guvna2004 Posted February 7, 2005 Report Share Posted February 7, 2005 This might get a bit long and boaring and if you dont want to read it then feel free to go elswere, To those that are intrested thank you for your time. On tuesday i started a job at the biggest saturated fat consumer in history "MCDONALDS". The job is fairly light work but with 9 hour shifts and can get tiersome, maybee someone on here also works there, anyway, when i got to work im fine, apart from the everyday pots symptoms. Whilst in work i have to enter the COLD ROOM, bascilly a giant freezer, to collect fries and burgers, when i enter the freezer my HR instantly drops and goes slow and then i get all the pots symptoms for a few seconds, skipping beats, ect . ect. Once i get out into the store again im ok, apart from when im tiered. Thats one W. W.2:Do pots symptoms get worse in the winter? because latley ive noticed my BP goes sky high then low. Just the other day i was standing at work , had about 6 hours sleep if no less, and i went dizzy, my eyes were fine, and my head but my body felt dizzy, if you understand, i have no pain or anythink whislt this was happening, apart from anxiety effects afterwards, becasuse in the 2 Years ive never had that. I also get pains in my chest, for a few seconds, and can last 10 mins or so, but they come and go daily , and have done for years. Ive also had sharp pains in my lower stomach / Intestines, that shoots upwards and sort of shocks me for a second, then goes. I seem to get more and more symptoms and it gets me depressed and angry. Id like to here what weird and disterbing things happen to you people? do the symptoms scare you? or have they? Also Water? i drink not alot of it, should i? Also what foods can make me feel better?Tuna? Sea Salt? and how much salt should i use, caue ive herd people mention salt loading? and is that dangerous?Thanks, any advice apreciated.James x Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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