green tea/garlic, saw palmetto, niacin, boswellia, huperzine, B complex and nutmeg. See my treatment summary post for more info: http://poiscenter.com/forums/index.php?topic=81.msg3513#msg3513

edhawk10

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The only thing I did that wasn't healthy was play videogames and watch tv for many hours each day for my entire life up until I got pois.

I played sports at least once a week, had a pretty active job as well. Always thought that maybe i wasn't eating enough(have always been skinny).

I tried to remember what i did just before POIS and i do remember playing video games quite a bit, watching tv as well. Went to dentist for tooth pain(ended up on some antibotic). I had some stress during that time as well(but have for most of my life so nothing new). POIS definitely started shortly after.

BTW, could video games cause any permanent damage? I remember getting headaches frequently and really not wanting to stare at screens few months after that(and still minimize that today). Because of those i went and had a CT scan and they didn't find anything wrong. They said probably tension related.





Chris

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I played videogames a lot to!Thats something we have in common..The headaches are natural,they are caused by the screen..I dont think it can damage you anywhere else besides being in a chair for too many hours and being inactive..
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