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    What do you actually eat in a day Bec?

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    I apologise if someone has already said this, but it usually takes two weeks to adjust to a new sleeping cycle. That's what I found when I started a new job that required me to wake up early awhile ago.

    it also wouldn't hurt to get your iron etc. checked

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    What do you actually eat in a day Bec?
    Not alot. Today i had a be natural muslie bar and my salad sandwich for lunch and tonight as its the day before payday i had a glass of milo for dinner(well half as out of milk now) as we have run out of food that i can cook.

    Do i need to organise a doctors appointment to get my iron levels checked?

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    there's ya issue Bec your not putting enough good food into your body hensr being tired early. if you have a big healthy lunchthat will give you energy til night

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    Yep, I'd say diet is a big issue here.

    Have breakfast, aim for protein and wholegrains and greens... and plenty of water, and you'll probably notice a huge difference!

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    and go to doctor and they give you a referral to the pathologist

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    How are you feeling? Any better?


 

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